From Darkness to Light

By Betty Robison Published on April 12, 2020

We have experienced great darkness, devastation and death but God has intervened and His light is shining through all of it, coming from the shadow of death into the city set on a hill. We are seeing God working in the most unlikely ways, through people that are having the opportunity to freely express the love and heart of God!

This could be the most meaningful Easter ever celebrated that I can remember. The emphasis is on Jesus, not just the Easter bunny and hiding Easter eggs! It’s about the resurrection of Jesus Christ and what He sacrificed for all of us. It’s a reminder of the reason America was founded and the principles on which it was established.

Jesus’ story has always been known but not always believed and received. This pandemic has brought to light what is really important to everyone and it’s life, health and freedom for all. It has opened eyes to those around us and all over the world.

The enemy meant it for evil but God means it for good, meaning that even though there are broken hearts over the loss of family and friends, God is real and alive in the hearts of those that know Him and even some that don’t! He is going to heal those broken hearts and broken lives in our nation and in our world.

He reigns and He has trampled over the enemy and will continue bringing his children to the front lines in humility and courage to proclaim the truth that will set anyone free that will yield to Him and commit fully to Him.


Betty Robison cohosts LIFE Today with her husband James. The program reaches more than 300 million households in North America, Europe and Australia. The Robisons founded LIFE Outreach International, a worldwide media ministry and missions organization. Betty is also the author of the inspirational best-seller Free to be Me, and co-author of Living in Love.


COVID-19 is causing massive disruptions in life. The Stream’s parent organization, LIFE Outreach International, is helping send a first wave of help.

LIFE’s local mission partners are already distributing thousands of surgical masks, gloves and other sanitary supplies to first responders, hospitals and nursing homes. In addition, other partners have focused on distributing as many meals as possible to help those who need food.

You can help with these efforts.Click here to donate.

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