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For Those in Darkness

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This week Pastor Dave talks about the connection between Christmas and the cross, between peace and Jesus. Today he is sharing that in order to have life, we need light – the light of Jesus. Jesus shines through the darkness of despair and sin in our world to bring us his amazing love!

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7 thoughts on “For Those in Darkness

  1. Jesus spoke to the people once more and said, "I am the light of the world. If you follow me, you won't have to walk in darkness, because you will have the light that leads to life." – John 8:12Truth everyone needs to know!

  2. Pastor Dave, Amen!!!  We need The Light of our Lord Jesus to survive in this life and throughout eternity!!!  Blessings & God's Peace, GGG

  3. I have been through depression, as a believer. I know that it was a medical condition. I felt like I was encased in darkness, but it was not the darkness of unbelief. I think we need to be careful that the darkness of depression is not equated to the darkness of unbelief. I am happy to say that I am in remission from my depression, but this kind of made me feel uncomfortable. My depression wasn't unbelief. Can you clarify?

    • +Julie Uher Absolutely Julie! Sorry for the confusion. Pastor Dave was not trying to equate the two: depression and unbelief. He was addressing that the darkness of depression makes it a struggle to see God's light. The devil wants to use darkness to take us away from God's light. Does that make sense?

    • +Your Time of Grace I think of darkness representing unbelief and light representing faith. It is difficult to see the way out of depression, but I just think it is a different type of darkness. Jesus never left me when I was depressed, but I needed the counseling and medication to help fix the medical problem. God provided me with those tools so that I could be happy again.

    • +Julie Uher You are right – it is definitely a different type of darkness. We are praising God that he brought you out of your struggles with it!

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