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What is Unseen is Eternal

“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 4:18

I’ve lived more than half a century. I’ve been a believer all my life, but I can honestly recall only two times when I actually abided by this verse 100%. Two times? That’s shameful. Sure, I THINK I do all the time, but worry always rears its ugly head. Thankfully, God doesn’t hold it against us - He always gives us another chance.

My parents sent me to Europe to visit a foreign exchange student when I was 14 years old. (the world was a much different place way back then). I flew across the Atlantic and landed in Hanover, Germany. As we exited the aircraft, I was still very excited, anticipating the best summer ever, but entering the chaotic terminal, I froze. What do I do? I didn’t know German. I was NOT a seasoned traveler. I was still a baby. I remember praying, “Help me, God” and all of the sudden, I noticed that the crowd was moving ‘that’ way, so I followed. Foreign words swirled around me as we walked for hours it seemed, long corridor after corridor. I felt fear bubbling up again, but repeated my plea to God. It was at that moment, I noticed an overhead sign with a suitcase icon and an arrow. Baggage Claim! I was supposed to meet the family there!

Fast forward about 42 years.

I had unique major surgery three years ago during the pandemic reset – every time my mind touched on all the things that had to line up, all the prep and testing and planning, I simply pictured myself handing it to God. As a result, everything went better than anyone could imagine. The surgeon even mentioned that there had to have been Divine intervention.

I truly believe I saw what could happen when I “walked by faith and not by sight”. ~2 Corinthians 5:7

Have a blessed day!

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