Monday, February 7, 2011

Twinkling Star

As a child we all learn a common nursery rhyme that deals with the stars in the sky. Then as we grow and become school age we learn that these stars are a wonderful thing. Stars are placed on our papers when we do a great job on an assignment.  We hurry home with that paper and tack it on the fridge for all the world to see.  It is something that we are proud of and as a plus we got a star on our paper.

There are other stars as well, the ones in space that light the night sky. Ones that are so bright that they have to be seen by all. There are stars that we watch on TV, at concerts and stars that we know in our lives. People that we see as special to us, those that are our shining star in the darkest hour of night. Stars are everywhere, it just depends on what star you are looking for and why.

Yet, there is one star in the night that is brightest, it is the star of David.  That star is a representation of Christ, the light that resides in us as Christians. Christ is the light that shines through us as we walk with Jesus on a daily basis. He is the hope that all Christians have because of their faith in the Jesus and in the Father in heaven. That light is one that is to be shared with all that we come in contact with on a daily basis. It is not something that we are to hide from the world. Why, hide something that brings you so much joy, peace, comfort and love. It is something that we should want to shout from the roof tops that we know the secret to true happiness and love. That we know the almighty, the all powerful God. The God who loves and cares for each and every one of us, to the point that he knows each tear that we cry and every hair on our head.

We are able to come to the true light, daily and without having to fear rejection or punishment. We come to the Father through Jesus who has washed us clean and has taken all the sins from us. By Jesus dying on the cross for our salvation we are able to freely come to the Father, because He sees us as clean, white as snow. We are able to walk with Him, commune with Him, Talk with Him and have a real relationship with the Father in Heaven. This relationship is one that the Father longs to have with you, if you are willing to reach out and walk in the true light of the world. Reach out and grab that twinkling star, and walk in the light of Father.

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