The greatest Loss in this world is the loss of Sight.
The enemy has taken away from mankind
the ability to see beyond the surface of things,
and to discern the underlying reality.
The world around thrusts things upon us,
and demands we take them at their face value.
It demands too that we accept without question our society's scale of values,
and that we repeat again what we have been taught to see.
Seeing only the obvious brings a loss of the greater essence of things.
We see without Seeing,
the illusion never lifts,
and the Truth is never made bare.
What do we look for as believers?
What will satisfy the heart?
Do we ever sense something beyond the visible -
something which our minds cannot explain?
The true essence of things never lies on the surface -
and under the superficial lies the true dimension of life.
If we approach the Word of God, and the things of God, through the medium of our minds we will never approach true spiritual understanding.
This is the reason why so much of what we hear spoken from the pulpit never satisfies the heart.
"The natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God … they are spiritually discerned." (1 Cor. 2,14)
In all our living in this fallen world,
may our hearts quicken the truth to us,
and may our seeking lead us to places in God where the mind can never enter.
"Then shall we know, if we follow on to know the Lord." (Hos. 6.3)