Isaiah, chapters 47-51

“[…] A law will go out from me,
And my justice I will establish as a light to the peoples.”
~Isaiah 51:4

In what way is God’s justice a light?
We use the term “brought to light” when acknowledging truth or facts.
Light is therefore deeply linked to truth and accurate knowledge.
Truth is indispensable when administering justice.
Without accurate knowledge of the facts, perfect justice goes unfulfilled.
Because God is almighty and can even see what lies in everyone’s hearts, he alone can administer perfect justice. (1 Sa. 16:7)
When we read his Word and familiarize ourselves with Bible truths, our faith in his principlesĀ guides us through the darkness of uncertainty. (Ps. 43:3)
If our Christian lifestyle reflects God’s light, then we can shine like “illuminators in the world” and bring the hope of divine justice to others. (Php. 2:15)

Psalms 135-141

“If I say: ‘Surely darkness will conceal me!’ Then the night around me would become light.”
~Psalm 139:11

When we feel overwhelmed, we can rely on God’s strength to pull us through difficulties.
“On the day I called, you answered me; You made me bold and strong,” (Ps. 138:3).
Key spiritual activities that should never be cast aside include heartfelt prayer, Bible reading and public praising of God.
We should also set aside some time to kindly demonstrate personal interest toward others (Heb. 10:22-25,35,36).
As long as we have the cardinal points of spirituality guiding our day to day lives, we will not be overcome by darkness.
Jehovah can even transform that darkness into our brightest moment.

2 Samuel, chapters 22-24

“For you are my lamp, O Jehovah;
It is Jehovah who lights up my darknes.”
~2 Samuel 22:29

Ever feel lost in life?
Like you have no idea what direction to steer yourself in?
God promises to light our path so we know what direction to head in.
He does this when we draw close to him in prayer and when we base our decisions on his guiding principles found in his word (Ps. 5:1,2; 119:105; Isa. 30:21).
When we let God influence our decision making, we can have the same confidence as the Psalmist:

Jehovah is my light and my salvation. Whom should I fear? Jehovah is the stronghold of my life. Whom should I dread? (Ps. 27:1).

We will experience clarity and peace of mind that only comes as a result of doing God’s will (Ps. 97:11).