Demonstration: Mountains and Aerial Perspective

It's important to recall that you can't make good value judgments until you have all the colors in place, meaning that most of the adjustments come at the very end. It made me smile to remember that only God sees the big picture, the global value judgments, so to speak, and thus I really must trust Him to make the calls and do the final adjustments. As the Artist, He knows the goal, sees the values, and controls the process it takes to get there.

Some days I feel like a tiny speck of pigment swirling in a composition that currently makes no sense. I cannot figure out how "all things work together for good", as the Bible promises believers in Romans 8:28. Then I recall that the Artist's composition is a WIP, a Work In Progress, from my perspective, but from His point of view it is fully complete, perfectly executed without error.
"For I know the plans I have for you," says the LORD. "They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope." Jeremiah 29:11

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