NOTAM: John 16:13 “However, when He, the Spirit of truth, has come, He will guide you into all truth; for He will not speak on His own authority, but whatever He hears He will speak; and He will tell you things to come.”
A couple of years ago I was given the unique opportunity to fly with a friend in a Q400 sim that had a HUD. I was amazed how the overlay of the HUD in my line of sight to the approaching runway helped me see what I otherwise would have missed. Last year, I had the chance to fly a plane with synthetic vision, and again, I was amazed to see everything through the eyes of the instruments, revealing details hidden behind the clouds. Recently, Google created a prototype called Google Glasses. Images are projected onto the lenses of these normal looking glasses. The wearer can see information, details and pictures relative to their surroundings. Imagine for a moment what you would see if were to put on God goggles. I imagine you would see the deepest pains of your enemy, which would cause you to pray for him or her. In fact, everyone would appear differently as you experience a new level of clarity with the God goggles accurate projection of love. Just as you can see through the yuk of clouds and know you are flying directly to a runway with synthetic vision, you would be able to see the true person in everyone you looked at through the eyes of God.
In tomorrow’s devotional, we’ll continue our look at relying on God’s vision to see the miraculous all around us.
5T’s in response to the verses today, how would you look at each of these areas in your life today?
NAV LOG: Do you strive to look through God’s goggles in your daily journey or are you simply looking at the clouds around you. Think of the Holy Spirit acting as your HUD, allowing you to see things missed by the naked eye.
PIREP (Prayer Time) Lord, help me see with Your eyes and love with Your love. Let me be a reflection of Your glory to those around me. Equip me with the power of the Holy Spirit, that I may be guided in my every step.