|Reviews for The Mosaic|
| Reinbeauchaser 9/29/04 . chapter 1
Ah, this was quite clever...too bad there are those among your review board who failed to notice this.
Whether or not we have skin to color, whether or not He is all that you described, once we are in the presence of the Lord, it matters not what we once thought important. As it says in the Bible, your tears will be no more, your grief will disappear...all that will remain is a vessel ripe for filling with God's presence and love.
I like your analogy and it's very good.
As a side note: At first, I thought possibly the people would see Christ in their color the way they had always pictured him. Yet, that would produce arguments and - as mentioned - such things will not exist in heaven, based on what scripture says.
However, I never thought you'd make a 'quilt' out of Him! LOL
| Eilisch 5/3/04 . chapter 1
Kind of a cynic, aren't we? And yet, some people really are like that.
You're right-God would probably be of all colors. Jesus was Jewish, but God has no nationality.
| poetheiress 8/8/02 . chapter 1
That was very creative! Original! Keep writing! :)
| ChrstnWrtr 5/10/02 . chapter 1
Amen! Jesus is of no skin color but all colors!
| Suzieque 5/1/02 . chapter 1
Cool! 5 minutes and so cool!
| AurorWriter 4/4/02 . chapter 1
Interesting... but I do not believe Jesus will have a skin color, as we will no longer possess human attributes. However, while Jesus was here on Earth, he was born to a Jewish woman. Thus he would have had the Jewish people's skin coloring.
| Inaheartbeatgirl 1/12/02 . chapter 1
Good point, but as I and you,hopefully, know, he is not all those colors...well, he could be, we have no proof of what he looks like...
| A 1/12/02 . chapter 1
I bet it would happen too.
I liked it alot!
| Finn Mac Cool 1/11/02 . chapter 1
Loved the ending. Made me smile.