WALK IN HIS LIGHT! – 1 John 1:7 Devotional

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1 John 1:7 – Devotional

1 John 1:7

“If we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus Christ His Son cleanses us from all sin.

Some people have better night vision than others. I am told it has to do with rods in the retina. I guess my night vision is fairly good, though I am not sure how you are able to compare it with the average … but I do not stumble too often. As a teen I did stumble a few times when I came in after a date with Joyce and did not want to turn on the lights. Mom had a habit of re-arranging furniture!

As a police officer I frequently had to enter dark buildings that had been found unlocked. With only a flashlight to illuminate large warehouse areas, it was vital to only walk in the beam of light.

Jesus is the Light of the World. In order to insure we do not stray into dangerous territory, we must follow in the light of His word. There are people who try to tell us to follow them, but that can lead to great danger.

When we search the word of God and walk in its light, we will be able to stay on the right path and prevent falling into error. It will also lead us to the fellowship of others who are committed to walking in the light.

Blessings dear hearts! Walk with God today and be a blessing!

– – – Pastor Cecil

The Bible in One Year & Prayer

June 10th: 1 Kings 7:1-51; Acts 7:30-50; Psalm 128:1-6; and Proverbs 16:31-33

New Testament Scripture & Prayer

June 10th: Acts 7:30-50; Psalm 128:1-6; and Proverbs 16:31-33

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