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Do you see photographs of people on Facebook and see a comment that someone has written underneath - 'Beautiful you - on the inside and outside' ? We vary hugely in terms of our appearance and many of us don't like how we look! But beauty, it is said, is in the eye of the beholder. And, yes, we all know people who may not be traditionally 'beautiful' on the outside but who have developed an inner beauty that somehow shines out, we can just see it in them. It's there where we know the person is kind and compassionate, thoughtful and considerate. It's in those who have had to grieve but, in their grief, have still been generous with their time, their thoughts, their attention. It's in those who are supportive through other people's trials, who seem to know just what to say in times of difficulty and how to bring a smile to the face. It's in those who are generous with their love, hugs and acceptance. It's in those who consider others before themselves, in those who have been through the fire and been refined by it ... and the list goes on doesn't it? We may not be able to do much about the way that we look on the outside, but we can all decide to make choices to adjust our behaviour that increases our inner beauty. We are being transformed into Christ’s likeness and this is just one area in which we can work with Him!

Posted by Marianne Needham-Bennett
In Mark4 and Matthew 13 Jesus warns us about the Thorns of life, thorns that will strangle our faith even though it may have grown considerably. None ...
Search My Heart O Lord