4/20/2008

Jayservation: 002/2008

Recently our pastor was leading us through John 11 which is the section where Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead. It wasn’t the usual high powered miracle that caught my eye this particular night (nor was it the famous “shortest verse in the Bible”) but something earlier in the passage. As you start your work week, remember this practical advice from Jesus of Nazareth.

“Anyone who walks in daylight doesn’t stumble because there’s plenty of light from the sun. Walking at night, he might very well stumble because he can’t see where he is going.” (John 11: 9,10 The Message)

Ain’t that the truth. May you have fewer bruised shins and stubbed toes as you move through the coming days.

2 comments:

mycotn said...

Glad you've taken back to posting your observations. Light and darkness... walking... His word being a lamp to our feet and a light for our path... we who were living in darkness have seen a great light... a light has dawned in the shadow of death... see to it then that the light within you is not darkness... the night is nearly over; the day is almost here... let us put aside the deeds of darkness and put on the armor of light... God is light; in him there is no darkness at all.

Jaysephus said...

Glad to see my one reader has returned. Thanks for giving my life some continuity.