“O magnify the LORD with me, and let us exalt his name together” (Psalm 34:3).
Most of us (those over 60 years old) have had an opportunity to use a magnifying glass at one time or another. In fact, if we wear bifocals or use reading glasses, their job is to magnify (help us see clearly) what we see when we read print that is too small for our “unaided” eyes to see. Magnifying works! We can see small print and continue to enjoy reading!
If magnifying the print works well for us to read, how much more would magnifying God help others to “see” Him for who He is? Didn’t Paul say, “we are epistles read of men?” So, what are they reading when they see us? Are we magnifying the One we say we love or are we magnifying the one who hates God? Time to think!
When you finish thinking, “magnify The Lord with me” and let us together help others see, just how good God is, just how great a provider He is, just how awesome He is, just how merciful He is, just how wonderful a healer He is, just how forgiving He is, just how loving He is! Magnify Him wherever you go, whenever you get a chance–let your lifestyle magnify The Lord on a consistent basis.