by Marcie Bridges, @Marcie_Bridges
JUST A GLIMPSE
Just a glimpse of Your grace
through curtained space
beautiful reflections of Your face.
Watching sunset and moon play
to Your symphony of praise
as You conduct sweet harmonies.
A palate of colors only You can create
dancing, singing, uplifting my faith.
Just a glimpse of Your glory
I can only imagine the story
one day it will no longer be told
as we walk the streets of gold.
Then Your face we will see
bowing in reverence for eternity
faith will be made sight
as the curtain falls
Your glorious light.
~Marcell Warner Bridges
©13 March 2016, All Rights Reserved.
Among the five senses, sight is often the one that people value the
most. I created the world gloriously beautiful, and I want you to
appreciate beauty when you see it. However, more beneficial than sight
is hope, which is itself a kind of vision. It enables you to see—through
the eyes of your heart—things that are not yet. The most stunning
example of this is the hope of heaven. Your ultimate destiny is to share
in My Glory! This is My promise to you, secured through My finished
work on the cross and My resurrection.
Practice hoping for things
you do not see—both for this life and the next. Ask Me to guide you into
hopes and dreams that are in line with My will. Train the eyes of your
heart to “see” these blessings, while praying for My will to be done
fully and only. Discipline yourself to wait eagerly—with your focus on
Me and the longed-for outcome. Remain hopeful and expectant as you wait
with perseverance.” (Sarah Young, Jesus Today – bold accent mine for emphasis)¹
For now, I “walk by faith, not by sight” ², keeping my eyes focused on Him with a hope and expectation of seeing Him one day soon.
²2Corinthians 5:7 “For we walk by faith, not by sight.”
I needed this today! Thank you, Marcie!
Awww sweet Norma so glad this ministered to you. 🙂
Such beautiful imagery! I love how you reminded us that God will give us glimpses of His glory if we will only open our eyes to see. Thank you sweet Marcie.
He really does and I'm so grateful because it certainly makes life worth living doesn't it? Love you Nan 🙂