Xi’an TV Tower

So we decided to do a quick random trip last night over dinner time. whether that is smart or not, has yet to be determined. But I am absolutely amazed at how flexible my family has become. This venue has not been open that long, maybe only several months.

So in the back of my mind I recently have been thinking that if there is a ‘clearish’ day, I want to take the family to the top. Today was that day. Below are several photos that we shot from the top. It is the tallest place we can go in Xi’an.

To me it is still significant to view sunsets from this location simply because, west of the this city very few people have had a chance to hear the good news. We continue to pr.y and serve towards this cause. Equipping others to share the fathers love in these areas.
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To me, this photo is rather significant. It describes the kingdm of the “already but not yet”. It shows that we still reside in world tainted by sin. This photo is taken directly from the camera, after some cropping. I shot it through the glass that was already blurred by smog and dirt. Beyond the glass is the beautiful sunset. Someday when the kingdm comes in it’s fullness we will see clearly and enjoy pure, untainted, intimate, fellowship with the Father, Son and HS.

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Blessings,
~kevin

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6 Responses to Xi’an TV Tower

  1. Wes & Lois Boyer says:

    Enjoyed your photos and comments. Blessings from above to all of you.

  2. Marjo Horst says:

    Wow! What sights! Thanks for sharing. For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face; now I know in part, but then I will know fully just as I also have been fully known.

  3. Glenn Kauffman says:

    This stirs my heart! Upward and westward.

  4. Sharon Rice says:

    Love the photos and the regularity with which you email odds n ends of happenings in your lives. Love the already but not yet photo; I find myself longing for the day!

    You really need to come visit me the next time you’re in the states!!!! :)

  5. Ruth Weber says:

    Amazing photos…..and an amazing father.

  6. Steve Shank says:

    What wonderful photos and family …westward bound!

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