Light a Lamp: Psalm 18:28

You light a lamp for me. The LORD, my God, lights up my darkness.

Psalm 18:28 (NLT)

When the world seems dark and dreary, we can look to God for illumination. He will light a lamp for us, to remedy discouragement and darkness around us, and illuminate our path. Christ and the light of His countenance will enlighten us, leading us out of the darkness and into the light. He will transmit His light to us, imparting understanding, love, and peace.

Where do you need Jesus’ to light a lamp and illuminate darkness?

Prayer: Our Heavenly Father, we thank you for the light you bring into our world. Help us to turn to you when darkness approaches. Shine a light on our discouragement and fear, and revive our spirit. We ask you to light a lamp and enlighten our path. Like the trillium plant flower is illuminated and glows in the sun, illuminate us and let us glow with Christs’ love toward one another. In Jesus’ holy name. Amen

6 thoughts on “Light a Lamp: Psalm 18:28

  1. Amen πŸ™πŸ½. Let the Lord shine His light on the darkness of fear and discouragement we feel. May His light flood our souls with trust, hope and joy.
    Thanks for sharing Jeanne.

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  2. Amen. I’m thankful that the Lord leads us through, and out of dark places. I’ve never heard of the trillium plant. It has a very interesting flower. ☺ Have a nice week, Jeanne.

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    1. Hi Tina, The trillium is a wildflower. When I was growing up in Iowa, we had embankment that was filled with them. The pictured one I planted from a rootstock. I am thankful for God’s light in our life. Good to hear from you! Blessings! 🌺

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