Jesus meets a man in darkness and turns on the light for him, and for those around who
misunderstood his darkness as something to judge and blame.
Old Prophet Samuel, wise as he was, he needed God to help him see leadership in a new way.
The Ephesian church are reminded that knowing and following Jesus is like having the light
turned on to see things well, and hear the call to become light.
As we walk through our own dark places we pray for God to be our vision, to turn the lights on
and help us see as God sees.
This resource compiled and written by Elizabeth Waldron Anstice contains Bible Engagement, interactive Prayer and Music.