In chapter three of Wounded Women of the Bible, I share my experience with visiting a cave. I confess I didn't like the darkness. Complete darkness in a cave is suffocating. I realized that day I held something very important. I held a flashlight. Our guide told us when to turn our lights back on. Perhaps that’s one reason I didn’t like it. I felt out of control. The truth is, I had the power to bring the light back into my life.
We have the control to do something about our darkness. We have the power to turn our lights on. Get the healing we need and move forward into freedom.
The Bible teaches that in Christ there is no darkness. Psalm 139 tells us that the darkness shines as bright as day to God. When we see darkness, God sees light. He is light. In Him, there is no darkness. His light is shining very bright around us.
What wounds have kept you in the dark? Perhaps it’s time to get that much-needed healing your heart desires.
Step into the light, my friend.
Decide that you want to get better.