‘Mirror Mirror on the wall who’s the…‘ Most of our children can finish this quote. They are aware what a mirror’s purpose is. We look into it to get a reflection of ourselves. We look with our eyes and judge for ourselves if we like what we see. If we are going to be presentable to the public. A true mirror will give us a correct reflection. However there are mirrors which distort the image in front of it. Some images appear shorter and broader, while others are taller. When we look into the mirror of all mirrors, which is the Word of God, what do we see. Romans 12:3 tells us just how we ought to look into that Mirror. It tells us not to think of ourselves any more highly than we ought to think. We need to have a true picture of ourselves in God’s eyes. In the mirror that keeps us sober regarding our own perspective of our self. May we all be grounded in humility. The true Mirror helps us to do this.
Our Langley branch actually began in Vancouver in 1945, when Paul and Elizabeth Plesko and two other families began having home meetings. Paul and Elizabeth were instrumental in bringing many folks into the fold, including visiting the docks and bringing seamen back for meetings who then enjoyed a time of fellowship at the Plesko home.
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