Let there Be Light

During the creation of the world, “Let there be light” was a profound utterance. At Calvary, “Father, forgive them…” ushered in Salvation for “whosoever will”.

We will discover many statements in the Bible that create change if we will allow them to. It is up to us…each one as an individual. God has given to each of us the free will to choose. Our earthly life and our eternity is created by the choices we make. We can only hope and pray that we will utter the words, “Let there be light.”

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6 thoughts on “Let there Be Light

  1. I thank each of you for your thoughts.


  2. I am slowly coming out of the darkness of domestic violence…Let there be light, Dear Lord! show me the light of your never ending love…wrap your arms around me giving me the peace and serenity of your light! amen hugs, queeny

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  3. Let there be LIGHT!!

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  4. “Our earthly life and our eternity is created by the choices we make.”
    Powerful words to ponder.

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  5. Draw near to God and He will draw near to you! James 4:8
    Your Word (O God) is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path Psalm 119

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