“And now these three remain: faith; hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.” 1 Corinthians 13:13 Golden opportunity. Tickled pink. Green thumb. Red tape. Color permeates our very language. Bible writers also splashed color throughout their narratives: the priestly breastplate; Joseph’s multi-colored coat; Rahab’s scarlet cord; Lydia’s purple cloth. Before that; God colored His world—from the cornflower blues and ruby reds of that first rainbow to the gemstone oranges; mint greens; and purples in the foundation of the New Jerusalem. Today Jesus invites His daughters to color their world. Not only with resources; time; and talent but also in hues of faith and hope; always remembering that “the greatest of these [colors] is love” (1 Corinthians 13:13; NKJV). Witness; then; the broad strokes with which women in these stories have colored their spheres of influence as they fight human trafficking; adopt abused animals; slip shoes on the feet of a suffering stranger; and routinely forego Christmas dinners to feed the homeless. And what about you? Heaven has already provided your canvas and coloring materials. So what are you waiting for? Go . . . and color your world with His love!