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One of the Ten Commandments instructs against humans making for ourselves "graven images." These are also referred to as idols.  On the surface, it would seem that this particular commandment might bespeak a jealous God, too petty to share His glory with any other "god."  Many Christians have interpreted it this way for centuries now.  But what if, like most Bible passages, this holds a deeper meaning?


What if by giving this commandment, God was actually saying, "How can you carve an image of me when no one has seen or understands ALL of me?" You see, when we make an image of something, we tend not only to cling to that image, but also to begin to think every OTHER image is wrong.  None of us have God all figured out.  Don't dare think you can figure Him out.  That, in my opinion, is the deeper reason for this commandment.


If we're full of what we've heard (or, in this case, of what we've "seen"), we are unable to hear or "see" anew.  In order to see the fullness of God, we must empty ourselves of our preconceptions and surrender to the "I Don't Know" of God.


The Kingdom of God is already here.  It is within us.  WE are God's image.
Quote of the Week

"If we want to grow the Kingdom in us, everything that's not righteousness, joy and peace has to go.  We have to make room for it."
- D.E. Paulk

Until next week, remember... Truth is a Journey - Not a Destination!
D.E. Paulk
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