The Light of Christ Journey

Encouraging people on their journey with Christ

As we go through life, others around us have a great influence on us especially our parents, relatives, teachers, and other leaders. Often, we don’t realize the influence we have by what we say and do. I remember a next-door neighbor that lived on a nearby farm. He never taught a Bible study or preached …

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Throughout the Scripture, the Lord reveals to us that He fights for us and intervenes in our lives. Let that thought sink in for a minute. In the invisible realm angels protect and fight for us. Hebrews 1:14 Therefore, angels are only servants—spirits sent to care for people who will inherit salvation.[1] In our story of …

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The Hebrews were told to leave Egypt by the Pharaoh and everything was going great. They were happy and filled with joy because God had rescued them from slavery. All that switched when the Pharaoh changed his mind and began to pursue the Hebrews. The Hebrews cried out to God and complained to Moses. It …

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In our story of Moses, the Pharaoh let the Hebrews leave Egypt after the tenth plague, but then changed his mind and chased after them. The Hebrews cried out to God because they thought they would die in the desert at the hands of the Egyptian army who was pursuing them. Exodus 14:10 As Pharaoh approached, …

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The word “heart” is an important word any time it is used in the Bible. And it is especially important when it is used regarding our spiritual condition. When I have a hardened heart toward God, I am distant and cold toward the Lord and am not in a relationship with Him. A hardened heart …

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Often, when tragedy happens or we are in a difficult spot, we may question God. God, why did this happen? Lord, what good could possibly come from this? Lord, you took her home to be with You when we needed her. Maybe you have experienced this in your life. We don’t always understand what God …

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A few years ago, we were on a bicycle trip that took us through an old railroad tunnel. The tunnel was long and dark, and you needed to walk your bicycle through with a flashlight. As you went further into the tunnel eventually you could see the light at the other end. It was literally …

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