The Light of Christ Journey

Encouraging people on their journey with Christ

Forgiveness brings freedom, a gift the Lord wants to give anyone struggling with forgiving another person. Sometimes, struggles leave us deeply hurt, even if it isn’t our fault. These may include a relationship problem, false accusations, or physical or emotional abuse. These can be the source of the root of bitterness in our hearts. The …

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God uses life to refine us as we walk through our time on earth. When life is going well, we focus on things that may not be all that important. The Lord uses trials to recalibrate our minds and hearts as they occur. When I am undergoing emotional or physical difficulty, the little things in …

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A question many people wrestle with is: will God forgive me when I fail? One of my friends had two abortions and wrestled with this sin for many years. One day we had a private forgiveness service for her, where she also gave the children names. In God’s grace, great healing took place as she …

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Overcoming regret can set us free and put us on a new path in life. In your life, you may have made poor choices that resulted in broken relationships or doing something that had significant consequences. If we are honest, we sin daily. There are things in everyone’s life that we could have done better …

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Turning to God for forgiveness takes humility. Life has many twists and turns, and the Lord often uses our circumstances to get our attention. Often it takes coming to the end of ourselves before we give up and turn to God. Sometimes turning to God becomes our only option. Perhaps you are there now. You …

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Have you taken time to praise the Lord for what He has done in your life? As people, we soon forget all the Lord’s blessings and move on to the next part of our life. Throughout the Bible, we see people forgetting about God’s blessings. If you struggle with taking time out to praise the …

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Loving God means loving people. This may be a correlation that seems obvious to some but not to others. In our story, four men take their paralyzed friend to Jesus. When they arrived at the house where Jesus was teaching, there was no room for them to get in the door. These faithful men would …

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