“Our faces, then, are not covered. We all show the Lord’s glory, and we are being changed to be like him.” – 2 Corinthians 3:18

The purpose of worship is to change the face of the worshiper.

That is exactly what happened to Christ on the mountain. Jesus’ appearance was changed:

“His face became bright like the sun” – Matthew 17:2

The connection between the face and worship is more than coincidental.

Our face is the most public part of our bodies, covered less than any other area.

It is also the most recognizable part of our bodies.

We don’t fill a school annual with photos of people’s toes but rather with photos of their faces.

God desires to take our faces, this exposed and memorable part of our bodies, and use them to reflect his goodness.” from “Just Like Jesus” by Max Lucado.

Can you imagine a yearbook full of people’s toes?!

Reflect His glory with your face, today.

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