A Prayer Receiving the Father’s Purifying Light

Light reveals the world to us. God reveals reality to us. As we allow God’s light to shine on us, the darkness is driven from our lives.

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Light reveals the world to us. John says, “God is light.” Thus, God reveals reality to us. John’s teaching that God is light is a huge theme in 1 John. As we allow God’s light to shine on us, the darkness is driven from our lives. Let’s pray through 1 John 1:5-7 and allow His light to shine on us. Be sure to read the prayer and passage below.

 

Prayer

Father, Light of the World, let the light of who You are drive the darkness out of me. Shine it in every crevice of my heart and in every closet of my mind. Remove darkness from my mind and heart. Shine Your light around me. Enable me to walk in Your light.

I repent of the sin, darkness, and iniquity that has been embedded within me. Expose anything that would hold me back from You (Isa. 58). I long to see who You really are! Let Your light illuminate Your face. Destroy every false image I have created of You in my mind. Annihilate the idol-images I’ve falsely created of You. I refuse to allow a dumbed-down image of You to produce low-level living within me.

Shine Your light on every lie within me. Fill my mind, soul, and spirit with Your illuminating presence. Cause Your sanctifying light to produce love in my life. I’m not talking about a theoretical love but a relational love that produces godly and healthy relationships with other believers. I pray this in the name of Jesus, the glorious One!

 

1 John 1:5-7, NASB

This is the message we have heard from Him and announce to you, that God is Light, and in Him there is no darkness at all. If we say that we have fellowship with Him and yet walk in the darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth; but if we walk in the Light as He Himself is in the Light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus His Son cleanses us from all sin.


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This is an updated edition of a post originally published on royalperspectives.com

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Cameron King had a radical encounter with God as a teenager, and has since devoted a large portion of his life to prayer and worship. This desire to be intimate with God birthed a love for the prophetic and healing ministry. For years, Cameron has trained people to hear from God, and he helps activate the supernatural gifts of the Spirit in the lives of believers. His mission is to help serious disciples develop intimacy with God, move in power, and live principle-centered lives. Cameron is the lead pastor of Newsong Church, a thriving congregation that is passionate in worship, active in spiritual gifts, and is on the cutting edge of seeking a spirit-filled outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the East side of Atlanta. He and his wife, Rachel, live in the Monroe area with their four daughters, Abby, Alena, Maddie Grace, and Eliana.