Thank you. For all of you who continue to read BibleTalk, I thank you. Today also I ask forgiveness because I forgot to post a lesson this week. We spent the last couple of days with my sister-in-law for her birthday. The lesson simply slipped my mind. I love that you continue to subscribe and continue to read in spite of my forgetfulness. As a sort of “make-up” for missing this week’s lesson, please read this post I made on my MyChurch page.
In Christ always, Steve Preston
Glow in the Dark Stars
I love glow in the dark stars. My wife bought some for me one time and I stuck them all over the ceilings in my bedroom and office. Some are just randomly placed and others are in the form of constellations. It fascinates me that they glow for so long after we turn the lights out. It’s almost like lying on the ground outside at night. As I woke up this morning, the glow of the stars was barely visible. I had to squint to see some of them. It occurred to me that those stars are a lot like Christians. Our light gets brighter the longer we stay with our Lord Jesus. If we happen to turn off that "light" and walk away from God, our glow grows fainter and fainter till no one can see our light anymore. God calls for us to "let our light so shine" (Matthew 5:16). Our glow will remain strong as long as we stay in the Son.
1:7 but if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanseth us from all sin.
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