Darkness

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I walk in the early morning hours when it is still dark. The moon, street lamps, and porch lights give just enough indirect light for me to safely proceed.

I have learned that when you walk in darkness even a little light can make a world of difference.

That little bit of light keeps me from stumbling over a crack or rise in the sidewalk.

That little bit of light keeps me from running into unexpected obstacles in my path (like a chair sitting on the sidewalk).

I’ve learned that we don’t have to be a bright light to make a big change in someone else’s world. Just a little light is all that is needed to make a difference.

How can you and I shine a little light into someone else’s darkness today?

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One thought on “Darkness

  1. Pam Proctor

    Another well written blog. I saw that sofa today! Keep writing and we will keep reading. Praying that God will continue to work in and through us all … bit by bit.

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