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Mirror, Mirror pt 2 – those darned reflecting windows, and the end goal of God’s mirror

In Treasures in Dark Places by Leanna1 Comment

During the Roman and early Christian era, glass had been invented and was used extensively for drinking vessels. However the primitive craft of glass making yielded a product that was minimally useful for windows. Impurities allowed for the transmission of light but blurred the image. There was no concept of glass being used for a mirror as we have today. …

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Mirror, Mirror, Part 1

In Treasures in Dark Places by Leanna1 Comment

As the story goes, the queen wanted above all else to make sure that her own face reflected in the mirror was the fairest of all. We know who is truly the fairest of them all: Jesus Christ. Sometimes we “see a dim reflection as in a mirror” (1 Co 13:12). Other times we “behold as in a mirror the …

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The Greatest Act

In Treasures in Dark Places by Leanna2 Comments

The greatest act a human being can carry out in this life isn’t what we often think. Climbing Mt. Everest isn’t the greatest act. Winning gold in the Olympics doesn’t make the grade. Attaining great wealth or becoming a celebrity does not qualify one for true greatness. Many years ago the Lord told me what the “greatest act” is. He …