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Through The Looking Glass

Before Dr. Giddy appears before a group he always spends time in front of an old-fashioned looking-glass.  It’s nothing fancy, or ornate.  But, if he is to get his character just right a mirror is a necessity, not an optional accessory.  As he sits before it and looks at what it holds he is changed – transformed even.

Dr. Giddy does not always like what he sees when he first sits before the looking-glass.  There may be a frown where a smile should be.  There may be dull, tired eyes where light and sparkles should be.  Darkness and division may cover his head when he should be crowned with vibrant colors.  As he peers into the looking-glass he becomes a new creature.

It has been said the Bible is:  the traveler’s map, the pilgrim’s staff, the pilot’s compass, the soldier’s sword, and the Christian’s charter…  and now, the clown’s Looking Glass.

Before he faces the world each day he needs to spend time in front of the old-fashioned Looking Glass.  Nothing fancy – the cover is faded, curled at the corners, and the binding is coming loose.  But, if he is to get his character right the Looking Glass is a necessity, not an optional accessory.  As he sits before it and looks at what it holds he is changed – transformed even.  Before long, frowns are replaced with smiles, a gleam enters his eyes, his thoughts are crowned and protected with salvation.  As he peers through the Looking Glass he becomes a new creature!

On this page Dr. Giddy will post recent readings from his Looking Glass.  They will be here solely for your reference, he won’t be commenting on them – because it isn’t Dr. Giddy’s face you need to see when you peer –

Through The Looking Glass…
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December 2012     November 2012     October 2012     September 2012     August 2012     July 2012

June 2012     May 2012     April 2012     March 2012     February 2012     January 2012

Job (Click to read): My short review of Job.     Acts (Click to read): My short review of Acts.

November/December 2011 (click to read): Daily Reading List

 

One response to “Through The Looking Glass

  1. Lonnie McCalip

    November 16, 2011 at 12:29 am

    Great analogy, so timely and true!!

     

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