The Five Minute Friday Prompt Word for this week:
Reflect on how I can reflect Him.
Reflect on Flylady’s Sink Reflections and how even a shiny sink can honor Him.
Reflect on all the shining beauties He’s sent down from on high this past year.
Recall all the “God-incidences,” if you even can, there were so many. Bask in their light, warm in their glowing rays, soak them up in gratitude, and chances are, you will find by this means you are reflecting Him without even trying.
For He is the light that shines in darkness, that enlightens everyone that comes into the world, the light that shines truth and righteousness into our hearts, the light in which we see light.
Let that light shine. Our light, my light–really His light. Reflecting out from reflective hearts and minds, from our light-soaked inner core.
5 thoughts on “Reflect.”
Visiting from FMF. Your picture captures my eye on the link up. Your WORDS! Wow. God is good to your hands and heart. You typed a beautiful post here! I’ll be sharing it! I agree: “He is the light that shines in the darkness, that enlightens everyone that comes into the world, the light that shines truth and righteousness into our hearts, the light in which we see light.” AMEN! Merry Christmas! Jenn
Oh, I don’t know what to say, Jenn! This really did get flung off my keyboard at the drop of a prompt word. And finding and uploading the photo and publishing and linking got me to bed so late last night (with a cold I’m supposed to be recovering from) that my first thought on waking up this morning (late!) was that it was an error in judgment to have done all that instead of just going to bed! That just goes to show me/us, that when you get a prompt (that might be from God) to go ahead and respond to it. Thanks for this insight and encouragement. And a very Merry Christmas to you, too!
Great post Sylvia. Hope you feel better. I had that stuff a couple of weeks. May our sinks reflect Him. My doesn’t today. Psalm 36:7 (NLT) How priceless is your unfailing love, O God! People take refuge in the shadow of your wings.
My sink doesn’t either, Debbie! Hah! Maybe I oughta get off of here and go do a little something about that! Glad you came to visit and comment, I had to stop and say Howdy first. And a blessed Christmas season to you and yours!That picture of being under the covering of His wings is one of my very favorites. Thank you.
This post simply glows, Sylvia! Perfect for this holy holiday season…may inspire me to add a stanza to my most recent poem (if you don’t mind my sharing):
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