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  • Writer's pictureBishop Mesrop Parsamyan

His Light



Imagine yourself in a place of complete darkness, where you cannot see your own hands, where paths are hidden, and fear creeps in. In such moments of our lives when we are lost in the darkness of despair, confusion, or sorrow, the light of God shines the brightest.


Job, who knew suffering and despair more intimately than many of us ever will, despite the profound darkness that enveloped his life, could say, “By His light, I walked through darkness” (Job 29:3). How was this possible? It was possible because Job had something greater than the darkness surrounding him. He had the light of God.


In the Bible, light is often a symbol of hope, guidance, and salvation. It represents God's presence, His love, and His truth. When we speak of God's light, we speak of a powerful force that no darkness can overcome. It's a beacon that guides us, a warmth that comforts us, and a clarity that reveals the truth.


In today's world, where we often find ourselves overwhelmed by the darkness of uncertainty, pain, and loss, it is easy to feel lost. But remember, no matter how thick the darkness around us may seem, the light of God never diminishes. His presence is a constant source of comfort and guidance. When we place our trust in Him and truly believe in His almighty power, He leads us from darkness into His marvelous light.


Remember, no darkness is too great, no night too long, for those who walk in the light of the Lord. In His light, we find our way; in His love, we find our strength; in His grace, we find our peace.

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