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Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense (iPhoneography)

Tulip in the Future Tense

Tulip in the Future Tense

We imagine how this tulip will appear tomorrow. And yet we appreciate it’s beauty today. We live midst the tension of the “already and not yet”. This is especially true during the Lenten Season as we look forward to Easter. This reminds us to be patient with our own shortcomings. We live in hope, believing in the “not yet”.

Posted by opreach on March 23, 2013
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  1. 03/25/2013

    I greatly appreciate your reminder, “This reminds us to be patient with our own shortcomings.” Grace is a constant need and God is consistent in providing it.

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    • 03/25/2013

      Thank you, John. I think we are often hardest on ourselves.

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