Day 123 Come to the Light by Detria Moore

A Daily Purpose Bible Study & Devotional a Podcast by Our Given Purpose

May 3 2022 • 6 mins

Bible Study & Devotional Day 123

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Guiding Scripture: And this is the judgment: the light has come into the world, and people loved the darkness rather than the light because their works were evil.” John 3:19

🔴 Come to the Light

By Detria Moore

A while ago, I had a conversation with a family member who found herself in a dire and challenging situation caused by her own actions. She was a believer. So as we discussed possible outcomes, there was only one way this situation could play out, as the Bible is clear on that matter. I sat astonished as she started discussing alternative options that were not Christ-like. Personal benefit, freedom, and want to keep the situation hidden were the main factors in her decision-making.

While she felt bad about the deliberate wrong choice she would make, it was not a deterrent.

We are living in a time where people are choosing darkness over light. It makes sense because the Bible tells us this would happen. But why? There are two intriguing things to note in John 3:19:

  1. The first part of verse 19 provides a clue as to why some people choose darkness. It's part of the judgment. Judgment here means verdict- the consequence of those condemned because they have chosen not to believe. Their fate is to choose darkness even though the light has come into the world.


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Detria Moore, J.D. is a believer, wife, mother, college professor, intercessor, community servant, writer, speaker, and volunteer of all things. Above all else, she is enamored with her Savior. Her main goal is to serve the Lord, walk in a manner worthy of her calling, and bring glory to her Savior. Detria enjoys reading and teaching the Bible, praying for others, and walking the Lynchburg trails.

This devotional was submitted by Detria Moore, a loving contributor to Our Given Purpose. Edited by Torrie Slaughter the founder of Our Given Purpose® in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

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