Bringing the Text to Life
Look at others instead of yourself.
AT A GLANCE:
In a selfie-oriented world in which people often want to look their best, some are digitally altering their faces and bodies using airbrushes, apps and filters. The glamorized version of themselves on the internet bears only a slight resemblance to their real-world appearance. This disconnect now has a clinical name: Snapchat dysmorphia. But what happens when that disconnect between the real and the virtual spills over into our spiritual lives? We call that Soul dysmorphia.
For material based on today’s Old Testament text see “Staying Hydrated,” August 28, 2016.
For an alternative idea pertaining to Hebrews 13:1-8, 15-16, see “An Instruction for All Time.”
On a typical morning, most of us rise from our beds and shuffle into the bathroom.
It’s our first...