Color Speak: Unveiling Truth for Light

Color Speak Episode 46, Do You Believe Too Little in Miracles? With Theresa M. Miller

November 05, 2021 J. M. Huxley Season 1 Episode 46
Color Speak: Unveiling Truth for Light
Color Speak Episode 46, Do You Believe Too Little in Miracles? With Theresa M. 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—you know that. 

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 COLOR.

The Bible tells us not only did God use a rainbow to convey his love and promise to us, but that he is surrounded in a rainbow. Revelation 4:3 says:

And he who sat there had the appearance of jasper and  ruby, and around the throne was a rainbow that had the appearance of an emerald.

How wild is that?

Perhaps that’s why regardless of faith, the rainbow resonates so much with the human heart.

Anyway, I like to think of our stories as color, our miracles as colored confetti floating all about us in rainbow colors.

So, I am excited to have you listen to our guest today. She is someone who, like you, has a story. 

FULL OF MIRACLES!

Miracles my friend, are real and never old.

And they are for you too.

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Theresa Miller is a wife, mother of four, and homeschool parent. Weaving words together has been the expressive outlet she has enjoyed from a young age, bringing clarity to life’s complexities. Theresa authored Heavenly Glimpses blog from 2009-2014, where she captured glimpses of the extraordinary in the ordinary everyday life of motherhood. I love that!

Publishing credits include InCourage, Sally Clarkson’s Mom Heart blog, MOPS E-zine, and others. Theresa currently writes encouragement for women on social media. She also manages and writes a blog with three of her sisters at www.dandelionsisters.com

You can find her on IG @heavenlyglimpses and @dandelionsisters4, and on FB page at Theresa M. Miller, Writer of Dandelion, Potholes, & Wrinkles.