They were all laughing. One of the boys looked down, red-faced. We all called it banter but something had always seemed off about it. Like there was an undertone beneath all that was said.
I was laughing too, so it must’ve been funny. Right? I am a Christian and darkness fled in light, so there couldn’t be any darkness here could there? Yet what was said certainly wasn’t kind or constructive.
Are peer pressure and the fear of judgment stopping you from letting your light shine brightly? Be a light in the darkness for your group of friends. Read more. ~ Bryce Bengtson #HopeForTheNextGeneration
Our walk with God is often compared to walking in a dark hallway without a light. Yet, despite how often that comparison is made, it is false. We may be walking in a hall that is hard to see in, but God has given us the light we need. The moment we received Him and the Holy Spirit came to live in us, a light was sparked that will never go out. Read more for letting your light shine unhindered.
He kicked again, knocking the other boy down. Jackson took a step back regaining his breath while the other boy stood back up, blood gushing from his nose. Jackson didn’t have a single mark and was bewildered by the fact. The other boy refused to punch back. Jackson took another swing aiming for the other boy’s ear. His thrust was evaded as the other boy touched the cross pendant around his neck. “I love you. God loves you,” was all the other boy would say.
Recently we packed my son up to take him to college. The plan was to leave in the dark of night to begin the 20-hour drive so we could get the majority of the drive behind us the first day, leaving only a remnant the second day…