Jesus said, “For a brief time still, the light is among you. Walk by the light you have so darkness doesn’t destroy you. If you walk in darkness, you don’t know where you’re going. As you have the light, believe in the light. Then the light will be within you, and shining through your lives. You’ll be children of light.”
Walk in the light. Walk in the light. Walk in the light.
Sometimes I have to say this over and over again as the world throws one thing after another at me every day. Work can be such a stretch of the patience sometimes. The grocery store can be a breeding ground for the darkness of the world. Driving can bring a rage we just don’t like to dwell in. Relatives going in the wrong direction can just rub us like sandpaper. The kids doing the wrong things. School just wearing us out. Sigh! Life. It just keeps rolling on by and we have a choice to react or respond to all the situations which pop up.
Jesus was delivered to this earth to bring Light to darkness. If we accept Jesus to be our personal savior then we accept the Light and it becomes the avenue to leading others to Christ. In every situation we have to choose to use the light to expose the darkness. We need to be so focused on Jesus that His Light just becomes a constant flow in our lives.
Coming up soon Revival Warrior’s, a dance group the Lord had me start, will be performing for the first time. As this group has changed and evolved many times in the last few weeks, I know God is at work in all of us and at different levels. He is working on so many aspects of human life it is almost crazy. Insecurities. Shyness. Leadership. Teamwork. Stage fright. Fear of failing. Fear of making too many mistakes. Fear of imperfection. Getting people out of their boxes.
All of these things will shape us more and more into what God desires for us. As we yield to God and mesh as a dance team for Jesus, He will remove the imperfections and the impurities we may have in our hearts. When we come to performance day if we just focus on Jesus and Him alone, the whole dance will fall into place and the hearts of the people in the meeting will be touched by Jesus, not us.
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Knocked it out of the park AGAIN, Brenda!!! Congrats. FAITHFUL Woman of God! ♡♡♡