“When Moses came down from Mount Sinai carrying the two Tablets of The Testimony, he didn’t know that the skin of his face glowed because he had been speaking with GOD. Aaron and all the Israelites saw Moses, saw his radiant face, and held back, afraid to get close to him.” Exodus 34:29-30
Pippa Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister, at her recent wedding was described as a glowing bride. She should be glowing, as according to IK! Magazine, the bride was said to have spent $200,000 on spa treatments, nonsurgical procedures, and luxurious products before her wedding. I’d like to think brides are glowing because they are so in love, and more importantly, that God is blessing their special day.
In the Book of Daniel, we read, “Men and women who have lived wisely and well will shine brilliantly, like the cloudless, star-strewn night skies. And those who put others on the right path to life will glow like stars forever.” (Daniel 12:3) So, even if you never had your day to “glow” as a bride, you can live wisely and well and glow in God’s eyes.
And, in Proverbs 3:8, Solomon wrote, “Run to God! Run from Evil! Your body will glow with health; your very bones will vibrate with life!
So, to find that magical glow, you may want to put on your running shoes and make sure you are headed in the right direction.
Thank you, God, for giving us that glow that will continue on in eternity. Amen.