Speak “Light” Today, Mama

The very first words God spoke (recorded in Scripture), are powerful and life-giving!
 
“Let there be light”. (Genesis 1:3)
 
Light brings hope and joy! It dispels darkness, warms and invigorates. It leads, guides and brings clarity to us.
 
Light exposes, reveals and uncovers. It illuminates, brings understanding, reveals hidden things and initiates bright change!
 
Mama, may we create joy as we speak “light” today. May our words generate hopeful expectation and affirmative change in the hearts of our husband, children, and the world.
 
Instead of saying what we see, may we speak what God says. This brings light! What He proclaims, is true, brings revelation and changes our perspective – from dark despair to eternal promise. We bring hope into tomorrow, by speaking His words today.
 
“Lord, please help us. Open our ears to hear what You are saying! Help us bring your joy into existence with our words. ~Amen”

Mari Jo Mast

Mari Jo, her husband Kim and family left everything that was familiar to them 13 years ago to move to beautiful Colorado.They live on a mini-farm which includes Snickers (a small Yorkie-Poo), arooster named Cracker Jack, and 23 chickens who supply them with fresh eggs every day! It is their desire to allow all 7 of their children to live outside of the box, to pursue Jesus and follow their God-given desires for His greater purpose. Two are happily married to spouses who are greatly loved. They have a sweet little Grandson and a little Granddaughter will be added this summer!

Mari Jo had an encounter with the living God in 2000, and was freed from the bondage of legalism. She is passionate about Jesus and his love, and desires for everyone to know He is alive!
Mari Jo Mast

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