I've been trying to nurture a habit of reading a devotion at breakfast and then drawing a reaction to the reading.  In some cases the scripture text is included.  Here are some of the results.
Koine's motion graphics (which they like to refer to as modern stained glass) have me thinking in sequences.  The actual contents of the window could be anything that serves the purpose of the story.  It could be interesting to do a sequence on the Lord's prayer.  The windows might come alive in the child's imagination and tell a story.  Perhaps the setting of the church and the boy is hundreds of years ago.  

An illustration of faith from Luther.


Sometimes God needs to prune our lives.

"My help comes from the Lord,
    the Maker of heaven and earth.
He will not let your foot slip—
    he who watches over you will not slumber"

-Psalm 121:2-3

Tick Tock

Psalm 51:17

I'm always impressed with the concept of a choir.  Individual voices are unified, individual differences subdued for the higher good of bringing glory to God.  I envision a giant cloud of prayers rising as incense.  

When we really sing, none of the rest of us matters.  Our whole being is dedicated to the glory of the Lord.

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