Dear Readers in Christ, "Draw near to GOD, and He will draw near to you" (James 4:8).

Sunday, 29 September 2013


“By faith he forsook Egypt, not fearing the wrath of the king: for he endured, as seeing Him Who is invisible” (Heb 11:27).

If we see God by faith we can suffer with Him, as in Him we find grace.

The man who has seen God Who is invisible need not be afraid of any visible king. Moses knew that the King of kings and Lord of lords and God of gods had called him and sent him with a message; therefore he could not be touched by any visible king or his emissaries. Without any fear, Moses walked right into the palace of the king though there might have been soldiers with drawn spears at the gates and guards with drawn swords on either side of the king.

Elijah displayed a similar boldness when he confronted the king with the words “As the Lord God liveth before Whom I stand…”

Child of God, if you do not have a clear vision of your invisible God, the problems and trials you encounter sill easily move you; you will be easily troubles and maybe even driven to despair.

To see the invisible God every day, we should deal with every invisible sin as with a great sin. And unless we forsake visible pleasures we cannot enjoy invisible pleasures or lasting pleasures.

– Taken from Morning Manna – Thoughts for Daily

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