Whenever a holy God chooses to confront man’s suffering and guilt by appearing to men, He maintains the integrity of His justice, mercy, grace and overwhelming compassion. The beauty of our Beloved infinitely surpasses all knowledge. The wisest intellects of man can not tell us anything about the grace of God. God’s grace and truth comes to us through Jesus who moves us into the depths of His heart.
The Bible is full of God-given revelation through dreams, visions, and prophecy. We must study to show ourselves approved so that we can operate in the Spirit of understanding. We need to be spiritually fruitful in today's age of increasing spiritual awareness—which is both good and evil. We must learn from the Holy Spirit to discern between the two and have the character to reject the evil and embrace the true.
What is imagination? Can our imagination be used for good and for evil? What is the difference between a self-centered, vain imagination and a positive, productive, renewed or sanctified, godly imagination? Albert Einstein said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”
What would life be like without true spiritual vision? Many people already know. They are not aware of a spiritual kingdom because their senses have not been awakened to recognize its presence. It is possible to develop our spiritual eyes to see beyond the natural scope of our existence. We can remove the veils that blind. We can learn to look again. Our eyes can be opened to the vision which lies beyond the natural, into the realm of possibilities.
Adversity and death pursue sinners, but the righteous gain happiness and prosperity. Our emotions will either produce positive or negative motions in our circumstances. Life is about learning to love God and serving others. Ruth is a good example of humble service and overcoming great adversity. Ruth, the Moabitess, continually spoke words of hope, and she obtained the power of grace to change her life. Boaz, Ruth’s kinsman redeemer, was a man of great wealth.
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