There’s something hard each day in our world.
Baseball and shooting.
It’s one of many tragedies.
Some in the headlines, some behind closed doors.
Senseless. Horrific. Painful.
Hard. Pointless. Darkness.
I know I need to be more in prayer. So. I,m committed. My heart goes out to all who’ve been hurt and harmed. My sorrow knows no end.
The one thing I know to be true is that none of us are to be victims of the darkness; we’re called to rise up and to shine. It’s a part of the prophesy of God’s favor issued to the dark ancient world, which continues to be released generation after generation:
2 See truly; look carefully—darkness blankets the earth; people all over are cloaked in darkness. But God will rise and shine on you; the Eternal’s bright glory will shine on you, a light for all to see.
As I prayed for our world today, the truth of these words spoke to me as a prophecy for what God has assigned:
Look beyond the darkness of the world.
The Light of God is radiating from heaven to earth.
There’s something more to be seen today . . .
which is . . .
the Light of God in you and on you.
Rise up. Shine.
May you and I live in this prophesy today. Rise up. Shine–Kerrie
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