A 138-pound cabbage, 65-pound cantaloupe, and 35-pound broccoli are just a few examples of the large vegetables grown in Alaska. Because the sun shines for 19 hours a day in the Alaskan summer, those extra hours allow produce to grow larger.1 In our spiritual lives, don’t we often tend to have little or no time for God? The more we spend focused, unrushed time alone with Him, we will grow and flourish in His love more, and be filled to overflowing with His Spirit (2 Peter 3:18).

Do you want this experience today?

Start now, dig into the Word, and humbly ask the Son to Shine (Revelation 3:20, Matthew 5:16) in you.

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