We finally make our way with Frodo and Sam to peer into the Mirror of Galadriel. What do each see in the still waters? What do their visions portend? Sam must also make the hardest decision of his life in a drama which reminds us of the Parable of the Two Sons. Join us as we continue our adventures through the Lord of the Rings.

This image shows the Mirror of Galadriel as depicted in The Lord Of The Rings Online game.
The Mirror of Galadriel in The Lord Of The Rings Online.

What stood out to you in The Mirror of Galadriel Pt. 2? Let us know in the comments below.

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Michael is a believer; husband; father; homeschooling dad; Middle-earthling; geek; founder and digital missionary at the Great Commission Transmission Network.

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  1. Hello Michael and Micah,
    I always enjoy listening to you discuss the Lord of the Rings. Every time you drop a new podcast it goes to the top of my queue. In this episode I thought Michael made a great point when he was discussing how Galadriel was an example of how Christians should correct one another. I also appreciated the discussion of Frodo’s vision in the mirror.
    As for your question regarding the length the podcast should be, I want to let you know that I like long podcasts. Two and a half or three hour podcasts are fine with me. I’m looking forward to the new schedule, this podcast once a month is great. I
    Keep up the good work guys.

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