Clothes Inside Out…..

If I were to walk into the room with my clothes inside out….

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Some might giggle, some might point and whisper behind my back, maybe a friend would point out the problem.

“Your clothes are inside out.”

My response, “Yes, I know. Are yours?”

What does it mean to walk through life with one’s clothes inside out?

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We all want to bring Christ into the world, don’t we?

We all want to leave the world a more beautiful place don’t we?

We all want others to know God’s magnificent love, don’t we?

Isn’t our world starved for something beyond one dimensional living?

Living from the inside out is to live with passion…

Living from the inside out is to live with compassion…

Living from the inside out is living from the source of living water within us…

Living from the inside out brings our unique stamp of the Divine image and likeness into the crowds of cookie cutter people hiding behind their fleshly garments.

Living from the inside out steps forward Spirit first.

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Living from the inside out is putting one’s heart on one’s sleeve and walking through the day…

Living from the inside out draws attention at times…

But Living from the inside out draws others into the embrace of God.

Living from the inside out….how will you dress this day?

I dare you….live with your clothes inside out!

“Whoever believes in me, as scripture says: ‘Rivers of living water will flow from within him.'”

John 7:38

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7 thoughts on “Clothes Inside Out…..

      • It actually spoke very loudly to me.
        I’m an adult with Aspergers, a lot of people on the spectrum find some clothing difficult because of sensory dysfunction. Being a bit unique is something that I’m very used to. Thank you for your post. 🙂

      • I think those of us who are more “sensitive” live life more deeply than many. It is that uniqueness we have to share with the world. I stopeed by your blog alienhippy and was touched. Your God given uniqueness shines through…thank you for being who you are and being that well! You are blessing many to show that what one person may see as a handicap the truth is it can really be lived out as a gift! God bless you! Keep writing!

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