Minister's Moment: Seeing Differences Too Clearly
Seeing Differences Too Clearly
We place great stock in being able to see clearly, but as we grow older our vision becomes less distinct. We have to resort to glasses or contact lenses. Eventually many of us come to the place where even these don’t help, and we have to learn to put up with indistinct sight. We find ourselves squinting at objects, trying to figure out what they are. A good friend of mine says he keeps enlarging the size of the type in which he prepares his sermons to avoid wearing his glasses in the pulpit. We can sympathize.