Many hotels in Europe use key cards that not only open the door, but also fit in a slot inside the room to turn on the electricity. That way, when you leave the room, everything, including heat and air, cut off.
It's a very green idea, but not so user-friendly.
So, without cell phones in Croatia, and with the key card required for the entry door as well as the room door, I sat in the dark room while my husband Michael went to get something from the car.
In the darkness, I thought about God. He's always available, ready and willing to give us His Light. He isn't stingy with it, doesn't ask us to use it sparingly and He never makes us sit in darkness because "God is light; in him there is no darkness at all" (1 John 1:5).
Have you ever pondered that ... no darkness ... not even a shadow. Awesome!
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