Great light is crucial for most photographers. As an amateur, I regularly seek proper lighting. Photographers lust after and chase after just the right light well aware of the role it plays for noteworthy images.
God’s Light is no different. It is crucial for us. We may not readily recognize it but God’s illumination and revelation are what we crave to reach our full potential.
This year, I decided I want to do more than chase light.
I want to create it.
So, I enrolled in an annual photography class that meets next week. It is the same class I’ve considered the past two years but never dared rearranged my schedule to attend.
One of my best friends posted New Year’s Day, “Nothing changes when nothing changes.”
I will talk less and listen more. I will allow God to lead me instead going my own way. I will rearrange my priorities.
These are a few things I’m doing differently to avail myself to more of God’s Light this year.
Some would say my goals are unnecessary.
And they are, for salvation.
I want to develop into all God wants of me.
Nothing changes when nothing changes.
Choose to change.
Circumstances may appear unchangeable, yet, altering our attitudes, expectations and actions often allows miracles to find us.
Start small and keep going.
And should you stop, choose to begin again.
May we all see good God’s Light in 2016.
Happy New Year!
The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?
Psalm 27: 1 NKJV