Read: John 1:6-13
The true light, which enlightens everyone, was coming into the world. (John 1:9 ESV)
Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John were all inspired by the Holy Spirit to record the events of Christ’s life, and each account bears its own uniqueness. However, John’s gospel stands among them as being distinct in content, not because it is contradictory, but because its author had a special perspective about Christ.
When John wrote about Jesus he regularly used the word Light. It is a fantastic use of scriptural imagery. Jesus came to illuminate sin, to expose evil, and to dispel darkness. He is the Light. John’s knowledge of this light was not merely academic or theological, it was personal.
What about you? What is your knowledge of the Light? Has Jesus worked in your life to illuminate the things that don’t belong. Has he exposed the secret hurts that maybe you suppressed, ignored, or forgot about? He can. He does. He will. It’s what he came to do.