The Son Does Not Set

At sunset, all who had people sick with various diseases brought them to him. He laid his hands on each of them and cured them. Luke 4:40

We describe it as breathtaking. We look at it with awe. We gaze with our eyes openly wide. Seconds of watching this won’t be enough, give yourself some minutes. You direct your eyeballs at this site. This is the site where the light meets the darkness. This is the time when the blooming is face to face with the depreciating. As the sun bids the day goodbye, the Son does not. As the sun takes the way to rest, the Son still rides the clouds.

People who are sick with various ailments are being brought by their friends to Jesus. At sunset, at the end of the day, Jesus does not end their day. He gives them a new day, a new beginning. He generously laid His hands on them. All were touched. All were healed. All have seen the Son at sunset.

You have a friend who is at his sunset, bring your buddy to the Son. A sibling, who lives in the shadows, let him see the Son in you. A co-worker who keeps on fixing her heart on the negative, walk with her towards the Son. A relative who has given up on her health condition, pray that the Son may heal her. A brother or sister in Christ who slid back, be persistent in interceding for him or her, the Son rises for the lost.

He meets us personally. Jesus attends to us one by one. He gives time to each one. His heart is open whatever the hour of the day. His love is on-line 24/7. His healing is always available.

At the end of the day, it’s not the end. The Son does not set.

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