Our Spiritual Beauty

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A city dweller was being driven by a rancher over a blistering and almost barren stretch of desert when a large brightly-colored bird scurried across the road in front of them. The visitor asked what it was. “That’s a bird of paradise,” said the rancher. “Pretty long way from home, isn’t he!” remarked the visitor.

This story reminds us of what it’s like being a Christian. We are citizens of heaven (Phil. 3:20), and when people see us they ought to see a contrast with the world around us. Our character ought to be so different that people see our spiritual beauty and wonder what land we hail from. We are strangers in a strange land, for sure. But let’s be the salt and light the Lord wants us to be, and make the “scenery” here as good as it can be!

Matt Clifton

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