Hebrews 4: 12-13”For the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart. Nothing in all creation is hidden from God’s sight. Everything is uncovered and laid bare before the eyes of him to whom we must give account.”
What does this mean?
Evidence may be fact, but uncovers that which is seen not unseen.
God sees that which is seen and unseen 24/7.
Read between the lines to truly view the supernatural workings of God.
Believe God over what appears to be transparent as glass.
What we allow will continue.
Patience unleashes deception.
Nothing good ever comes from a lie.
If it is too good to be true, it is usually God.
Yes. In light of what is behind the scenes strikes the chord of one who may appear to be on the wrong side, yet the ultimate motive is far from that.
One who places integrity before reputation and truth before position is the person who “reads between the lines” of public policy, law or debate.
Many times what is left out, or scribbled in-between sentences cries out as the most important words to be read. Yet, even as the most educated men and women are put to the test, not one unless they were lying, did their homework.
In the court of God’s justice, laying low, quietly, unassuming a post of non-importance yet carries the weight of the world. Sound like Jesus?
Yes and no.
Inundated with protests and pestilence from all sides the beholding one retreats as if to leave the nest.
Only his homework changed the course of history.
Did he know it would?
What was he thinking?
As he spends a quiet afternoon with a cup of Tea the world is left in confusion. He rests his weary eyes as the multitudes fight over conclusions, wage war in a lost field of words, and battle amongst themselves saying, “What’s next?”
If it is too good to be true, it is most likely God.
Carefully thought, unquestionably sincere, and motivated by his decree he set in motion that which we do not yet see.
While sipping his tea another stands on the podium of acclaimed accommodation receiving that which belongs to another. Angled, yet wearing a crooked smile stands the other behind a podium reaping the benefits of this lost war but with a mound of suspicion behind every wrinkle on her face.
As the podiums connect, whispers of “Something isn’t right. It didn’t turn out the way we thought it would. What happened? This was too easy.”
If it was too easy, it had to be God.
What is seen is temporary, what is unseen is eternal.
Those who do not see the eternal should be aware of those who do their homework.
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