CC Madhya 20.159

brahma — aṅga-kānti tāṅra, nirviśeṣa prakāśe
sūrya yena carma-cakṣe jyotirmaya bhāse
Synonyms: 
brahma — the impersonal Brahman effulgence; aṅga-kānti — the bodily rays; tāṅra — of Him; nirviśeṣa — without varieties; prakāśe — manifestation; sūrya yena — exactly like the sun; carma-cakṣe — with our ordinary material eyes; jyotiḥ-maya — simply effulgent; bhāse — appears.
Translation: 
“The manifestation of the impersonal Brahman effulgence, which is without variety, is the rays of Kṛṣṇa’s bodily effulgence. It is exactly like the sun. When the sun is seen by our ordinary eyes, it appears to consist simply of effulgence.