Their world becomes brighter, because of this thing called light that bounces off the pure snow and-and just spreads and multiplies and intensifies.
“Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.”
“I will send fishers to gather My people,” God said. Years later, God-in-flesh called fishermen to be fishers of men–to lead others to become God’s people.
“Jesus told His disciples that God keeps an eye on every sparrow… yet the fact remains that sparrows do fall.”
Maybe our notion about Jesus’ occupation–our belief that He worked with wood–is just that: a notion.
Zoar was a small city; its very name declared it insignificant. But Lot and his daughters fled there for safety.