National Lighthouse Day

Lighthouses are wondrous things — beautiful, yet incredibly useful. On  National Lighthouse Day, August 7, we celebrate how these scenic, historic structures comforted travelers throughout the centuries. In 1789, the U.S. Congress passed an act securing the protection of all lighthouses under federal support.

If you ever visit a lighthouse, you’ll understand the serenity and stability they represent to viewers on land.  While lighthouse technology has evolved over time, lighthouses were once widely used to mark dangerous reefs, shorelines or harbors.  Today, we imagine how a lighthouse’s beacon of light offered hope to those seeking land in the midst of stormy seas and dark nights.

I pray that lighthousedevotions has been a blessing in your life.

May we continue to shine the eternal light of our Lord and Savior!

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