Pictures for Pondering

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From Al McCarn, the Barking Fox.

It has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. These are inexpressibly so.

 

Pictures for Pondering II

Connecting the dots in Scripture can be lots of fun – and challenging. The fun part is the “Aha!” moment when something finally makes sense. The challenging part is when that “Aha!” moment presents a different picture from what we have learned all our lives. Do we take that new revelation and run with it, knowing it can make waves, or do we set it aside and hope that it never comes up again?

This second offering of Pictures for Pondering may be a challenge. As with the first edition, posted last spring, these are images from Bible passages prepared originally for posting on YouVersion (the Bible App). The first edition presented some interesting perspectives on the Kingdom of Heaven, Law and Grace, and prophecy, but also some whimsical illustrations. This time there is an attempt at a unifying theme. Part of the challenge is identifying that theme. The other part is investigating it from Scripture to see if it is so.

Good hunting!

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bfb160928b-james-1_1
bfb160928c-acts-15_13-17

bfb160928d-i-peter-2_9-10

bfb160928e-i-peter-2_25

bfb160928f-i-corinthians-15_54-55

bfb160928g-romans-9_22-26

bfb160928h-jeremiah-31_15

bfb160928i-micah-5_2-4

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© Albert J. McCarn and The Barking Fox Blog, 2016.  Permission to use and/or duplicate original material on The Barking Fox Blog is granted, provided that full and clear credit is given to Albert J. McCarn and The Barking Fox Blog with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

 

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