“So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.”- 2 Corinthians 4:8
She was trembling. It was hard not to notice the affect of the airplane turbulence on the lady in the window seat next to me. I smiled and assured her that sitting next to me was the safest seat in the plane. I was on assignment from God. She raised an eyebrow. “All I can imagine is this plane going down”, she confided. She did, however, allow me to pray for her. I asked God to show her what was waiting for her when the plane landed safely. She opened her eyes. “My daughter and grandchild”, she answered. “I am flying to see them.” She stopped trembling and smiled. Seeing what is unseen is something we do on a daily basis. Spiritual vision, hope, worry and fantasy are all examples of projecting on the screen of your imagination the images of the unseen. You have the projection system and the wiring. You just need to flip the switch!
Spiritual sight is when you become aware of the eternal realm in the temporal sphere or the temporal realm in the eternal sphere. Put plainly, with spiritual sight you can see heaven in the here and now or you can see earthly events in the past or future. Jesus describes both of these in John chapter one. Jesus, viewed Nathaniel sitting under a tree in the past, and standing under an open heaven in the future. He also told Nathaniel that he would be able to see angels moving from heaven to earth. Both of these are spiritual sight.
ATTENTION is the first key to developing spiritual sight. To access spiritual sight, you have to become aware and in order to become aware, you have to have your attention drawn toward something. Visual clutter can keep you from seeing the valuable object in front of you. It is the same way with spiritual sight. Here are three things that will help you with spiritual focus: Stop, Look and Listen. Life moves at a blurring pace. Many times spiritual discoveries are found in the in-between moments. A way to practice this focus is to stop and look at your surroundings. Realize the variety of objects and sounds that surround you that you were not aware of previously. It is the same in the unseen realm. Make a physical or mental list of these things. The more you practice this, the more you will develop both natural and spiritual focus. Paying attention is the first step. Then you can develop awareness and access what is unseen. We will talk about that in the future.
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