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Rose Colored Glasses

Perhaps you've seen this video. William, now turning 66 years old, has a condition of color blindness. There are many types of color blindness which distort the colors of the world around them. In the description of this video, they describe his colorblindness as causing him to only see in black and white. Well, for his birthday present, family members chipped in and purchased him a special pair of sunglasses. A quick search showed these glasses could be around 500 beans! These glasses are called Enchroma glasses. They somehow adjust the light entering his eyes. So when William wears the glasses, his eyes can somehow perceive the adjusted light and this enables him to see colors. This video is the moment where he received those glasses an he was able to see colors in the world for the first time. Feel free to check out that video now. It's fine, I'll wait. I'll be right here when you return.
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The Lord Reigns Over The Waters

I was able to participate in my church's summer series. We are working our way through a series entitled, Psalms: Prayers of Faith and Hope. Over the course of the summer, a variety of ten Psalms were chosen to serve as a basis for working through the major themes and structure of the entire book. I was asked to preach from Psalm 93.
This is really the first time I have prepared a sermon from a Psalm that wasn't for a funeral message. It was a great experience for me. The theme was one I have tried to preach before because of preaching from other places in the Bible. Even though I had seen this message in other places of scripture, this Psalm gave me the opportunity to use my pastoral experience to preach it in a new way. I found this was deeply profound and enlightening as I prepared to bring this message to my church family. I pray that the theme of God as King continues to be aware of as I read the Bible.

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