Wednesday, August 17, 2005


"If what we create, write, dance or sing can open up such a space in time through which God may speak, imagine the possibilities! Painting might become a window through which a confused world looks and sees the sane order of God's creation. Music could become an orchestrated echo of the Voice the tired ears of humankind have longed for ages to hear. This is art through which God is seen and heard, in which he is incarnate, is "fleshed out" in paint and ink, in stone, in creative movement. From the flat, gray point of view of the fallen world they are only scratches and scribbles in the sand, but in the light of eternity they become the occasion for divine revelation. What more could we ever hope for, and once we've seen this new possibility, how could we ever settle for less?"

Michael Card, Scribbling in the Sand


Blogger mizbooks said...


Great idea for putting Writer Quotes in blog format! I like it! :)

6:37 AM  
Blogger Michael Nelson said...

copyrighted photo by Michael R. Nelson

5:27 PM  

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