The Light of Christ Journey

Encouraging people on their journey with Christ

Where do I go when life gets hard? I recommend you turn to God when life is difficult. Life can be difficult for various reasons. It could be a loss of a job, ill health, marriage failure, political problems, or some other crisis. No matter who you are, there will come a time where life …

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Showing concern for others can make a difference. How does it make you feel when someone shows sincere concern for you? I believe most people feel uplifted when someone is concerned about their life. We often become discouraged when no one notices when we are struggling. The Apostle Paul gives us insight into the importance …

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Do you need hope with all that is going on in this chaotic world? I believe if we are honest with ourselves, we all need hope. Why do we have Bible prophecy? It gives us hope. Hope changes the way we perceive the present and the future. Merriam Webster defines hope: To expect with confidence. …

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Surprisingly, the act of rejoicing transforms us. Paul gives us some amazing insight about rejoicing. Philippians 4:4 Always be full of joy in the Lord. I say it again—rejoice![1] Notice Paul says our joy is in the Lord not in our circumstances that try to steal our joy from us. Science tells us when we are …

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In the Scriptures darkness is often contrasted to light. Darkness is associated with sin and light is compared to good. The question is will you let Jesus light your path? Jesus teaches how He is the light. John 8:12Jesus spoke to the people once more and said, “I am the light of the world. If …

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Life has its ups and downs and sometimes we experience tough times. Difficult times can be caused by poor choices, relationship problems, health complications, job issues, or any number of things. How can we be encouraged in difficult times? Where do we turn and what do we do when issues of the day seem threaten …

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