God’s Invisible, Ever-present Light

Shine a light away from you in a dark room. Do you see the beam in midair? Probably not. Light beams will be invisible to you when the air is clear. Does that mean they aren’t there? Of course not. When there is dust, water, or other particles in the air, light beams reflect off of them and can be seen.

When things are going smoothly in our lives, we may forget about God’s invisible, ever-present light, but when things get rough and unsettled, our atmosphere fills with debris. There, all around us, His
light is evident.

[Jesus said,] “And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”

Matthew 28:20, NLT

Photo credits in order: window by Chris Liu on Unsplash; cave by Ivana Cojina on Unsplash; cave by Jared Rice on Unsplash; woods by Johannes Pleno on Pexels; night by Tomas Anunziata on Pexels, and face by Masha Raymers on Pexels.

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