Yesterday during a weekly prayer session with my friend Lynette, it happened. One of my favorite nuggets of grace…when God allows His Word to come alive and the words jump out from the page, piercing into your soul, written just for you.
Three words from the scripture below… “with unveiled face.”
But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord.
2 Corinthians 3:18
Like a bride being presented to her groom, lifting the veil to see him fully in all his glory…and to freely be seen by her beloved. So many things veil our eyes from seeing God’s glory. I don’t want to be distracted with the noise of the world, the discouragement of the enemy, the comparison trap, the size of the mountain in front of us.
I want to reflect His glory, to enter into the mission field of grieving souls with a blend of meekness and boldness, covered always in love. To be so hidden in Him, so focused on the vision He has given me, that I am unmoved by what occurs in the world around me. One goal matters, to serve as the hands and feet of Jesus. To keep building this wall…in homage to Nehemiah.
I want to behold the glory of my God…with unveiled face. To abide in the shelter of His wings…to bathe in His love…to feel the depth of His grace. To be lifted in the humbling, quieted in the laying down, filled in the pouring out, renewed in the worship.
With unveiled face. With hair blowing in the wind abandon. Because I am His.