"And there was light"

"And God said, Let there be light: and there was light." Gen. 1:3; From the opening verses of Genesis, when the command of divine Mind dispelled the darkness, to the closing chapters of Revelation, light symbolizes the developing understanding of God.

The Biblical writers constantly used the figure of light to express their sense of divine inspiration and spirituality. When Moses came down from Mount Sinai after talking with God and receiving the Ten Commandments, "the skin of his face shone," Ex. 34:30; so that he put a veil over his face while he talked with Aaron and the children of Israel.

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