Today is National Color Day. The focus today is on how colors can affect our moods, or how it can make a big impact. Think about a bright blue sky, and how the yellowy-green leaves of a tree show up against it. Or think of a sunset. Or maybe the crazy colors in a bag of Sour Patch Kids. Color is a big part of our lives–not just in art class. Doing a drawing or watercolor painting project is great, but don’t limit God’s creativity to just that–take a walk around and notice all the color in the world today.
Fun fact for the day: did you know that there’s a theory of how colors can impact moods? Like red makes you hungry. And this chart shows what the colors represent.
Color is a big part of God’s world–He is the ultimate Creator. Spend some time with Him outside–take a walk and say a prayer of worship and wonder, just talking to God and noticing all the cool, colorful things He created.
“Our Lord and God! You are worthy to receive glory and honor and power. You made all things. Everything existed and was made because you wanted it.
Revelation 4:11 (ERV)
Dear Jesus, You are almighty and glorious. The world around me is glorious–help me to appreciate it and the wonder of color today. Amen.