William M. Mazmanian (Michigan)
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“When I sit in darkness, the Lord will be a light to me.” - Micah 7:8 (NRSV)
Now that I’m retired, I look forward to my trips to a nearby park to walk through the woods. Often as I walk, the sunlight filters through the trees and shines down on me. I sometimes find myself pausing to pray saying, “Lord, where is your light in my life...
God can be a constant source of light in my life — often where I least expect it.
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While several strategies for reopening the world are being discussed, I encourage you—the people of God everywhere—to allow this season to be a formative one during which you can make new discoveries about God and increase your faith. Use this time to embark on a life of prayer, a life of study, and a life of action—involvement in the community.”