The change in me
when in Christ I believe
should be as noticeable as when
I dye my hair Love Apple Red
The prompt at dVerse Poets Pub yesterday was to write a poem about hair, using it as a metaphor or as the topic of the piece. At first nothing came to mind and I had decided to skip the prompt. But then this morning I remembered this post that I wrote some time ago about hair and decided to reduce the gist of that long post to a short poem.
Love this Linda! Sometimes when I see someone from my past, from before I accepted Jesus, I don’t think they will recognize me. Haha! I’m always so surprised!
God bless you and all the change He’s wrought!
you shouldn’t worry about faith in change if you’re not obviously working on it… true indeed!
Love apple red! 🙂 And indeed, it is our lives and not our hair that show that new birth….and teach others that love. good message.
Change should be that way 🙂
Really nice – yes, to internalize it only is not enough.
not perfection, but at least striving toward it.
This reminds me of a Bible verse:
“But we all, with open face beholding as in a glass the glory of the Lord, are changed into the same image from glory to glory, even as by the Spirit of the Lord.” 2 Corinthians 3:18
Truly when that light of unconditional love strikes the flesh in all colors of life.. the passion for loving all others becomes a sea of flesh and blood..OF TRUE CHRIST IN LIFE!..:)
faith without works is dead…
not that it is all works…but our life
and how we react to and interact with others
is one of our greatest testimonies…
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