Faith and Photography

RE Verse reading: Mark 14:10-11, 17-21, 41-50 (day five)
Learned a new word this week. Bokeh (pronounced Bō kuh) is the ability to keep one part of a picture in focus while the other remains blurry. Ever seen a picture where the foreground is blurry and the background is in focus? The trick is to focus on a particular object in the background. Jesus had an amazing capacity to do this between present circumstances and the eternal perspective. His focus was on the eternal perspective from the beginning of His ministry (Mark 1:38- “Let us go somewhere else… so I can preach there also. That is why I have come.”) to the end (Mark 14:49- “But the Scriptures must be fulfilled.”) Even the Hebrews writer references this ability (Hebrews 12:2- For the joy set before him he endured the cross). I will pray, asking God to help me have this kind of vision. I will read the scriptures believing they will shape my ability to clearly see the eternal.

Author: Scott Lane

Scott Lane is the Executive Pastor of Ministry at FBCSA.

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