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The Light

I decided years ago to follow the Light. I can see with the Light even when it's dark. Jesus is the Light of my life. He is my anchor. He is my peace. He is the first man I go to when I need peace, comfort, solace, wisdom, direction, you name it. 

Someone called me the other day and told me he had a problem with a certain situation. I asked him if he spoke to the Lord. I asked him if he prayed before he called me. He said he didn't and I told him to ensure he did that first, because God could help him more than I ever could. And God was the first person I was going to call on to tell me what to tell him. And if I could do that he could do it too -- he could make that a practice in his life. It's necessary for Godly guidance.

God should be our natural go-to person no matter what. It should be first nature to go to Him. Then He will tell us how to proceed with man. It's been a practice I've had in my life for a few years now (after realizing I had no other choice), so I know the power of it. The following scriptures are proof that God is there for us always and when we follow him He will continuously direct our paths and make them smooth:

"The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?" (Psalm 27:1).

"Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life”  (John 8:12).

What about you? Who is the first person you turn to?
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