Our skin, as most of us know, is the largest organ of our body. It covers us from head to toe, and shaded in many colors. It is our first line of defense against rain, snow, heat, cold, and disease.
Generally speaking, most people want to have smooth, clear, youthful skin. No blemishes, spots, or wrinkles. Millions of dollars are spent to ensure this. In magazines, movies, and other outlets, the portrayal of youthful skin titillates our eyes.
In fact, we’re told that if our skin is bruised, cut, burned, we do whatever we can to get it back to it’s original state. Sometimes we want to hide the ravaging effects of trauma, whatever that may be, from the world or even ourselves.
There is more to this than just a physical part of our body. The skin we’re in encases a soul that is shaped by the experiences. Those events can be positive or negative but they are there. Even so, God uses this soul, wrapped in this skin, to bring about His will.
Join me as we discuss this issue with Jewel Tyler, author of the book, “The Skin I’m In”. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV Radio mobile app today. Any way you can, join us.