You’ve probably been to a party with red solo cups. You know the drill. Everyone has the same color cup so you write your name on yours,
or you never put your cup down,
or you go through about 10 cups during the party
because you don’t want to pick up the wrong one
(who knows what’s in there!).
The red solo cup.
A symbol for college parties, but also a symbol of conformity. Why don’t we get more creative with cups at these parties? Is it because we just want to blend in, we don’t want people to know what or how much we’ve been drinking, we just want to be part of the crowd?
I find this fascinating.
There are no red solo cups in the Kingdom of Heaven. “LORD, you have assigned me my portion and my cup” (Psalm 16:5).
No, everyone has their own cup, a cup that reflects who they are and how they’ve been beautifully and wonderfully made.
The Kingdom of Heaven is not one of conformity and monochrome monotony.
It is full of color
where you are fully you.
This is the world we are invited to step into. Remember this the next time you fill your red solo cup.
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Made me think of Esther 1:7-8 🙂 Love those verses…