Picture Perfect: Angles
This is the bell tower at the chapel in Arès, the place where God spoke directly to a man in 1974 and 1977. Its clean simple angles are evocative of the message given—be good, change this world, the message ringing out by means of an iron voice. I see many things from a different angle now. We approach the Creator from many different angles; He sees them all.
“He never forsakes a sinner in his penitence ; all the sinners he fortifies during their ascent,
those who pray to Him in silence,
those who pray to Him shaking bells and candles,
those who pray to Him seven times a day,
those who do not pray to Him but who know Him,
those who count the sunrises until His Day comes
and those who count the moons,
those who burn incense to Him and shout toward Him,
those whom the incense and shouts annoy,
those who see Him white and those who see Him black,
and the deniers of all of those,
the countless multitude whose names a flood of ink would not suffice to list, whose names the Father knows.” The Revelation of Arès 25/6
I am sorry this image is small, but I cropped it severely so as to emphasize the angles.
For more entries on the theme of angles, go to Picture Perfect.