I'm no expert on photography but, I do know that lighting has a lot to do with how a picture will turn out. If you've ever tried to capture the moon with your phone camera, you know that it comes out grainy and possibly blurry because of the lack of sufficient lighting. On the contrary, when you take your pictures in the early morning sun, you get beautiful, light drenched photos. The more light there is, the more vivid the colors are in your photos; however, if there is too much light, then they become overexposed. For a moment, let's compare our mind to photography. When we expose it to the light of Jesus, the truth is exposed. The colors in our mind's eye become more dramatic and we see our life in the light of the truth. Not just the truth concerning you, but the truth of God and His great love for us. If you want to live your life in true, vivid color, keep exposing it to Jesus! In His light, darkness flees.
For God, who said, "Let light shine out of darkness," has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ. 2 Corinthians 4:6