Shades of grey and black

Shades of grey and black come in many different ways. They show in your clothes but also in your life. You can say you’re a joyful person, but that’s probably just a lie. Shades of grey and black pop up out of know where. Tearing down your smile and good times every which way you think. You tell yourself it’s just a phase, but is it really? Shades of grey and black cause others to look down upon you. They’ll start to think that there might be something wrong with you. You have said that it doesn’t bother you, but that honestly isn’t the truth. Shades of grey and black paint your heart in a bad light. Though it may seem bright, its really not. You’ve convinced yourself that there is nothing wrong with you, but that’s not what everyone else sees.

 These shades of grey and black come in many different ways. They appear in your struggles, they appear in your life, they appear even when your perfectly fine. These shades of grey and black shouldn’t control you, or grip your soul tightly. You should learn to let go of whatever bothers you and give it up to the one who knows everything. Those shades of grey and black aren’t in control of your life, God is. He can erase and wash those colors out, and paint you a new shade of joy.

Shades of grey and black come in different ways. No longer should they hold you, no longer should they stay. You are beautiful and worth every cent. Shades of grey and black are just colors. They do not define others. You have your own color God has painted you with. Shades of grey and black can’t affect you. Your walk with Christ is guarded by a big wall. Shades of grey and black are now just mere specks. You can forget and forgive it. Shades and grey and black no longer exist. Thanks be to Our God, for giving us a great gift. We’re no longer slaves to fear, because we are the children of the God Almighty.