Thursday, September 27, 2012
Tonight the topic of mirrors came up in a group discussion ... as we talked about peace and what it looked like to us (the portrait, the smell, the sensory clues that communicate "peace"), we talked about those glimpses being mirrors that God gives us to help us picture His design. We see through a glass darkly ... knowing in part. These mirrors give us hope.
My mirror is broken ... but there is beauty in the brokenness. There is an artful array to the tears and tragedies of life. It's unique. But it can still reflect the moments of peace and creativity that I crave. And in some ways, I love knowing that it's completely mine!
I know I won't do justice to the topic that worked its way into my heart tonight until I spend some time digging into my favorite thing ... WORDS (and by that, I mean the nerdy original language stuff). But I just noticed on Facebook that someone else already blogged and gave the definition of the word "peace" that was discussed. But in the meantime? Here's a Bible verse for the photo ... it's my riddle, my enigma, my beautiful puzzle!
1 Corinthians 13:12
Amplified Bible (AMP)
For now we are looking in a mirror that gives only a dim (blurred) reflection [of reality as in a riddle or enigma], but then [when perfection comes] we shall see in reality and face to face! Now I know in part (imperfectly), but then I shall know and understand fully and clearly, even in the same manner as I have been fully and clearly known and understood [by God].
Friday, September 14, 2012
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