Light and Not Gloom for All of Us in Anguish

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Light and Not Gloom for All of Us in Anguish

This astonishing week of the transfer of United States Presidents has left many of us in anguish — whether we were for or against Donald Trump. Jesus faced similar anguish when his cousin, John the Baptist, was arrested. Jesus’ life went through major changes. But as it did, Jesus became a light to the community around Him. Enjoy this Bible Study below and join in becoming the lights that overcome these anguishing times. Have a wonderful week and also enjoy songs like: “Hold Up the Light” (New Jersey Mass Choir); “What He’s Done For Me” (Women of Worship and Bri Babineaux); and “I’ll Keep My Light in the Window” (Shirley Caesar).

Light and Not Gloom For All of Us in Anguish

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About the Author:

Tobias Pinckney is the Excellence Excavator, using the Word of God to help people uncover and offer their very best to and for God and their communities. From Plainfield, NJ and raised in Rose of Sharon Community Church, Tobias received his Biblical training at Colgate-Rochester/Crozer Divinity School and the motivation to pursue this calling through the Godfidence Institute led by Marshawn Evans Daniels. An interviewer, inspiring Tobias, asked him to imagine additionally using all his University of Delaware undergraduate education, University of Chicago Law School training, and Medgar Evers College Business Law teaching in the pursuit of the Gospel. Tobias is now the Founder of Powered to Witness University and excited about what God is creating.

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