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  • Writer's pictureDavid and Marilynn Chadwick

My Personal God - My Light

The eternal God of the universe wants to be your close, personal friend. He longs to be your prosperity. Your song. Your portion. God also wants to be the light of your life, something He became to King David: “The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?” (Psalm 27:1). David confesses confidence in God as his light - the source of all goodness and guidance in David’s life. In Scripture, light symbolizes life. Truth. Well-being. God’s light is the same as His truth. So when we turn to God as our light, we walk in His truth. The Lord wants to be your light too. He wants to become your personal God to whom you turn when moral darkness is before you. Your loving Daddy wants to share His light of wisdom, so that you live in His light, not the world’s darkness. This light is also God’s window in heaven. A window he leaves open so we can look to Him as our North Star. Let His ways become our ways. Is the Lord the light of your life? Pray to Him today: Daddy, lead me to your light. When I feel unsafe or unsure, I want you to show me the next step to take. You are my personal God and I trust you. Help me live in your light every day.” Your personal God is a lamp to your feet. And when the Lord is guiding your steps, you neither stumble nor slip.

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