What the Bible Really Says About Giving Thanks

Want a radiant face?

Not only that, but when I fix my eyes upon my Savior, He makes my countenance radiant by dispelling all of my shame.

I may be calling to Him from a place of shame-filled disobedience of my own doing. I may be shamefully suffering injury by someone else’s hand.

Either way, He promises that when I look to Him, my face will be radiant, never covered with shame. I will see my true reflection in the apple of His eye and remember who I am because of who He is and what He’s done for me.

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Kristen Gilles
Kristen currently leads worship in Sojourn Community Church and was featured on Sojourn’s 2011 album The Water And The Blood: The Hymns Of Isaac Watts, Volume Two.