In the Bible, there are quite a few good things that come out of dark places. We often end up “in the dark” in our lives, but God is a God who does his best work “out of the darkness.” Let’s look at darkness in the Bible this week, and discover how God not only brought good things out of darkness in the Bible, but can and will bring good things out of the shadowy places in your life too.
The Bible tells the story of a world transforming from darkness to light. But does darkness always have to mean something bad? In this chapter, you’ll look at the amazing, good things God creates out of darkness so you can better understand the rhythm of God!
When we’re in a dark place, it can feel unsettling. So, the question is, can we trust that God is in control? In this chapter, you’ll look at how Moses trusted God’s leading, and how he was used mightily as a result.
Sometimes we have to get called out in order to do a course-correct. So, how do we respond when we discover our lifestyle does not reflect God’s heart? In this chapter, you’ll be encouraged to work through these difficult moments—because where you’re going is worth the effort!
When you think about the Christmas story, how often do you picture the darkness of Mary’s womb? Probably not that much! In this chapter, you’ll be reminded of how God comes even when you’re in darkness—and He doesn’t give up on you!
Darkness is a part of life. So, how can we stay hopeful that God will bring hope and life out of the darkness? In this chapter, you’ll be challenged to see yourself as a representation of hope, light, and truth in a dark world!