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Letting The Lord Light Us Up!

Morning Inspiration! O Lord, you are my lamp.
The Lord lights up my darkness.
2 Samuel 22:29
King David wrote a long, heartfelt prayer of gratitude to God, after being rescued from his enemies. He says the Lord is his rock, his shield & his strong fortress...yet calling God his lamp, makes this verse stands out to me. For all his success, David had many dark periods in his life. Some were self caused, others not his fault in any way. Isn’t that the case for many of us? Through it all, he looked to God as his guiding light. I’m teaching at New Covenant Church this Sunday, and my message is A Year of Light In The Lord. I pray you’ll join us for a look at how the Light of Jesus in our life, makes ALL the difference. You’ll go home with a suggested Scripture about God’s Light, to help you through every month of the year to come.

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