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Just Like A Mirror

I was doing one of those chores that good husbands do. It was time to wax my wife's car. Now this is no small job, it has to be done right. If you’re a husband, you already know that. It's a six step process: Wash, Dry, Clay Bar, Paint Cleaner, Cleaner Wax and High Polish Wax. It's a task that can eat up hours of your Saturday, your personal day of rest. But I do it because I love my wife, and I also enjoy cleaning cars (at least once in a while). Each step has a specific purpose, and if you skip even one, the final outcome will not be the one you desire. I usually just do a panel on the car, not the whole thing at once. It's amazing as you strip away the dirt, grime, brake dust etc., the car begins to feel totally different, it's not rough anymore, but smooth as silk. Your hand slides down and doesn’t catch on anything. You look at the car and your reflection is as clear as if you are standing in a mirror. That's when I am really pleased with the job, when the paint is just like a mirror. It's slippery smooth and highly reflective. The Word of God is compared to a glass, or mirror. James 1:23-24 says, "For if any be a hearer of the word, and not a doer, he is like unto a man beholding his natural face in a glass: For he beholdeth himself, and goeth his way, and straightway forgetteth what manner of man he was." We need to look into the Mirror of God's Word and continue looking into it, to rid ourselves of the filth and dirt this world throws at us daily. If we faithfully continue this cleansing process, we will be blessed by God in our deeds.

Kirk Piccott, Principal
First Baptist Academy

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