Visual Bible Verse of the Day: Psalm 119:30-31 and A Tree Clings to a Cliff, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah.
“I have chosen the faithful way; I have placed Your ordinances before me. I cling to Your testimonies; O LORD, do not put me to shame!” Psalm 119:30-31
Cling to God
Like this tree clings to the rocks we can hold on to God. The Bible declares that in Him we find a firm foundation! Our faith holds firm in Christ.
Be inspired by reading all of Psalm 119.
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Visual Bible Verse of the Day: Exodus 33:21-22 and the Sunset from the Island in the Sky, Canyon Lands National Park, Utah. “Then the Lord said, ‘There is a place near me where you may stand on a rock. When … Continue reading →
Visual Bible Verse of the Day: John 12:46 and Wall Street, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah.
“I have come as Light into the world, so that everyone who believes in Me will not remain in darkness.” John 12:46
Jesus, Light to the World
Jesus entered a world of souls searching in darkness. When He arrived He brought light to the world and overcame the darkness. Those who desire the Light, follow it. When we follow Christ we leave a world of darkness for a world of light.
See the Light. Follow the Light. The Hope and Light in this world of darkness is Jesus Christ.
Learn more about the Light of Christ in the Gospel of John Chapter 12. Learn more about following Jesus Here.
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Job 37:2-4 and Thunderhead Cloud, Badlands National Park, South Dakota. “Listen closely to the thunder of His voice, and the rumbling that goes out from His mouth. Under the whole heaven He lets it loose, and His lightning to the … Continue reading →
Visual Bible Verse of the Day: Isaiah 41:18 and the Green River from the White Rim Road, Canyon Lands National Park, Utah. “I will open rivers on the bare heights and springs in the midst of the valleys; I will … Continue reading →