I am married to a man who can solve a Rubik’s Cube in just over one minute. I’m baffled each time I watch him do it.

The moment he solves one part, he begins unmaking it in order to pursue the next level of completion. What I thought was accomplished now looks undone.

Once that level is complete, colors get even more jumbled as he puts other pieces into their proper places.

It’s a messy prospect.

I get a bit squeamish watching it.

But then, all it takes is the flick of a wrist…

And all is made right again.

Whole.

Complete.

I am that Rubik’s Cube.

This process of unmaking and rearranging of pieces is messy.

I’m holding out hope for that flick of God’s wrist…

 

 

One thought on “The Rubik’s Cube

  1. As someone who used to be about to solve them, I can relate to both the illustration and the application to Christian life!!!

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