The Unseen is Eternal

So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal. – 2 Corinthians 4:18

Within the post “Treasures in Heaven” Jesus explains that riches make one focus on how to maintain the wealth rather than on God. Jesus enlightens the disciples in the need to be disciplined, dedicated, and focused on the treasures of God rather than success, fortune, and fame. The later may last a lifetime but the former will last for eternity.

So as we go throughout the day, let us do what the song I Saw God Today by George Strait accentuates. Let us look for God everywhere by slowing down and looking around. We can see our Creator in the changing of the seasons, in a sunset, or in the miracle of the birth of a child.

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8 Responses to The Unseen is Eternal

  1. Thanks for the great reminder to fix our eyes on the eternal. Love the George Strait song. Very inspiring.

    Blessings.

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  2. Zelda Rene says:

    Truly, God’s fingerprints are everywhere–and the blessing of getting older is that my focus on Him has intensified. When I have my Bible time–talking with Him as I read–it’s no longer a quick scan without discussion, as in younger days. Sometimes I think I could just spend the whole day at His feet–I’m immersed and fully at peace; and because I do this early in my day, the rest of the day goes more smoothly. I can’t thank Him enough–and my constant phrase is, “You’re just too good to me, Lord”. Can’t wait to get Home to Heaven 🙂 Huge blessings on your day, Sir.

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  3. Frank Hubeny says:

    Beautiful song and reminder that the unseen is eternal.

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