I noticed this week (as I'm spending time with just me and the kids) that your God Mirror changes depending on who's looking in it.
If kids are looking at you, they need to see themselves as God does...as children who need guidance, discipline, and boundaries.
If a person who's hurting is looking into your God Mirror, they may need to see how God loves them no matter what they're going through.
If someone is a little too self-righteous, maybe they need to see that from us, too...of course, in the loving way that God would show them.
Keeping our eyes and hearts focused on God, he'll make sure we know what each person we meet needs reflected back to them. Looking toward Him will lead us all along the right path, and keep our own God Mirrors in check. Don't forget, we need to check ours constantly, too.
Although it seems like a lot of stuff to keep track of, all we need to do is keep track of our relationship with God, and he'll guide us the rest of the way.
Here's to hoping that your God Mirror is clean and shiny every day!