Every moment is a cross-shaped altar upon which we sacrifice either to fear or to faith. In my own case, my friend anxiety tells me clearly when I am at fear’s altar. Anxiety reminds me to stop the worship of false gods.
We fear the unknown, the “things in darkness” that we perceive as threatening: loss of income or possessions; loss of health; loss of relationships; loss of our very lives. Only Resurrection Light can expose the “things in darkness” as the illusions they are. Our fears make these illusions seem so real, so immediate, so powerful. When we enter into Resurrection Light, we move from lack to abundance, from loss to gain, from worry to optimism, from death to life.
Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.