|Sunrise - Tigner Rand|
The darkest hour is during trouble times, midnight, or just before dawn. In Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon, A Knock at Midnight, he states midnight is a confusing hour when man’s faith often waivers. During the
Each morning, starting with a fresh canvas, God creates a work of art. A blue or grey sky along with basic primary colors yet each morning the composition is totally different. One day more red, orange and burnt sienna, while on other day’s pinks, blues, and even gray tones. Sometimes God chooses a sunrise against a light blue canvas splattered with floating pink cotton candy clouds or a sunset blended with burnt orange and amber colors against the evening sky which give way to sparkling star diamonds of midnight blue heavens. God’s art and colors are vibrant!
I captured these breath taking sunrise images one morning while driving. Within seconds one could see the tapestry change; same colors a d sky just a different perspective of beauty to witness. These pictures are just subtle reminders of how amazing God is yet we often over look this beauty as well as dismiss God’s daily blessings and miracles in our lives.
|Image by: Tigner J.|
To bring this closer to home, coffee drinkers would you attempt to brew a fresh pot of java from yesterday’s depleted grinds? Then why start your life with yesterday problems? God starts each day with a fresh slate to paint, we to should begin our morning as a new dawning, a new beginning by casting aside the troubles of yesterday and start fresh. Allow God to whitewash your doubts, fears, sins, and troubles today that your "darkest hour of struggle can become the first hour of victory!"
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