Seeing the Invisible

29 07 2013

Have you ever wanted to have a super power? Super powers allow heroes to step outside the boundaries of “normal” and do the extraordinary. In doing the extraordinary, they help those in danger, right wrongs, and change the world for good.

In His Word, God tells us that we have the ability to do something amazing. We can see the invisible.

“For what can be known about God is plain to them, because God has shown it to them. For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made.” – Romans 1:19-20.

God chooses to teach us about Himself, in part, through the physical world that surrounds us. The trees teach us lessons about His sheltering care. The flowers paint pictures of His attention and love of beauty. The heavens declare His glory and invite us into praise. God who is Spirit, invisible and set apart, reveals Himself in the living world. He allows us a glimpse of His heart. He makes His character visible so that we can learn about who He is and how to be transformed by His deep purpose for our lives.

My Jesus Resolution today is to look for the visible lessons creation has to teach me about our invisible God. He has tucked pieces of Himself in the corners, wide spaces, vast expanses, and small beauties of the world around me. He isn’t hiding His heart. Anybody can take hold of this super power. All that is required for me to see the invisible is a humble heart, a surrendered spirit, and open eyes. Today I am going to look for God. Join me?



One response

29 07 2013
Oleta Coleman

Loved it! I am always amazed at the ones around me as I take my early morning walks who have their earbuds in place; so that in essence they are tuning out this opportunity of communing with God and His creation — the birds, in particular are at their most joyful at that time of day. Now I am perfectly aware that they may be listening to some ispirational message — but some have told me they are listening to talk radio — then is when I am made sorrowful at all they are missing by not tuning into God’s creation message, instead.

Thanks once again, Casandra.

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