SHINE

THAT’S IT.  NO MORE INFORMATION.  WHY?  via Daily Prompt: Shine

As Christians, we are concerned about appearances needlessly. If we are doing the righteous things for righteous reasons, we have no need to concern ourselves how the activity appears to others.  We are the message.  Yes, we want our Message of Jesus’ grace to be forefront, uppercase, bold print, in whatever color is most visible, but we are intended to shine.  

Shine in the ways we think

Shine in the ways we act

Shine in our confessions of failure

Shine in our honesty and integrity.

It’s not a NewYear’s Resolution, but a reminder to do those things we were left on Earth after our salvation to do.  So,

Shine

Shine

Shine

Shine

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