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Flash Fun Q: Who was the tax collector in Jericho that climbed up a tree to see Jesus?
 
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Vol. 30 | 7-20-16

It became clear to me this week what a difference polarized sunglasses can make. I read this article to learn how they work, but some of it is beyond my understanding.

The Bible has a similar effect in my life. I see things better when I engage in regular reading, even though I don't have full comprehension.

I may not be able to elucidate how, but like polarized shades I just know God's Word helps my vision. Give it a try and "see" if it helps.

The good news is faith doesn't require any kind of glasses. (Hebrews 11:1)


I can see clearly now...
Drew

 
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Flash Fun A:  Zacchaeus (Luke 19:1-10)

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TTFG: White Rock Lake (7-18-16)
TTFG Spot of the Week
White Rock Lake
It's amazing to me what you can see in water with polarized sunglasses. I also get amazed by clarity of vision when I spend time with God.  (What is TTFG?)
Hillsong United - "Oceans" (Live at RELEVANT)
"Oceans"
Hillsong United
Speaking of water, I thought I'd include a live, acoustic version of this Hillside United song inspired by the story of Peter walking on water.
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