In many carnivals, there is often what is called the “Hall of Mirrors.” If you’ve never been inside one, it is a long, winding hall full of mirrors that make you look fat, tall, skinny, and short, and distort your features so that you can hardly tell that it’s you! Mirrors have varying degrees of depth that, even though it may not seem like it, alter your image just a tiny bit. So a reflection of yourself will never be completely perfect, even if you look right into a mirror. In a similar way, even though the reflection may not be precise, others can still see what God is like by looking at you.
The story is told of a boy named Miguel who was walking home . . . Read More