Colors of the sun....

Sunsets.  There are never two alike.  Sometimes one can see brilliant color....pinks, blues, oranges, yellows....  Sometimes they are subtle or even practically un-noticed, fading quickly into night.  The potential of uniqueness and character are always there under the right conditions.  There are some that make lasting impressions - and we remember where we saw them and what they looked like as we stood in amazement.  Some pass without noticeable color or  character at all....simply a gentle curtain to close the day light, though very much designed by the hand of the Master.  The soft skies compliment the incredible color of each debut.  

We are like these canvasses of color and light.  As we allow God to be the artist, we have the opportunity to come to life with every stroke of His paint brush!  We can throw our head back and trust in His sculpting abilities....focusing on His love and His glorious face!  Or....we can resist His promptings and in-fillings and simply offer a subtle investment.  

May I choose to reflect the colors of His Majesty.  Help me, Lord to bring the imprint of the One who is much higher than I to the world around me.  Might others look at me and see His smile, His compassion, His mercy, His love.  I ask to not be one who slides by without sharing something of His beauty, but rather a carrier of His radiance that will leave a valuable and contagious memory.

 

 


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Jerry Richards(non-registered)
Oh, to be a carrier of his radiance! What a noble aspiration. You, Kim, have been just this for as long as we have known you. You reflect his goodness and grace, and your warm spirit draws people in. It draws them in because in you they see the essence of God's caring and compassion......and in being around you they get to bask in the glow of His love.
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"Every song that I write comes from my own personal experience.  i believe the role of an artist is to interpret reality through a system of beliefs and a long-term seeking of truth, in your own life and in the world at large."  Dan Folgelberg

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