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Thursday, March 26, 2009

The Tapestry Story


I do not remember where I heard this, but here goes:

I love the story of the tapestry.
There was a little boy sitting at his mother's feet as she was sewing a tapestry. After a long while of him gazing up, he had this strange look on his face. His mother asked him, "Darling, What is the matter?"

His reply was, "Mommy, that is the ugliest thing I have ever seen!"

His mother turned her tapestry over, and He was right! It was ugly. There were knots, and strings and threads and they were all crossed in various ways and it WAS ugly!

His mother replied, "Oh sweetie, you are right, but you are looking at it all wrong!

You see, if you look at it from up here, it is beautiful!"
With that she turned the tapestry over for him to see. It WAS beautiful. It was perfectly stitched.
"The little boy replied with joy, "OH Mommy! It is PERFECT!" I couldn't see what you saw!

That is exactly how this life is for us. We see things from underneath; from our human perspective. The entire time, GOD is weaving the tapestry of our lives from up above, and He sees our lives from HIS perspective. He sees the right side of that tapestry.

He is weaving something beautiful with the fabric of our lives. :)

4 comments:

DebbyS said...

I wanted to tell the tapestry story, but I'm such a bad story-teller. Found yours on Google and sent a link to it to the person who needed to hear it. Thanks for sharing this!

Eva Waylett said...

Thank you for posting this story. I heard it in church but couldn't remember how to tell it. I sent it to a friend along with a link to your site.

Eva Waylett said...

I heard this story in church and wanted to share it with a friend, but didn't remember exactly how it went. I shared a link to your site along with the story. Thank you for sharing

Christie Minich said...

You are so welcome Eva. :) Thanks for visiting my blog.

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