Weekly Photo Challenge: Unfocused

The three pictures in this slide show tell a story about being “unfocused.

Picture One represents the Jesus that is camouflaged by centuries of the devil’s lies, irresponsible translations, and man’s traditions. Those things keep us from being able to focus on the real Jesus, the One who reveals Himself clearly and without confusion. The Jesus we see through the camouflage cannot inspire faith, and unbelievers find themselves wondering why they should even consider seeking a relationship with Him.

But Picture Two shows what happens when the true, unadulterated Word of God begins to be taught and absorbed in place of those deceptions.  The picture begins to clear, and our focus becomes sharper.

Picture Three shows the final result of allowing the Word to clear away all deception and show the world what the real Jesus Christ is like.  May we willingly set aside all preconceived ideas and concepts and feed upon that pure Word, allowing it to focus us on Him clearly and completely!


(Original picture is the work of  artist Jim Sutton at gospelgifs.com)

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5 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Unfocused

  1. A great truth, and a very creative way to get it across!

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    1. Thank you, Terry. I appreciate your taking the time to comment.

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  2. Nicely composed photo narrative. Good job. Here is my take on unfocused. http://wp.me/p1TywS-rc
    ~Anne

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  3. Jesus and his words does clear all the rusty, corroded part of our lives. All we need is to listen, open our eyes and heart, unfocused on the material vanity and focus back on what is important….our soul and life’s purpose. Thanks for sharing a post that help us reconnect.

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    1. Thank you. I really enjoyed doing this one very much.

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