I stood on the balcony of my hotel and looked out towards the square beneath with the passing cars and pedestrians making their way to work. A simple scene on an ordinary spring morning in a European city, yet something struck me differently. I looked and it occurred to me that God sees this all the time. I have taken a snapshot of a particular moment in time in a place I will soon leave, and lose sight of; yet God is aware of this all the time. I suddenly broke into song and into praise, deeply conscious of the vast superiority of God’s perception, vision and sight as compared to mine. I was humbled, as I recognised how partial my viewpoint is, how restricted my knowledge of things can be ; God in His omnipresence sees all, hears all, knows all. I am a short term observer of partial reality, but God….
Books - An Eye to the Crown; Reborn.
TV - Passion pour Dieu.
Ministry - Abba House church, The Theophilus Company.
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