Walk In the Light

You have kept my feet from slipping. So now I can walk in your presence, O God, in your life-giving light.
Psalms 56:13 (NIV)

It makes a difference where you walk. I’ve hiked in many different terrains, in all kinds of weather but the hardest of all was along a mountain path in the dark. There is nothing more treacherous than walking along a cliff when it is slippery and pitch dark. Some of our team tried to make it and slipped down the side of the mountain. Life can be that way too. How many times does it feel we are on a slippery path in the dark? All around us is danger but we can’t see the path. David knew what that felt like but he chose a different way. He cried out to God and God took him from his slippery circumstances and brought him into His very own presence. Today we have a choice. We can keep slipping trying to make it on our own or we can do what David did. He decided to trust God and walk in His presence. He chose to walk in God’s life-giving light. You can too. Come to God today; He will stop you from slipping. You will lead you from the darkness into His life-giving light.

Oh Father, how often I end up on a slippery path in the dark. Thank You for loving me and providing a way out. I come to You now and ask that You keep me from slipping. Help me today to walk in the awareness of Your presence, in Your life-giving light.


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