The Light of Christ Journey

Encouraging people on their journey with Christ

One of the most important needs for anyone is to be comforted, especially in difficult times. David speaks of this in Psalm 23:4 Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid, for you are close beside me. Your rod and your staff protect and comfort me. [1] It isn’t only small …

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When Saul was on the road to Damascus to persecute believers, the Lord knocked him off his horse, blinded him and asked him why he was persecuting Him. Saul’s understanding of Scripture had been shaken. He thought he was doing God’s will only to find out he was greatly deceived. After being led to Damascus …

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To move forward spiritually is not easy and takes effort. Our own free will and our sinful nature often stand in our way of making progress along our spiritual journey. The changed Saul (Paul) writes about this transformation. Colossians 3:1Since you have been raised to new life with Christ, set your sights on the realities …

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Throughout the Bible God gives divine direction to His children. Here three examples: Noah was given divine direction to build an Ark.  Lot was given divine direction to leave Sodom. Joseph was given divine direction to take Mary as his wife.  In the story of the of Saul, God gave divine direction to a believer …

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Have you ever experienced God’s divine intervention? If you are a follower of Jesus, God has intervened. When the Lord prompts you to pray, that is divine intervention. When the Lord places you at the right time and the right place to help or encourage someone, that is divine intervention. I believe the Lord intervenes …

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As a young man, Saul received extensive teaching in the Scripture of the day, (our Old Testament) and was knowledgeable. Although he knew a lot about God, he really did not know the God of the Bible. This lack of relationship with God resulted in Saul being deceived. He was unable to see the identity …

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