The Dawn, The Moon and The Sun

7 Dec

The Dawn, The Moon, and The Sun…

SHAKHAR is Hebrew for dawn. Song of Solomon reads, “Who is this who grows like the dawn?” Hebrew reads more literally, “Who is this who looks out the window at the dawn?”

It’s talking about the Bride… us. It means we’re to be as the dawn. The dawn is light that increases. It’s not enough to be a light, you need to be a light that increases and gets brighter.

What about the “looking out the window” part? It could be translated as “Who is this who peeks through like the dawn?” The dawn peaks through as the rays of sun break through the horizon. Dawn is a break through.

Become a person of breakthrough… to learn how, in all situations, especially the dark ones, to break through in hope and victory, and turn any night into morning. For every darkness breaks through like the dawn.

For every gloom, break through with hope, in every bitterness, break through with forgiveness, in every guilt, break through with grace, in every fear, break through with courage, and in every end, break forth with a new beginning. You too will be one who grows like the dawn.

Who is this that appears like the dawn, fair as the moon, bright as the sun, majestic as the stars in procession? Song of Solomon 6:10

Make a commitment today to grow, to increase in God, to grow like the dawn. Start by taking steps today to the next level.

Walk daily with God at your side!

Love always,


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