Saturday, May 29, 2010

Wallpaper of the Week - John 3:16

I love caving. I love exploring the depths of the earth. It's fun and exciting and appeals to my sense of adventure.

The image above is in a cave system in Victoria, Australia. What you see is not the entrance to the caves, but a mere hole in the cave ceiling where the light is able to shine through. This is the only area in the otherwise dusty caves where there is such life.

Jesus is this life-giving light for us. If we choose not to bask in His glory, then we will wither and die. But if we do choose His light, then we will grow to be strong and vibrant.


Chin chin said...

Thank you Jesus for being the light in our lives especially in the darkest hours. God bless you, Lynda.

Lynda Young said...

Chin Chin, Amen

Anonymous said...

I can relate to this....have been surrounded by darkness lately.


Karen said...

Awesome visual for this scripture!

Prayer Girl said...

I have chosen "His" light and have found a life full of strength and vibrancy.


Sandy said...

There's a song I love and it
goes:"I want to be in the light
as You are in the light. I want
to shine like the stars in the
heavens.Oh Lord, be my light
and be my salvation. All I want
is to be in the light."
Wonderful picture to go with
your post today.

Lynda Young said...

Tammy, many prayers for you. It's good to look only at the light.

Karen, when I took the photo I wasn't thinking anything about this particular scripture or thoughts. Years later God spoke to me through it.

PG, awesome!!

Sandy, I know that song! It's a fantastic song. I play it regularly and very loudly. It's from DC Talk.

sarah said...

this is an amzing that cave and the little trees growing in it's light....I want to grow in His Light...

Anonymous said...

WOW! I have learned something about caves, and reminded of the Only Light of my life. Praising God this day.
~ linda

Lynda Young said...

Sarah, I want to grow in His light also :) Blessings to you.

Linda, our Lord is awesome!

Just Be Real said...

Thanks for the reminder that Jesus' light can penetrate through the darkest of darkness.