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The apostle is noted for using vivid imagery in his letters. He attempts to persuade his audience by employing metaphors to explain spiritual truths. In this passage he strongly emphasizes “seeing.” Because the veil is removed when we turn to the Lord, we can all see the glory of God...

Lord, by your grace help me vividly reflect your glory to all those around me and make me a mirror that shines more and more brightly. Amen.


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