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"For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent, and for Jerusalem’s sake I will not be quiet, until her righteousness goes forth as brightness, and her salvation as a burning torch" (Isaiah 62:1).

In other words, for God's sake I will not keep silent and I will speak. That's exactly what He wants us to do. He wants us to open our mouths and speak on His behalf. John 12:32 says, Jesus, when He is lifted up from the earth, will draw all men [people] to Him.' Can't we also draw people unto Him if we are made in His image and covered by His blood? Why not? Why can't we do whatever it is we were born to do, to draw people to Him? Why can't we use our voices to do that? We can indeed and you know what else we can do? We can use the gifts and talents He blessed us with to step it up. We can do much more. Each one of us has something unique only we can do and no other soul can do it. What do I mean? If two people sing the same exact song, the songs will be different, because two different people sang them. God only made one you and you possess gifts no one else does, because you're fearfully and wonderfully made by God. So, if you're not already using what God gave you, now is the time to start opening your mouth and start drawing people to the Lord in only the way He made you to do. We can all say and do something. 

For Zion's sake.
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