Only a Full View Will Do
But we all, with open face beholding as in a glass the glory of the Lord, are changed into the same image from glory to glory, even as by the Spirit of the Lord [2Cor. 3:18].
I wish I had spent more time looking in the "mirror," beholding Him more. In the Word of God we see the unveiled Christ. Oh, how wonderful He is!
Dr. H. A. Ironside told the story about an old Scot who lay suffering and, actually, dying. The physician told him he didn’t have very long to live. A friend came to spend a little time with him and said to him, "They tell me you’ll not be with us long." That’s a nice thing to say to a man who is dying. Then he continued, "I hope you get a wee glimpse of the Savior’s blessed face as you are going through the valley of the shadow."
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