The Light of Christ Journey

Encouraging people on their journey with Christ

Obeying God brings spiritual rewards into our lives. Would you like the blessings of the Lord poured out into your life? This may not be something you have given much thought to, but it affects your daily life journey. The world usually thinks of blessings in terms of wealth, but God’s blessings are a different …

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Blessing our children is one of the most important ways we can impact our children on an ongoing basis. Children and adults must be nurtured, encouraged, and cared for to become the people God wants them to be. There may be someone in your life the Lord is placing on your heart who needs to …

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Blessing others is a gift the Lord gives us as He works through us. When we receive a blessing from others, it lifts us up and makes us feel cared for. I was listening to a podcast about a water well ministry to foreign countries and what a blessing it was. As communities received their …

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The blessing of passing God’s test are different for everyone. These blessings depend on how God works out His plan. Just as the Lord’s plans are unique, so are His tests. God gave Abraham a challenging test when He asked him to sacrifice his only son Isaac. God had previously tested Abraham. At times Abraham …

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It can be surprising when hardships become a blessing. This concept is hard to fathom when you are in a difficult situation. A friend had a baby born with many physical handicaps that lived less than one year. Although this child’s life was short, she was loved, cared for, and impacted many people. She was …

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Why is blessing others important? Think about it. Was there a person or persons who you can recall blessed you in some way? Maybe it was an act of kindness, and encouraging word, a caring family member, mentor or teacher, etc. How did this blessing affect you? Some people may have experienced few blessings in …

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We live in a selfish world that tells us to look out for ourselves, and, perhaps, our own immediate family.  That way, according to conventional wisdom, we can ensure that we will always have enough for ourselves and for our own.  But that doesn’t work in God’s economy.  In fact, it’s the other way around. …

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