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“I knew you were a christian!” or “What church do you go to?” or “There is something different about you I just can’t put my finger on it.”  These are statements you may hear or have heard from people at various times.  It’s not that you’re trying to be different or stand out in any way for attention, it’s the fact that you are living your life unto the Lord and in His presence.  This in turn shows forth a transformation that reflects Christ in you, the hope of glory. (Colossians 1:27)

Isaiah 60:1 says, Arise, shine; for your light has come! And the glory of the Lord is risen upon you.  When God’s glory is upon us we are anointed to do what we can’t in and of ourselves.   We say things that we couldn’t think to say on our own, boldly speak revelation knowledge into the lives of strangers, share discernment and give wise counsel to others. My husband Jonathan has the ability to share the word of God freely and with boldness, drawing even the most rebellious individuals to a place where they are pliable and open to receive the things of God.  It is the radiance of God’s glory upon Jonathan which causes the unsaved to gravitate to the Christ in him.  Our purpose as children of God is to live in such a way that unbeliever’s will see Christ  in us and they will give him glory because of our Godly lifestyle.  “In the same way let your light so shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”  (Matthew 5:16)


Wonderful Savior, I  thank you that your light shines in and through us.  I thank you that the light has come and is risen among us.  I thank you that this light attracts and guides the hearts of those who are in darkness to your love and grace. In Jesus most blessed name I pray. Amen.

“As you live this life unto the Lord, be ever so mindful of your shine.”