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In Christ, there is hope. Jesus is much like the sun. 

We don’t always notice its power, warmth, or even 

that it’s there.

 

That is especially the case for the cloudy days. 

We forget that without the sun, there would be no life. 

It’s easy to forget that it is warming us even through 

rain and clouds.

 

The same is true for Jesus in our lives. It’s easy to 

forget Him until we desperately need Him. It’s easy to 

overlook the daily miracles, such as life itself, when 

searching for something extraordinary. But the 

extraordinary is always present. It’s here in the work 

of Christ, every day. His radiance shines upon us, even 

when we don’t realize it.

 

What miracles can you recognize today?

***By: John D. Barry

***Posted By: Judith A.

 

Posted By: Judith A. Birt
Tuesday, September 8th 2015 at 5:58AM
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