So the sketchy story is this, for a limited engagement, I worked with the design team on a Christian Paper Crafting site. I learned so much there about paper crafting and about Christ in our daily lives. Although that site is no longer available, I am honored to remain in touch with some pretty special ladies from across the nation and even around the world because of that time in my life. (But that is another story)
So, regain focus, One of the cool people I met there was Gloria. Many of you may already be familiar with her. She is an artist in the paper world. She was responsible for the sketch added to my paper crafting. Not much of a fan, I followed along with her encouragement, and now am a BIG fan of sketch inspiration. Just can't get enough of that talent!! Thanks Gloria for the introduction. (Now to find the scrap/paper/scissors table again!)
Well, now the paper following said, I wanted to share a picture that touches my heart. The man in the wheelchair is stooped, bent, weary from physical wear on his earthly body. He, however is a pillar of faithfulness to our Lord. He knows and loves Jesus. In his physical condition, George is not able to lift his head to look at the sky. But in his spirit, he never takes his eyes off Jesus. The young man, squatted beside him is my 15 year old son. The picture speaks for itself.
John 8:12, Jesus reminds us the HE is the light of the world, and when we choose to follow Him, we will never walk in darkness.