As we walk through this life we often watch other people and our focus of attention is on them and how they live their lives. This weekend during Prom activities, as all of the parents were snapping off photos of their kids, I shot this picture of them.
Not one of the family members had a clue that they were being photographed and the only thing they were concerned with was their own kids. It is easy to walk through life this way and neglect to realize that we are being watched too. And it is much easier to watch another person's life and evaluate it than to examine our own.
God has called us to live in such a way that when people see us they are pointed to Jesus. I had to laugh as I was taking this shot, because they had no clue this was happening and I wondered who was watching me?
Live in such a way that no matter who is watching you that you can feel good about the photo that appears later. And be sure to examine your own life, before you find the faults in someone else. Sounds familiar doesn't it?
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