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We, as the members of Daylight Tune, have decided to work as a Christian team in our service to the Lord Jesus Christ so Daylight Tune Ministries is founded in the year of 2006. We are a Christian team that is dedicated to provide free resources mainly to equip God’s people in the Word of God. We are passionate to make the Word of God to be easier to understand and fun to learn and make it available to all. The free resources will be provided in the form of inspiration, short articles, Bible study materials, and in a game format.

Why we choose the name of “Daylight Tune Ministries”? This is because “Day” means to us what Jesus said in John 9:4 “As long as it is day, we must do the work of him who sent me. Night is coming, when no one can work.” “Light” represents Jesus as our light. “Tune” means to us the songs we sing to our “Light”. So this website will provide the inspiration songs in MP3 files. So far, Hikari Yori is trying to find the tune by learning a musical instrument called Keyboard. Keyboard is similar to Piano. The inspiration songs in this site will one day have the songs.

Some of us suggested to put Her Story because we are girls, but Hikari suggested to put His Story because our head is Lord Jesus Christ. We also agreed with her as this site ultimately is to glorify Lord Jesus through the gifts He has blessed us, and to provide free resources to our brothers and sisters in Christ. Hikari wants to work together as a team, not a supervisor, and even suggested not to have a leader. But we need a leader so we throw the responsibility to her, the reluctant leader.

We understand that each of us are blessed with different gifts and skills. Each gift complements each other just like a body comprises of different parts as mentioned by the Apostle Paul in the first book of Corinthians chapter 12.

In September 2014, the book of Colossians chapter 4 verse 17 NKJV speak to us where the Apostle Paul speaks to Archippus, “Take heed to the ministry which you have received in The Lord that you may fulfill it.” We hope we can fulfill this while we struggle with our finances in our day job. We are hoping to do our best to our Lord and Saviour to receive His commendation as stated in Matthew 25:21, 23 (NKJV) “His lord said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant . . . Enter into the joy of your lord.’” and Luke 19:17 (NKJV), “And He said to him, ‘Well done, good servant; because you were faithful in a very little, have authority over ten cities.’

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  1. Hi! Thank you for visiting my blog 🙂

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  4. Love the way you think!
    Praise Jesus

  5. Thanks for the visit and the like. Also love the way you think.

    God’s best to you.

  6. Thank you for taking the time to read my blog post! May The Lord grant you a fruitful ministry for the advancement of His kingdom!

  7. Thank you for visiting my haibun ‘Sweeping the Brume’. I enjoy writing in many forms.

    Faith is a unique gift that has many forms. Many your faith continue to bless you all, your group and all you touch with happiness and peace.

  8. dear Yori and Yoshiko.
    I have nominated YOU for the Liebster Blog Award. Please, I humbly ask you to accept this award. Thank you for the positive messages you send out to the Universe!

    Go to this link to retrieve the Liebster Blog Award icon:

    As usual there are several rules in accepting the Liebster Award– they are:

    1. Accept the award, post the picture of the Liebster Award on the top of your post and say who nominated you for the award and list their blog site.

    2. List 11 random facts about yourself.

    3. Nominate 11 other bloggers for the Liebster Award and list their blog sites.

    4. Notify the bloggers of their award.

    5.Ask the award winners 11 questions to answer when they accept their Liebster Award.

    6. Answer the questions left for you by the blogger who gave you the award.

    My Nominations of 11 other bloggers for the Liebster Award and their blog sites:

    [Please note: The chronological order has nothing to do with beauty–or wonder—each are BEAUTIFUL in their own way and should all be #1 ! I just wanted to be sure to follow the rules and award 11, so I numbered them! (smile)]

    1. Laurie’s blog offers helpful understandings of who you are and how to BE your best self as well as stories of the heart.

    2. Simon presents to us deep reflections about how we live, why we live, what we live, and how we can live better…choices.

    3. Yoshiko and Hikari Yori have jointly written a beautiful blog of insightful reflections of daily life and the presence of Jesus in their lives by a husband and wife.

    4. Beebee is a versatile blogger, who writes poetry and weaves her family’s experiences in and our of her lovely postings! She writes about nature and real life. She is also a photographer with a keen eye for the subtleties of life.

    5. This dear author, Sachem, shares with us his Native American heritage, specifically the Eastern Woodland American Traditional Native People. The stories he speaks of are so beautiful and take my heart to a simple way to live life, close to Mother Earth and to the heart of people. It also speaks of the harsh history of our ancestors and the horrible treatment of his people. This blog will give you an honest perspective into the lives of Sachem’s people and could only lead us all to more respect for the Native Americans and help us to all love one another.

    6. David Eugene’s blog provides useful information about healthy vegetables, nature and the world! He travels and is engaged in life…very interesting blog!

    7. Victoria is an aspiring author for Young Adult literature (if I understood the YA correctly!) who is on the way to great success. Her blog is refreshing to read and her mood is light, ambitious and happy! Her joy is felt in her words and her determination is to be admired!

    8. This is a delightful blog of writing and photography, and in the author’s own words, “having fun.”

    9. OR Kieran Meeke presents a traveler’s heart’s delight without leaving the comfort of your home. He is the author of several sites and is a travel writer and editor….what more could we ask for?! The London blog presents us with photographs and a bit of history with each. The “Inherit the Earth” blog takes us to Africa, Australia, the Middle East—everywhere on the globe! Enjoy!

    Kieran in Syria, 2009

    10. This woman writes with such passion and heartfelt sensitivity towards so many! Her writings and poetry are beautiful and penetrate deep into your heart!

    11. Karzan Kardozi is a sensitive writer and photographer from Iraq. The first story of his that caught me deeply was Thalassemia: Shadow of Death. This story moved me because of the sensitivity in which it was written about the family that he came to know over time and the suffering of the family from the generic disease. Karzan writes with his heart! Karzan’s main focus is on films and cinema–his reviews are so interesting to read! But even more profound that all that he writes, is the documentary that he is working on and that should be known around the world: Halabja Documentary: Nasrin’s Story.

    I hope you accept the award, Yori & Yoshiko! I have found the awards so meaningful…it is an honor to receive recognition from a fellow blogger and, more importantly, it encourages one to read other blogs and introduces us to such talented creative people! I think the awards help to strengthen the Writing Community here on WordPress. Congratulations!

    11 questions from me to respond to with your acceptance of the Liebster Award (or choose 5 of the 11):

    1. What is the first thing you do in the morning?

    2. What is your best quality and draw us a portrait of yourself in writing or a poem.

    3. Which is your favorite meal of the day…breakfast? lunch? dinner? and describe it.

    4. What do you enjoy most in life?

    5. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?

    6. What do you “see” when you write? What is the your writing process?

    7. Why are you a blogger?

    8. What is the most important lesson you have learned in your life?

    9. What is your greatest fear and how do you work through it?

    10. If you could meet any person in the world, who would it be and why?

    11. What do you imagine life to be like after death?

  9. Yoshiko, thank you for the follow, I know I will enjoy your site! Here is something I will share with you as some of my poems have been put to music, and our first video is on you-tube called my eternal love… here is the link!

  10. Thanks for the blessing of your visits!

  11. I have nothing but admiration for all you are doing. No-one has ever inspired me more than Jesus. And the Gospel is a message of Love and Hope. Thanks for all you do 🙂

  12. Thanks for the like on ‘A Magic Window’. I appreciate that! You’ve got a nice blog!

  13. I appreciate you taking the time to view my blog site. Our commonality can be found in our message that speaks on a spiritual level. I look forward to reading additional messages.


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