Who inspired Hank Williams to compose the song, I saw the Light?

A Chicago Channel 11 Country and Western TV series stated Hank was sleeping in the back seat while his mother was  driving in the darkness exclaimed she “could see the light” of the city destination. Hank interpreted the song to seeing the light of Jesus.

2000 years ago, Hildegard was inspired to write a poem about seeing a Divine Light

The Purpose of This Post

Is to relate the two messages to the wisdom of seeing the Light.

King Solomon

What has been will be again,
    what has been done will be done again;
    there is nothing new under the sun. (Ecclesiastes 1:9)

And I turned myself to behold wisdom, and madness, and folly: for what can the man do that cometh after the king? even that which hath been already done. (Ecclesiastes 2:12)

What’s My Point?

There are two areas implied in the area of sun. Under the sun in earth and humans. Above the sun is a Divine Heaven.

In life we make choices, some wise, some foolish. Yet both may be a result in some type of persuasion to inspire us before we make our choices.

My point is every generation born ever since the beginning of time has available to them the same source of light inspiring them to make personal choices

In My Opinion

In a previous post series, I explained the story of Adam and Eve which I choose to believe about the who continues to persuade us mortals to make foolish choice.

I also explained who inspires us to make wise choices to lead us from under the sun to above the sun when the time of certainty will arrive in every mortal life.

If Interested

Listen and read the verse of Hank Williams and compare to Hildegard poem in the Source Links Below.

You Decide

Is the fiery light we are choosing to drive toward in our life taking us on a wise or foolish path to your final destinations?

Is the fiery source of light we see in our lives the result of being lit up from drugs, alcohol, etc. or from a Divine Source?

Was King Solomon right when he said nothing is new under the sun and every generation will repeat making wise or foolish choices in life same as he did?

Regards and goodwill blogging

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