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Friday, June 19, 2015

Isaiah 58:10 (Pt. 5)  Thought/Prayer:  Darkness, Light, Within.  Topics:  2 at end.

“When thou shalt pour out thy soul to the hungry, and shalt satisfy the afflicted soul then shall thy light rise up in darkness, and thy darkness shall be as the noonday.”  DRB   (Read these scriptures and more at http://prayerpivot.com.)

How can we view all of this?  Can it seem a bit redundant?  It seems that when we pour out our souls to the hungry and satisfy those who are afflicted, then our light (in Jesus) will rise up . . . and our darkness shall be like the sun’s light at noon.  What makes this a bit difficult to comprehend may be this:  If we are pouring out our souls to others . . . and satisfying them, why should we have any darkness in our souls?  Why do we need to pour out and satisfy in order for our own darkness to become light?

It seems it might be easier to understand if the scripture was worded like this:  Pour out your souls and satisfy the afflicted . . . but know that you also may have darkness in your souls.  But, of course, it doesn’t.

But in fact, every person on Earth has some darkness soul-wise because none of us is perfect and we all must battle Satan’s wiles to get us to believe that we are dark and hopeless.  Yes, we all have darkness . . . but the closer we draw near to the Lord Jesus Christ, the less darkness we should retain.  In Heaven we will not deal with sin.  We will be with the Lord Jesus Christ who on the cross, paid our debt for sin.  Until then, we know that there is darkness to battle.

But perhaps as we do pour out our souls (souls that belong to Jesus) to others, and as we (through Jesus) satisfy their needs, perhaps our darkness diminishes, at least a bit.  Only the Lord can take away darkness, and we have to let Him.  But maybe by sharing with others, they see us as light – or as having light within us . . . light as the noonday, according to the words here. 

Lord, we pray that this is so.  We want to offer ourselves . . . our souls and the light you place within us . . . to others.  The hungry.  The afflicted.  Help us to do this for others who struggle in LIFE battles, between living and dying.  We ask this of you, for others.

Topics:  Pray for a spirit of giving to others, as we present ourselves to the hungry and the afflicted, including those in LIFE-situation battles.
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Posted by Gail Richardson on 06/19 at 02:48 PM
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