Daily Inspiration: Pop of Color


It’s the latest catch phrase: pop of color! If you’re wearing your usual black, (and who isn’t?) simply add your POC in jewelry, shoes, or a scarf, and voila! You’re hip and trendy.

You don’t have to be a fashionista to appreciate how brightening your look can affect your outlook. You can see the world in black and white with shades of gray. Or you can add a pop of color by noticing the beauty of green trees, or the bright and bold color of a neon sign.

Use a pop of color in your spiritually too.  Are your prayers the color of vanilla? Inject some humor or a witty observation into your praise. Watch as your own smile provides the perfect pop of color to compliment a prayer session.

God is in the rainbows and sunshine. It's nature’s original pop of color.  Wrap yourself in color, and feel your "inner dark" slink quietly away.


God’s Sunshine Prayer

You rise up oh God
Like the sun that shines
across the earth.
Let me see your light through
rose colored glasses.
Never squinting at the sun,
only marveling with eyes wide open
at your miracle of sunshine.

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