Seeing in the Darkness

Psalm 119:105 which says, “thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. 

When it is foggy our perception is off. Fog has a way of slowing down traffic making it slower than usual for us to get to our destination.

Sometimes you and I are foggy in our spiritual walk. The fog we experience in our lives causes our perception to be blurred. When our vision is blurred we tend to make rash decisions we assume things. Having a foggy perception is like having a film covered on ones eyes. Anytime our eyes are altered in any way we can’t see clearly. It is nerve reckoning when one can’t see something clearly.

We are walkers through the city of this world, and we are often called to go out into its darkness; let us never venture there without the light-giving word, lest we slip with our feet. Each man should use the word of God personally, practically, and habitually, that he may see his way and see what lies in it. When darkness settles down upon all around me, the word of the Lord, like a flaming torch, reveals my way.

We can’t turn on our fog lights like we do with our automobiles, what we have to do go to Psalm 119:105 which says, “thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.  When we stand on God’s Word the fog will disappear right in front of our eyes? AMEN!!!


5 thoughts on “Seeing in the Darkness

  1. Amen! This has been my “go to” verse when praying with people this past year…it’s been the main one I share with everyone!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I look forward to reading more from you. Be blessed!

    1. Thank you Jackie.. And in your time sharing that verse with those who you pray with. The Lord is pleased and He will continue to show you many things. Be blessed my sister. Continue praying for people.

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