Luke 2:32

"A light to lighten the Gentiles, and the glory of thy people Israel"

The birth of Jesus meant so much to the Israelites. Particularly, it meant God’s glory to the people in all their struggles; which cannot be denied or hidden. The birth of Jesus released the salvation, justification and sanctification much expected and needed by the Israelites. This season is the biggest celebration amongst the Jews and Gentiles even until the present day. The Glory is still with us.

The season provided light in the lives of both the Jews and the Gentiles to celebrate. Majority of people all over the world celebrate this season. Everyone deserves to have the light, not only in the physical, but also in the spiritual. Light is beautiful and it makes the ways of life clearer and easy to navigate.

No wonder, many Christians decorate their houses with the light at this season outside and inside their houses. We see more physical lights on the outside than spiritual light inside in some cases. The important point today is for us to turn on the spiritual light daily. We should not take the light down or turn it off in our soul. Let the light lighten every area of our lives. Live in the light, walk in the light, define your life in the light, leaving nothing to the darkness. Let Jesus continue to be our light – amen!

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for keeping me standing in the light, in Jesus Name.
2) Lord, let the light keep shining upon my entire life, in Jesus Name.
3) Father, let me keep living my life full of the light of Jesus, in Jesus Name.
4) Lord, keep your light shining upon the path of my life, in Jesus Name.
5) Father, let the blessings of thy glory be evident in my household, in Jesus Name.
6) Lord, remove my life from every cause of darkness, in Jesus Name.
7) Almighty God, let all wars and battles come to an end in Jesus Name.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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