The relationship of prayer, faith and
a knowledge of God's character are explored in this third book in
the Fully in Focus series. As another 55 attributes of God are
presented through Scriptures, readers begin to "see the invisible."
The added personal notes explore the life application of God's
character, resulting in a growing faith. With hearts filled with
faith and trust, one finds that prayer becomes a welcome way to
meet with God, to give Him praise and thanks, and to yield earthly
cares and concerns into His able hands.
Invisible: that which cannot be
physically seen; not perceptible by the eye
In John’s writings, he tells us several
things about God. He states that God is a Spirit, that no one
has seen God, that the Word is God and that Jesus is the One who
reveals God to us. In John
4:24 (NLT) we read, “For God is Spirit, so those who worship
him must worship in spirit and in truth.”So, is it possible to see the invisible God?
In Hebrews 11:1 (NKJV)
we read “Now faith is the substance of things
hoped for, the evidence of things not
seen.” Through faith we can “see the
invisible.” What do
you see? The more you learn about God’s character and you focus on
who He is, the more clearly you will see the invisible God. You
will see Him as your Father, your friend, your creator and
sustainer. You will see His work in you and around you. And when
you see Him, your faith will bring you boldly before His throne,
trusting in His timing, and trusting in His will. Let us keep our
hearts and our eyes focused on the One who is Invisible!
God is Invisible.
(NLT) Then Job replied to the
Lord: “I know that you can do
anything, and no one can stop you. I had only heard about you
before, but now I have seen you with my own eyes.