I love this verse from Isaiah 60:1 in the Bible: “Arise, shine: for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you.”
It’s one of my favorites for two reasons. #1 – The phrases make up two songs of Handel’s Messiah, which I’ve enjoyed singing many times over the past 30+ years with different church and community choirs. #2 – The message is simply brilliant. I believe we are all here to shine. Granted, sometimes, you have to go through some darkness to get there. Just like the sun rises each day to bring light into the world. As human beings, we also go through dark times. The blessing comes when we emerge from the darkness to embrace the light, rather than staying locked up in the gloomy dungeon of our mind.
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Today on the Live. Love. Engage. Podcast:
- I talk about a time when my mind tried to drag me into the darkness
- Learn how I managed to shift my mindset and what message I received in the process
- Listen to a song I wrote that expresses today’s theme – from breakdown to breakthrough
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