Get rid of the dimmer switch!
3Then God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light.4 And God saw that the light was good. Then he separated the light from the darkness.
I have often wondered if God meant for the separation of “light” and “darkness” in the above bible passage to actually be a metaphor for Jesus and Satan or good and evil. God created light first and then He separated the light from the darkness. Maybe God was telling us no matter what He will guide us with His light regardless of how dark it may seem. If you think about it you can’t see into the darkness until you have a light and in the light there is no darkness. Since all is visible in the light what is there to fear?
But I have a question for you, what about the in between stage you know…
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