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HOW TO SEE THE UNSEEN

We are sometimes hindered in being able to see the unseen or what’s really going on behind the scenes of our life. What problems are you facing right now? What is stressing you out? There is always more than what we can see about our situations, and that more is GOOD! Here’s a spiritual exercise to help you see the unseen.

Terry Modica speaks on How to See the Unseen

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What problem are you dealing with right now? What is stressing you out? What is going on and in that you’re wondering, ‘Where is God? What’s he doing? Where’s the peace that I should have as a Christian? Where’s the joy even that Jesus promises?’

This video contains a spiritual exercise, so I’m going to ask you to pause the video, to go and get a piece of paper and pen to write with or open up a Word document something in your computer that you can write with. I’m serious pause the video to go and get that otherwise this isn’t going to be much of a spiritual exercise for you….

God is a God of more. God is a God of goodness, infinite goodness, more goodness than we can imagine, more goodness than we can even ask for. God is a God of love, God is a God of truth, God is a God of caring, mercy, support, he’s always at our side.

He doesn’t always seemed to be at our side but that’s because we’re not aware of what he’s doing, and this spiritual exercise is going to help with that. God is always doing something more than what we can see, our vision is limited by what we can see in the world around us. Our understanding is limited by the evidence that’s in front of us.

 

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