I shouldn’t be surprised she has one.
Even as a tiny girl she noticed details I missed. A change of a billboard. The color of a cousin’s dress. The exact directions to church.
So it’s no wonder now that she has it:
a photographer’s eye.
Last Saturday, Jenna shot a gorgeous set of pictures of Morgan in her wedding dress.
About thirty minutes into the shoot, Jenna looked Morgan in the eye and said, “Sissy, you are so pretty.”
She had been looking for the beauty. To capture. To share.
First, you have to see it.
Then, you can capture it to help others see it too.
Can you, too?
Do whatever it takes to get the shot?
God already has glory. You don’t create it. You just find it.
When you look for it, you see it.
Then you can tell others about it. You live by its light.
If you want to reflect God, gaze on him.
Outright stare. (He won’t consider you rude.)
Develop an eye for spotting his glory.
You’ll be transformed by it.
And we all, with unveiled face,
beholding the glory of the Lord,
are being transformed into the same image
from one degree of glory to another....
2 Corinthians 3:18
No unauthorized glimpses of the bridal gown were shown in this post (or else Mom would be in BIG trouble!).
How are you looking for God today? Where have you seen him?