“I am under vows to you, my God;
    I will present my thank offerings to you.
For you have delivered me from death
    and my feet from stumbling,
that I may walk before God
    in the light of life.”

Psalm 56:12-13

King David knew the purpose for which God had saved and rescued him. That is why he never forgot the Light when he came out of darkness.


When you do not appreciate life, you cannot appreciate its Creator. When you do not know you have been rescued from darkness, you cannot truly value the light. Ask Apostle Paul and he will tell you in Ephesians 5:8, “For you were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Live as children of light.” No matter how dark your situation may seem right now, if we focus on Jesus and His Word, His light will illuminate our soul.


Sometimes the beauty of life is hidden in the dark ; it is already there for those who discover it in the light of revelation.


Are you walking before God in the light of life? Take a moment to ask yourself this question. Because that is the reason for your blessing, your healing, your deliverance, your salvation.

It is true that this world is not our home; we are just passing through but on our journey, we are not here to get used to darkness but to shine as light.



“Worry interferes with God’s Spirit in our lives and destroys our sense of judgment. The human spirit when free from the burden of worry, fear and sin is sensitive to the Spirit of God. Your heart needs to be at its best for God before you can pray. .”


“Jesus was very clear that the path to greatness lay in serving others by obeying God. Although He was the Son of God, He learned obedience by what He suffered, obedience to His Father’s will. It was in obedience to God that Jesus became a servant of all.”


“No man knows by the present sign or situation what the future holds. Does your present situation cause you to doubt God’s promise in your life? It took 13 years for Joseph’s dream to come to pass but he never doubted the Giver of the dream. He knew he was a child of promise.”