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Devotion3-7-24, 2 Corithians 4:18- "while we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen; for the things which are seen are temporal, but the things which are not seen are eternal." The seen things testify to the unseen things. Even many unseen things are not eternal. The natural world of things we experience with our senses, is not all seen with our unaided eye, or felt or heard without assistance. We do not see air or a virus; they are unseen but not eternal. They are present, in our physical world, the same as birds, trees, mountains, earthworms, and people. God is not only invisible; He is eternal. God is an entirely different realm. We may see or experience God's tangible world. The tangible world testifies to God's existence, but it is only a witness, not His realm. We are more comfortable with what we may experience with our senses. That is a more controllable world. The unseen realm of God is not controllable. We tend to be uncomfortable without the control. This requires the entrance of faith. We have an assurance, faith, that the natural world will function as we are accustomed. Faith in God's unseen realm and God, Himself, is the assurance that He is present, He is active, He is attentive, and He is in control. Just because we do not see air does not negate its presence. Just because we do not see God does not negate His presence. He is always present! He never changes. He is eternal. Take time, sit silently, seek His presence. You will find Him in that silence. You will find Him because He is already present with you every second of every day. You just need an eye adjustment, a sense adjustment. The eternal God, Creator of everything, is available to you personally, as you make yourself available to Him. He is eternal, but present for you and in you. Isaiah 40:28-29- "Do you not know? Have you not heard? The Everlasting God, the Lord, the Creator of the ends of the earth Does not become weary or tired. His understanding is inscrutable. He gives strength to the weary, And to him who lacks might He increases power."

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