About Steve Rebus

✞Follower of Christ, Husband, Gymgoer, Photographer, Guitarist, Drummer....Oh and i'm also Blind too! 😀

5 Responses to “When The Road Darkens”

  1. I love this quote. It’s in the deep darkness; mostly extreme (fear/shame driven) painfulness, that a person can learn the most about themselves and about how to live on this planet ‘correctly’ (not a great word, but the best I could come up with at the moment). In pain many people become willing to call on their God for help. And it is then, in their loss for any earthly answers, that they become the most willing to listen back. This is what I’m discovering as I trudge through my current deep darkness (pain from fear of the unknown).

  2. LOVE Tolkien. And this quote. Wow. But I’m thinking about how even when we shut down in our darkness, the LORD is NEVER faithless, for He never leaves or forsakes us. What a faithful, constant God we have.

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