Arise and Shine

“Arise, shine; for your light has come, And the glory of the LORD has risen upon you. Isaiah 60:1

We often heard the expression “Rise and Shine” regarding waking up from a deep sleep. Well this is the same message God is sending you! Wake up from your spiritual slumber and Arise and Shine to the Glory of God through Jesus Christ.
If your living in darkness today, maybe depression or a sinful lifestyle, God can overcome that darkness with light. Jesus is the chain breaker, on the cross he has released you from all the traps and burdens Satan has placed upon you. Call upon the name of The Lord and you will be saved!

Jesus calls us to be the Light of The World (Matthew 5:14) not to be dark and defeated. If you feel defeated know this, Jesus has overcame the world at the cross (John 16:33) There is nothing more Satan can do to you to defeat you, sin and death have been defeated!

Knowing this, you should be filled with the Joy of The Lord, know weeping may endure a night but Joy comes in the morning! The Joy of the fruits of the Holy Spirit given to you by God Almighty. Believe it and receive it in Jesus Name!

“THE PEOPLE WHO WERE SITTING IN DARKNESS SAW A GREAT LIGHT, AND THOSE WHO WERE SITTING IN THE LAND AND SHADOW OF DEATH, UPON THEM A LIGHT DAWNED.” ( Matthew 4:16)

What was this great light that all these hopeless people saw? It was your Messiah, Lord and Savior Jesus. He has redeemed and freed you, so Arise and Shine, and give praise to your Lord and Savior in Jesus Name Amen

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