Color Speak: Unveiling Truth for Light

Color Speak, Episode 38, Praying for Afghanistan, with Author and Missionary, Rachel Miller

August 27, 2021 J. M. Huxley Season 1 Episode 38
Color Speak: Unveiling Truth for Light
Color Speak, Episode 38, Praying for Afghanistan, with Author and Missionary, Rachel Miller
Show Notes

Light is where you’ll find truth; truth is where you’ll find color.

Color is where you’ll find God.

Color is God. 

It’s his love for you.

Light is what makes color happen. 

Color is a product of light and God IS light, so color testifies!

To the everlasting goodness of a good God.
 
One who wants us to fill us with light and truth and joy.

COLOR.

One who wants us to fill others with this color.

Jesus said he came to earth as a man to give us life and life abundantly and part of living life this way means helping others.  We don’t cut ourselves off from what inconveniences us, or makes us feel uncomfortable.

Abundantly.  That's a word to stop down on.

One that makes it impossible to think only of ourselves.

Unveiling truth for light means exactly that. We must uncover the truth so light can shine. We must take action there to know abundance.

Sometimes, that means listening, chosing to be informed.

Walking with Jesus means stepping forward and being willing to come alongside the sufferings of others, knowing he is by our sides. He moderates our involvement, He leads us to peace. He shows us how to love.

We must stand for truth in order to accomplish this, my friends.

Jesus’ brother James tells us faith without action is like a body without spirit. As humans, we tend to swing to both extremes. Either we work like fiends, attempting to earn our salvation, or we act like gluttons, devouring grace without response.

Jesus demonstrated balance.

In other words, he showed us how to be comfortable to walk through some gray too.  

Today we are going to talk about what’s going on the world, with specific attention to Afghanistan. Because the world’s eyes are on Afghanistan and what is happening there.

I found Rachel Miller on FaceBook. She’d posted thoughts on Afghan refugees she’d come to know when she was doing mission work in Moscow. I loved what she had to say and under the Spirit’s prompting, I reached out to her to see if she would come talk to me here on COLOR SPEAK.

Please listen today.

And then, pray.

We are so much better together.

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Rachel Miller is an author, speaker, and coach inspiring Christians to live with chivalry and courageous faith. She has served in ministry for more than 25 years, and is the founder of Forbid Them Not Ministries, a ministry working with orphans, single moms, and those walking alongside of them both locally and around the world. She is the author of multiple books, fiction and non-fiction alike. When not involved in ministry or writing, Rachel can be found in her lavender garden, adventuring in her home state of Montana, or enjoying a cup of tea. But obviously, she attests to the fact that we can’t always have our cup of tea and drink it too.

Find Rachel at www.rachelmillerwriter.com
She's also on facebook:   https://www.facebook.com/rachel.miller.336717