In the midst of God’s stern rebuke for the people of Judah, Isaiah says these words in chapter 2:
O house of Jacob,
come, let us walk
in the light of the Lord.
I love this call. Come, let us walk in the light of the Lord. 1 John tells us that if we do walk in the light of the Lord we have fellowship with one another and with God, for Christ has paid the cost for our rebellion. This call should ring out for all of us. “Come you who have claimed Christ as your own, walk in His light!” Let us be led by the blinding light of grace and glory, a light that reveals all things, a light that is scorching heat to the rebel, but warmth and rest for the one who puts their trust in Jesus.
Come, let us walk in the light of the Lord.