The circumstance when you’re trying to get through unfamiliar territory in the form of a dark room and someone turns on the overhead light:
The time when you are driving in the pouring rain, windshield wipers full bore, and the clouds break, you drive out of the storm, the sun flitters down:
When, as a child, your fears creep in and your mind is choked and the comfort of a single small light glowing from the wall in the figure of Mickey Mouse gives way to sweet slumber:
That moment when the stains of the past grip your heart in cold painful fingers and refuse to release you from the past suddenly, the truth shines in. Someone has paid the price, the prison cell is open and freedom from sin stands before you in the simple yet profound choice of asking for it:
How many different ways light can effect?
What a wonderful picture that even the smallest child prefers to be in the light.
Our souls long for the things that darkness (otherwise known as sin and wickedness) strive to put out of the world:
There are all of these things in the Light:
John 8:12 “Then Jesus spoke to them again, saying, ‘I am the light of the world, he who follows Me shall not walk in darkness, but have the light of life.’”
If you are struggling in the darkness of despair, discouragement, worry, grief, loss, brokenness, illness, or any of the others, remember:
you do not have to stay there.
Look to the Light and find hope in Jesus Christ.
Not sure where to start?
Read the Gospel of John.
Open your heart to Jesus Christ and let His light shine upon your soul.
Choose to leave fear and doubt.
Dear Lord Jesus,
Thank You so much for light. Light of the Sun, light from bulbs, even the flashlight on my phone. Each one reminds me of how incredible You are. Your light shines into my heart and heals and restores me. It teaches me how to walk with You and how to avoid sin. Please, help me not only to see Your light, but to be the Moon and reflect You wherever I go. I love You, Jesus. Thank You.