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Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition ~ Choose One

Weekly Challenge ~ Juxtaposition

These two buildings are in juxtaposition across from each other in downtown Denver.  I stood between them to capture this photo.

By showing just its reflection, the lovely old tower looks like it is now a part of the new building.  Like they are one.

Throughout life, two options are continually in juxtaposition before us, and we must choose.

The Bible says that we must choose either life or death.  Following God’s ways leads to life, whereas rejecting Him brings death by eternal separation.  It is only by accepting the way back to God, that Christ offers, that we align ourselves with life.  We then become one with Him.

Choose this day whom you will serve.
Joshua 24:15

Sue Nash/2014

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Window ~ Reflection

Taken in downtown Denver, Colorado

Taken in downtown Denver, Colorado ~ click on photo to enlarge

Sometimes all we see in a window is a reflection of what is going on around.

Likewise, sometimes all others see in us is a reflection of what is going on around. The status quo.

There is a more excellent way to live.  

“Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.
Matthew 5:16

Sue Nash/2014

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Weekly Photo Challenge: The Hue of You ~ Covered

Cross necklace given to me by a friend

Cross necklace given to me by a friend

The challenge this week is to “share a photograph with a prominent color (or assortment of colors) that reveals more about you.”

Red describes me perfectly.  My sins are covered by the shed blood of Jesus Christ. 

“Blessed are those whose iniquities are forgiven, and whose sins are covered.”
Romans 4:7
KJV

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves ~ Making the Most of Them

To most, a flower trellis; to some, a weaving loom

To most, a flower trellis; to some, a weaving loom

What a perfect place for a spider web.  As my Mandevilla vines creep up the trellis toward the curvatures on top, the insects it attracts are ready prey the spider’s silky trap.  Visitors will come seeking nectar, but instead find a curve they did not expect.

Life has a way of throwing us curves.  Those unanticipated troubles that pop up, catching us off guard.  When they occur, we can try to muddle through on our own.  This method works no better than an insect trying to free itself from a spider’s web, though, for inevitably life throws us one of those enormous curves – the kind that seem impossible to bear, and cause even the strongest to crumble.

It is only with God’s help that life’s twists and turns are best handled.  He not only helps us endure hardships, but also teaches us how to thrive.  God can turn our problems into avenues of blessing.  He can spin every one around for good, and teach us how to make the most of life’s curves.

All things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose
Romans 8:28

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Sue Nash/2013