Light is something that makes things visible. It illuminates darkness. The only way to defeat the enemy in our lives is to walk in the light of the word of God.
John 12:35 Amplified Version 35 So Jesus said to them, “The Light is among you [only] a little while longer. Walk while you have the Light [keep on living by it], so that darkness will not overtake you. He who walks in the darkness does not know where he is going [he is drifting aimlessly]. 36 While you have the Light, believe and trust in the Light [have faith in it, hold on to it, rely on it], so that you may become sons of Light [being filled with Light as followers of God].”
Remember to a person that has, more will be given (Matthew 13:12). However, if we don’t stay with the Light, it will be taken away. How do we stay with the light? It is through the word of God. It has to be a daily thing. If we continue in the word, we will know the truth and the truth will set us free ( John 8:31-32).
Psalm 119:130 Amplified Version- The unfolding of Your [glorious] words give light;
Their unfolding gives understanding to the simple (childlike).
Speaking and doing things contrary to the word of God is walking in darkness. Whenever a situation seems dark, turn on the light of the word of God and don’t let go of it. It is just like when you turn on a light switch. It stays on until you cut it off.
We should let our light shine before others that they can see God working and glorify our Heavenly Father (Matthew 5:16).
To Win The Fight, Walk In The Light!
Prayer: I thank you Heavenly that you are the Light in darkness. When the earth was dark with no form, you said let there be light and the light came (Genesis 13:3). I stay with the Light of your word and speak to my dark situations. I turn on the light of your word and stay with it until freedom comes. I repent for letting darkness get the best of me. I know you are with me and I have the Holy Spirit to lead and guide me so I can know where I am going. I have the victory through you. I thank you. In Jesus name! Amen.