My daughter likes the dark. I’m always turning on lights, and she goes around turning them off.
Some people persuade themselves that they like the dark. But after the fake fun wears off, then there’s the Word of God ready to enthrall your heart.
I’m glad God broke into my darkness. Inexpressible joy and peace displaced the depression and loneliness in my heart.
Oh, I’m not immune to depression and loneliness, but there’s a difference between a superficial, temporal bout and a chronic, acute case.
The greatest irony of Christianity is that people are absolutely convinced that they don’t want, like, need what they really want, like, need.
A little light can be seen in much darkness.
One drop of blood is enough for a shark to smell a quarter of a mile away.
Don’t ever discount your impact or potential for Christ. God can use small things to overcome huge things.
The darkness doesn’t quash the light. To the contrary, the darker it is, the greater the light is seen.
Gather in the souls. Each soul is a light to burn brightly for Christ, the Chief and Source of Light. Fret not about the thickening darkness. No matter how tiny your light, no matter how overwhelming the darkness appears to grow, your light will be seen. Don’t run away from the world and hide like hermits. To the contrary, get out more and more into the world and let your light shine.
The easier it gets to get into sin, the more desperate people will become. The more desperate they become, the more they will want Christ. We Christians will be there to rescue them.
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The photo before I worked on it.
Ok, so I’m just a beginner with photoshop. I guess I’m having fun. Maybe I can get a job at Target. They don’t seem to have very good photoshoppers.
I tried to lighten our faces.
Jesus does the best job of bringing light to our families.
The darkness, as it grows, only serves to beautify the light. People will be drawn more and more naturally to the lighthouse under the gathering storm of godlessness. The more hopeless it becomes, the greater the need for hope.
Actually, the lighted waterfall is a sunset striking directly into the water. I read on the site where I got this photo that it’s not photoshopped.
Incredible photo. Nature provides a powerful image of truth.
He makes even the ugliness of life turn beautiful. Don’t hide from the Light. His name is Jesus.
Today I’m filled with buoyancy. The Gospel is now going to advance more than ever because apparently it is receding.
Our nation is becoming darker. Every day, there is more sin: the murder of babies, sexual sin, legalization of drug use, etc. But instead of bemoaning this “decline,” I rejoice. The
What’s the message of this pot? People need this message!
deeper into sin people get, the more desperate they become for answer to the anguish of their souls.
So, let us Christians pray and not whine. Let us outreach. Let us purify our message, eliminating hate. Let’s show love to homosexuals; after all, they are just sinners like the rest of us, not any worse than me and just as needy. Let’s stop being Pharisees condemning to Hell a world crying out for God’s love. Let’s stop trying to legislate morality and show people a better path with our testimonies.
We are on the brink of great revival. Do not blog doom and gloom. Bend your knees and pray. Go on outreach. Hug a sinner. Invite him to coffee. Talk to him and show him he’s a human being.
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Instead of spray-paint, they use flashlights, traffic batons, led lights, roadside flares, Xenon lights and spotlights. Their artwork shows only on long exposure film, so it doesn’t deface property but creates a work of whimsy, of beauty, of calligraphy or of science fiction.
They’re called light graffiti artists or light painters, and their work is enchanting. Pablo Picasso experimented with this art in his waning years. A new generation of avante garde artists, now armed with the latest technology, are giving full rein to their imagination. The artist doesn’t appear, only the light, because he moves quickly in the dark and doesn’t get caught on the long exposure setting. Sometimes they stay still and show up in the photo. You can do it too, if you get the right equipment!
Shouldn’t the light be beautiful? Let your light shine in such a way today that it makes someone pause and take notice. May they admire the Author of Lights.
By heating a glow stick, you can make it brighter. By chilling it, it will last longer (but be dimmer).
Glow sticks work by containing two separate chemicals that are mixed together when the flexible outer container is bent, breaking an inner ampoule.
When diphenyl oxalate reacts with hydrogen peroxide, it emits light.
Inventors thought it would safer than the flare to cordon off highway hazards. But carnival hawkers have made a killing selling them at nighttime events.
When the Christian allows himself to be broken inside, and when he mixes Bible with prayer, the resulting faith emit lights. Heat it up, and it will be brighter. But you need to keep adding the ingredients or it will die down.
The Inventor of Gospel light intended it to save people from the hazards of sin.
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