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  • Writer's pictureJoe Mayers

2 Corinthians 4:18 – Think Forever Today

“So we do not focus on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.”

 


Have you ever tried to imagine a new color? One your eyes have never beheld; absent from the spectrum you know? Think of how glorious it would be to witness something no eye has seen. You would be instantly enraptured!

 

It is hard to envisage what is unseen because, well, you can’t see it. Our senses scream at us every day that our immediate surroundings are of utmost importance, and that all else – far off or unknown – can wait. They narrow our scope and dampen our imagination, lulling us into the familiar rhythm of the day-to-day, until unknown colors are simply a waste of brainpower.

 

But scripture invites us to use our God-given imagination!


It is full of promises which prompt us to look far off into eternity in anticipation of what God has in store for us. Believer, you have the Spirit of God in you. Perhaps your mind cannot conceive of new colors, but you can dwell on the promises of eternity with heavenly clarity, though you have not yet seen it.

 

Today is important because it is a day that God gave you life, but eternity is of infinite importance, and that is a day that will never end.

 

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