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TITLE: The People Of The Bible
By Ken Ebright
06/01/09
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This was a challenge story. Please review the the grammer. Did I put the comma's in the right place?
It is better to be with Jesus and in the light then to be in the dark with Satan.

Noah gained God's favor because he was in the light. In that day the human race was in the dark and died in the flood.

Nineveh chose the light and repented and was saved. Sodom and Gomorrah chose to be in the dark and they were destroyed.

David was in the light because he was a man after God's own heart. King Saul (of the Old Testament) was in the dark and lost his kingdom.

Jesus brought light to the world when he died on the cross. Adam made the world a dark place when he sinned.

Paul saw the light and turned his heart to Jesus. When he was Saul he persecuted Christians because he was in the dark.

The people of the Bible teach us to be in the light. The Bible shows us that we should not live in the dark.

If we read God's word daily we will be in the light. It will help our thought to not be in the dark.

Turn to the light today and avoid the dark.
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