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    Let your light shine Let your light shine Presentation Transcript

    • Let Your Light ShineLet Your Light Shine Let your light shine that others may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven. (Matthew 5:16, paraphrased) 83: Let Your Light Shine
    • A lighthouse has a powerful flashing light that helps to guide sailors at sea. When that bright light shines, it can be seen from very far away, and the sailors use it to get their ships safely to port. 83: Let Your Light Shine 2
    • 83: Let Your Light Shine Jesus told us that we should let our light shine. But what is our light? The light within us is Jesus! The things that we do and say are how we let Jesus shine through us. 3
    • When we are loving, this tells others that God is loving too; when we care for others, this shows a little bit of God’s love and care for each one of us. When our words are thoughtful and kind, this shows people that God’s Spirit in us is what helps us to be kind toward others. The more we live like the Bible tells us to live, the brighter our light shines. And people will know that we have gained this beautiful light through our love for Jesus and His words. 83: Let Your Light Shine 4
    • 83: Let Your Light Shine Authored by Katiuscia Giusti. Illustrations by Sabine Rich. Design by Stefan Merour. Published by My Wonder Studio. Copyright © 2014 by The Family International ActionAction Cut out a big yellow circle for a sun, and draw a picture of Jesus in that sun. Glue it to a piece of black or dark blue paper. Then cut out 10 strips of yellow paper to use as the sun’s rays. Ask your mommy or daddy to help you write some of the ways you can shine your light for Jesus on the paper sun rays. Then glue the rays around the sun. 5