This week we turn to the Second book of Chronicles to read of an event that reminds of the danger of drifting away from the practice of worshiping the living God. We can become focused on so many things that may seem important for the moment. But, if we were to prayerfully consider where we are investing our passions, we might discover that we are pursuing temporal things. Things that won’t matter 20,50 or 100 years from now. We were created for the eternal things of the Kingdom of God. Worshiping the God of Heaven, tunes our hearts to the truly important things of life. Focusing on the presence and power of God brings peace to the human soul.