A while ago, I wrote a post on letting our light shine. If we are saved by the Blood of Jesus, we are all given a light to shine for Him. A light we should be shining in order to guide others to the Cross. Shine bright, friend, shine bright.
A couple Sunday’s ago during revival at Buckeye Hollow Church (side note: If you missed revival, boy, oh, boy, did you miss a good meeting!), the message being preached was from John 13 and described how Judas Iscariot chose the path of the betrayer instead of the path of the Beloved.
He then having received the sop went immediately out: and it was night. John 13:30
Does anyone else notice anything peculiar about this particular scripture? Sure, it tells us that Judas wasted no time at all betraying the Master and setting the plan of Jesus’s betrayal in motion. And it also tells us it was night time in the natural world, too.[Read more…]