A world with darkness is a world without faith. The Bible in John 1:5 highlights that when light shines, darkness cannot comprehend it. It is good to understand Jesus’ light when we invite him to remove the darkness in and surrounding us.
God through His Word encourage us, inspires us and motivates us to be light in a dark world. Being a light is being true and honest in whatever we see and talk.
Darkness is a state of confusion and deception and ill truth. When we come out of darkness, we experience things miraculously and happily as much as darkness will at times fall on us. We come to being light when we testify what we see and feel is God’s doing.
When we choose to follow God’s commands and reject darkness, others notice the light. When you’ve held to truth your light will shine. It may not be everyone that will come to us or respond positively but there will always be some that will be drawn in by that light.
At times we face a lot of problems and loose focus on Christ. For a moment, we take our eyes off the savior, we are tempted to slip into darkness. We should set our eyes, minds, souls and hearts towards the redeemer, the light. Moving out of darkness into his light is proclaiming the Lord and walking in his light. Being in obedience and ready to change a situation.
In 1 John 1:5-7, the Bible says that God is light and in him there is no darkness at all. We should put ourselves out there and let our light shine before men. We ought to live a life that depicts that God lives in us.
A light gives us visual in what we cannot see in darkness. We should serve others gladly and with a willing heart. From darkness to light is coming out of a situation to change a situation. Believing in oneself and what we can do for others.
Into the light we should be obedient and putting ourselves out as witnesses. When we are called into light, we are trusted in a position we can change to sett up example for others and rescuing those in the dark.
When your bright light starts to fade, fire up your lighter. Be the best and trust in Jesus.