Tonight I took my single speed mountian bike through one of my all time favoite sections of Prescott’s amazing trails.
Part of it takes you through a long tunnel that is under a rail road bed.
It is very dark in the middle of the tunnel you just have to keep looking to the exit for the way out.
Here is a picture of what it looks like biking through to the other side.
Night vision is really a key if you are going to make it through to the other side.
I was reading through Bob Gass’s daily devotional and he writes about having night vision so perfectly I just had to share it on my blog.
Contrary to what you may think, darkness isn’t always the work of the enemy. Sometimes it’s one of God’s best teaching tools. “About the fourth watch of the night He came to them, walking on the sea…And when they saw Him…they were greatly amazed…beyond measure, and marveled” (Mk 6:48-51 NKJV). You get to know the Lord by going through storms with Him. The Psalmist said, “To you the night shines as bright as day. Darkness and light are the same to you” (Ps 139:12 NLT). So instead of running from your problems, ask God to develop your night vision, to show you “the treasures of darkness…hidden in secret places” (NRS).“I will give you treasures hidden in the darkness.” Isaiah 45:3 NLT