“Oh, I know who you are. I’ve seen you…”
Scary words. When did they see me? What was I doing? Picking my nose? Scratching some unsavory body part clandestinely? Wearing old clothes—undoubtedly that. Or was it even more sinister?
Was I wearing a grumpy frowny face instead of a smile? Was my attitude or expression akin to the signs some folks post on their gates: “Beware! It Bites!”
Was I slumped over with worry and distress resembling depictions of Atlas condemned to hold up the heavens and the sky—an unacceptable posture for a Christian who is to cast all their care upon God.
Was I being kind? Or unkind? Loving or spiteful? Helpful or impatient?
A smile is such an easy and essential fixture to install—but did I forget and leave my smile at home. “I’ve seen you…”
What did they see?
“Keep yourselves in the love of God.” Jude 21
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2 thoughts on “Scary Words”
Haha, yes indeed. Those unanticipated moments when someone catches you unawares. Well, Steph, however you were seen, we all know what a glowing soul you are and that will always be evident. I hope you’re okay, my friend. Give Savannah a hug for me!
Thanks, Val, O Shining One! Savannah says “thank you” for the hug. She can’t get enough of them! So glad you made your destination safely.