Allegories

The Mirror

“Languishing” lived up to her name all of her life until the day she saw herself in the mirror that “Purpose” and “Inspiration” gave her. It was a surprise birthday gift.

“Languishing” had her own mirror before receiving this one, but the mirror she owned was a distorted one. Because it didn’t reflect an accurate image, she could not see herself as she really was.

When she looked in the new mirror, she gasped and recognized the change that had to be made. “Put on the whole mind of Christ, not a partial one,” the mirror spoke. “Take every thought into captivity, not just some. Wake up! You have a new name to put on- the name of ‘Spirited.’ You are alive, not dead! You are all that your Father is. You can see Him in the Son. You can see Him in you. Look! Behold! Know who you are! You are CHRIST!”

“I am crucified with Christ, nevertheless I live, yet not I, but Christ lives in me.” Galatians 2: 20

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