FaithWriters Great Multitude Christian Daily Devotional Inspired by Rev 7:9-12
"When you cannot see the light" by Maria Egilsson
"The people remained at a distance, while Moses approached the thick darkness where God was." Exodus 20:21 (NIV)
Maria Egilsson is from Manitoba, Canada. She is a Christian writer, coffee lover & Jesus follower. Contact
We know the truth of God's word that tells us the He will never leave us nor will He forsake us but when there are seasons that are hard and painful we wonder in all our desperate humanness, "Where is God?". But maybe there are times when God asks us to approach this thick darkness because He IS there waiting for us. Maybe, just maybe, there hovers an encounter like no other we have ever experienced, something that will change us forever. We can take encouragement from Moses. He walked straight into the darkness not knowing and not seeing a step ahead. There Moses had an encounter with God in such a powerful way that changed the course of his future
God is God whether there is light or dark. You may not see with your natural eyes but your heart will know that He is there. You may not feel that you can "fly" or you may not even see light for the next step at this time, however, you are never alone. He is with you and you can put your hand securely into His.
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