To see the invisible is to know that things aren’t always as they seem.
Believe is a strong word.
I believe that the sick are meant to be healed, the lost are meant to be found, the dead are meant to live, the curses of sin are meant to be broken, the past is meant to be redeemed.
But I have seen the sick not being healed, the lost have stayed lost, the dead never took another breath, the curses continue to fester, and the past continued hanging over a person’s head like a cloud.
Why? I was angry at God for a really long time.
I tried to bear the pain for others. I tried to force God’s perfect will into what I believed it should be.
Then one night I saw the invisible. Nothing I had ever seen was exactly as it had seemed.
God has already redeemed all things to himself. The sick are healed, the lost are found, the dead are called to live, the curses are powerless, the past is redeemed.
It’s a matter of perspective.
Colossians 3:3 You have died and your new life is now hidden with Christ in God
Colossians 3:1 You are now raised with Christ so set your hearts on things above. (the invisible)
Colossians 3:2 Set your minds on heavenly things, not on earthly things.
We are called to see things as Christ sees them. All the things of this earth are temporary. As believers in Christ we are citizens of heaven. The things of this earth may grab at our physical bodies. In the visible world we will never experience complete wholeness but in the heavenly realm where our new life is planted all things are under the perfect redemption.
Live your temporary life for your eternal life.
In the end it will be worth it.