This Papua New Guinean headpiece glistened brightly in the noonday sun. The intricate design of rows of green beads seem to almost glow. But wait, they aren’t your typical beads. The hat is covered with hundreds maybe a thousand beetles! It can be like that when translating God’s Word. The first observation of a key term might imply a specific word should be used, but is it really the right one? After careful discussion, they have trial readings where heart-language speakers evaluate the terms, then more discussion, then the final decision may be to use a different word altogether than was first thought appropriate. Pray that all terms might come to communicate the correct ideas that the Scriptures are conveying.