Originally blogged October 1, 2019. It’s Autumn, and the shadows are getting longer.
My Musings – Michael Jordan just may be the greatest all-around basketball player of all time. But the one who played in his shadow, Scottie Pippin was no slouch either. Babe Ruth is a baseball legend, but playing somewhat in his shadow was a pretty good baseball player in his own right, Lou Gehrig. For several years, Aaron Rodgers stood patiently on the sidelines as back-up quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, waiting his turn to come out from the shadow of Brett Favre. Many people (Barnabas, Titus, Silas, Timothy) labored alongside the Apostle Paul, largely in his shadow. But for the person casting the shadow, many of these shadow dwellers may have shined brighter.
There are examples in the scriptures too. Verses that “hang-out” in the shadow of the better verse we all love to quote. Here are three examples.
“For God so loved the world that he…
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