Living Light

By Brenda Wood | Author and Speaker

Devotions | Wednesday, March 05, 2014


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You were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Live as children of light(for the fruit of the light consists in all goodness, righteousness and truth) (Ephesians 5:8-9, NIV)

What kind of light are we? Heavy- handed in our dealings with others? Slow to learn or understand the things of God? Fluffy with not a grain of common sense?

Or do we have a low boiling point, treat annoyances as unimportant? Do we glow, radiate and shine for God?

Light means all those things. Let’s seriously ask ourselves. What kind of light are we?

Prayer-Father God, may people see us in the light of Christ. Amen.




about the author:
Brenda Wood
http://heartfeltdevotionals.wordpress.com

“I believe Jesus is the answer to every question.” Brenda Wood is a motivational speaker, writer and author of Heartfelt, 366 Devotions for Common Sense Living. She is also a recovered bulimic who has gained and lost several 1000 pounds over the years! She understands the pain of overweight and the agony of life with an eating disorder. Brenda is known for her common sense wisdom, sense of humor and quirky comments.

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