It’s not until we experience darkness that we realize how desperately we need the light.
When we fail to respond to the light that is Christ and surrender to Him, our darkness increases. Apart from Him, our lives are void of peace, perspective and purpose. However, we need not fear the darkness because we can live with reverence for the Lord.Lyli Dunbar, Proverbs 31 Ministries
I sometimes use the First 5 app for Bible study and morning devotions, but I’m terrible at reading their posts in order. If another title catches my eye, then that’s what I end up reading for the day.
Today’s is A Darkness to be Felt from the series, “How Do I Get Through This?”
One of the first songs I thought of after reading this devotion is from Third Day, “There’s a light at the end of this tunnel for you.”
Yes, God has called us out of darkness into His marvelous light. Why do so many people stay in the tunnel? Why stay hidden alone in the void?
Maybe, it’s because they don’t know the way out. You could be the one to show them.
It also could be because they don’t want to be exposed. They don’t want a bright light – a Holy Light – revealing what they’ve become in the darkness.
Whatever is keeping you or someone you love in The Upside Down with a broken flashlight, allow this devotion and playlist to be a reminder that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Get up. Listen, for He speaks your name.
When we fail to respond to the light that is Christ and surrender to Him, our darkness increases. Apart from Him, our lives are void of peace, perspective and purpose.Lyli Dunbar, Proverbs 31 Ministries
🎶 Light & Darkness – My playlist on Apple Music
🎶 Tremble – Mosaic MSC, Youtube
🎶 Salt & Light – Lauren Daigle, Youtube
🎶 Salt & Light – Lauren Daigle, Apple Music
🎶 Tunnel – Third Day, Apple Music
🎶 Tunnel – Third Day, Youtube