You’ve heard it a thousand times. A small light in a dark place does amazing things to drive away the blindness. A little flame can illuminate a large cave. When the darkness is greatest, a tiny light does a lot of good. But more than simply illuminating the dark room, a small light brings huge hope – especially if you are trapped or lost in the darkness. Suddenly that small source of light becomes your lifeline. It gives you hope that not all is lost; that you can get out; that there is a future beyond your current circumstance. Light brings Hope! You are not trapped. There is a way out. And Jesus Christ – the Light of the world is like a flame of light in a cave of darkness. Not only will He reveal the hidden darkness of the place, but He will give you hope – hope and a future. Because Jesus has been raised from death, there is no darkness, no circumstance, no burden, no cave that is completely hopeless where He is present. Hope in the Light!
If you have any prayer requests, please feel free to send them to me and I’ll be sure our Prayer Partners pray for you specially this week.
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