8: Light Rises
Posted: Wednesday, November 19th, 2014Print
About Heaven's Rule Series
God set lights in the heavens for ruling, and Heaven does indeed rule. This series looks at the deeper meanings and roles of LIGHT and its affect on our world, our lives and our destinies.
But all things become visible when they are exposed by the light, for everything that becomes visible is light.
Eph. 5:13 NASB
Light Rises Unhindered
Though humanity prefers darkness, though Light has come and darkness killed Him, Light rises unhindered in every place He chooses to beam. By the pure force of Life, He will increase and triumph in glory shining, as certainly and surely as the day dispels the night every twelve hours.
Light, where once it has fallen and invaded, can never be shut down or put out…nor ever forgotten. Light can never be defeated by darkness because He swallowed it on the Tree and made Light contagious and available for every dark corner. Light comes wherever we ask Him in, over whatever darkness we see…invading where we do not see Him going, dazzling what we cannot imagine. And curing the deadly curse of the dark.
Light rises. Always. Ever.
Darkness fights with fury, but Light is ever shining, always exposing and profoundly affecting. The Light shines. In the darkness of every covert cave, humanity is under the Light. Nothing can hide from Light. Though we reject it, we cannot dim it for so much as one ray.
Darkness has no hiding place from Light.
Though Adam hid, he was found. He was never hidden. The hiding was illusion from his drink of death. Nothing is hidden before the Light.
“The life was the light of men.”
Christ-life is LIGHT, as the sun, burning…powerful…pure…magnetic. And at times…scorching. Light joined dust in One Man but inside this naturally dark human nature, Light prevailed…and shone.
We can extinguish our destiny but never the Light.
Hiding from Light creates darkness, but it is blindness still existing under a beam of the Brightest Radiance. We call for Light. We beg for Light. Light is Jesus beaming, blazing, shining into black defeat, and onto dark pity.
Light cannot be extinguished. He has come!
Copyright © 2003 Martha Kilpatrick, Heaven’s Rule