The angels decided to shine on me for a little while.
May your season shine with delight and surprise.
Last year’s troubles, They shine up so prettily, They gleam with a lustre they don’t have today.
I am the space between my thighs, daylight shining through.
We all know well that we can do things for others and in the process crush them, making them feel that they are incapable of doing things by themselves. To love someone is to reveal to them their capacities for life, the light that is shining in them.
I see the angel Moroni, standing atop the temple, as a shining symbol of [our] faith. I love Moroni, because in a degenerate society, he remained pure and true. He is my hero. He stood alone. I feel somehow he stands atop the temple today, beckoning us to have courage, to remember who we are and to be worthy to enter the holy temple, to ‘arise and shine forth,’ to stand above the worldly clamor and to, as Isaiah prophesied, ‘Come to the mountain of the Lord’-the holy temple.
If the future’s looking dark, We’re the ones who have to shine. If there’s no one in control, We’re the ones who draw the line. Though we live in trying times, We’re the ones who have to try. And we know that time has wings, So we’re the ones who have to fly.
I am confident that the day is not far distant when the light of peace shine again.
Jesus’ forgiveness of our sins is the single most impactful part of the gospel, and when we forgive others who sin against us we’re shining his light most brilliantly. Every act of forgiveness brings a touch of Heaven to Earth, and it makes the gospel look as otherworldly and supernatural as it is. Forgiveness is constructed in the DNA of the persecuted.