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Living without knowledge is darkness

Have you ever been in a dark room and tried to find something that you where looking for. As you moved along the room you kept kicking things and hurting your feet. You could not see where you were landing your feet. Until you manage to turn on the lights only then you where able to see. Same thing in the world that we live in. When we don't know things it's like walking in the dark. If you were writing a test and did not study for it, it would feel like you are writing it blind. We as people often do not not take the spiritual side very seriously. That there is a good and bad spirit, we do not seem to care until they start affecting us. The Holy spirit is the light through every darkness. And I know that in every religion that there is a way to get your light at the end of the day. Praying is that communication that we need to do, not to be blinded. To have eyes that enables you to see in the darkness is surely a blessing. When a person walks in the dark, they can not tell the difference between the good and bad, what's right and wrong. The Aim for them is about feeling good. It's about them getting that attention even if it means hurting another. The scripture speaks of a place that didn't have order. They where covered in darkness. And God is telling them about the light that is to come and He shall bring it. Isaiah 9:2 ( The people who walk in darkness will see a great light. For those who live in a land of deep darkness, a light will shine). God is willing to let people see only if they are willing. Isaiah 60:2 ( Darkness as black as night covers all the nations of the world, but the glory of the lord rises and appears over you). This script gives hope that no matter the situation He, God will be there to give the light. That no nation will be without light. To grow in the Knowledge of your faith is important to understand who your God is and what he wants from you. Ephesians 1:17 gives us that light.

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