LIGHT of the World AWARD!

Thank you,  Curiosity and Confession & http://www.Lighthousedevotions.blog. You were really inspired to conceive this beautiful award. I find it awesome to be a part of this encouraging and uplifting honor.

The Rules:

  1. Save and add one of the award images (pictured above) on your blog.
  2. Create a page/post to mention the award nomination and thank the person/blog that nominated you. Make sure you provide a link to their site.
  3. Give credit to the creator of the award (Lighthouse Devotions) and provide a link to the site as well.  (http://www.Lighthousedevotions.blog)
  4. List the rules.
  5. Answer the next four questions on the same post:
    1. What three words would you use to describe your blog?
    2. In what way(s) can a Christian shine for Christ?
    3. What bible verse (quote it) talks about being a light in a dark and lost world?
    4. What Christian song do you know that has the word “light” in it? Provide a link if available.
  6. Nominate 7 or more people/blogs to receive the award. Briefly explain why you think they should receive it and provide a link to their sites.
  7. Contact them and let them know that you nominated them.
  8. Provide them with a link to the Rules
  9. Say a prayer thanking God for His light and ask that He continue to shine it through you and your blog.
  10. Keep shining the light of Christ wherever you go and in whatever you do!

Questions:

1.What three words would you use to describe your blog?

I would describe my blog as inspiring, encouraging and uplifting.

  1. In what way(s) can a Christian shine for Christ?

I feel that a Christian can shine for Christ by always giving a word of encouragement to others, especially those that appear to be outcasts or depressed. They should always let people hear them speak positive things out of their mouth. They should smile often and be willing to lend a helping hand to those truly in need.

  1. What bible verse (quote it) talks about being a light in a dark and lost world?

Matthew 5:14-16 The Passion Translation (TPT)

14 “Your lives light up the world. Let others see your light from a distance, for how can you hide a city that stands on a hilltop?[a]15 And who would light a lamp and then hide it in an obscure place?

Instead, it’s placed where everyone in the house can benefit from its light. 16 So don’t hide your light! Let it shine brightly before others, so that the commendable things you do will shine as light upon them, and then they will give their praise to your Father in heaven.”

  1. What Christian song do you know that has the word “light” in it? Provide a link if available.

Say So” by Israel Haughton. To be salt and “Light” in the world”. Let the Redeemed of the Lord Say So.

Nominees:

  1. Cupcakes and Couscous
  2. Garden and Flower Photography
  3. Atomic Redhead
  4. Life and Soul
  5. To Be Human
  6. Thinking Listener
  7. Ragazza Triste
  8. Mariam Shittu
  9. Miriam Hurdle
  10. In A Love World

You can answer the questions the same as above! And anyone is welcomed to partake if they like to!

Prayer:

God our Father, how wonderful you are! Thank you for blessing me and our entire community with the gift of this blog. Thank you for using us to reach the world. May you continue to use us O Lord, to make your will prevail in the universe. We are available for whatever you want us to do through this instrument which you have put in our hands. Bless all the people who have made themselves available to you through SIWO. May you continue to use us to make your Son known and loved throughout the world! Amen!

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