What do you see?

This is a wonderful interpretation of Mr. Jack Lewis’s quote at the head of the post.

An invitation to recall the days of youth, to wonder at the divine complexity of life, and how the Creator has given us eyes to see His handiwork, and ears to hear the song of life written by Him.

If you have never read cookiecrumbs, avail yourself of some really good stuff.

(found the button julie, looks like it was moved 😉

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I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen:
not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.

C. S. Lewis

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(a camouflaged praying mantis on the rubber plant / Julie Cook / 2015)

Marginalized,
lambasted,
ridiculed,
disrespected,
and ignored.

Considered. . .
foolish,
out of touch,
ignorant,
and old fashioned.

Silenced and hushed.
Mocked and scorned.
Altered and changed.
Disproven. . .or so they say. . .

I am supposedly alone in my thinking,
cast aside as one who is mad for believing.
I am told that I cannot believe nor proclaim.
There is no room for such nonsense in our culture.
It has now been cut from every corner of what ever was.
Never mind that our laws and our very government is rooted in Its Word.
The spoken Word of Law and Order
Of right and wrong. . .

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One Response to What do you see?

  1. Perfect reblog, thank you for sharing that link, I enjoyed it.

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