There is so much that we cannot see with our human eyes. We see a tiny fraction of the world around us. But because God's vantage point is so much higher than ours, He sees things that we cannot.
He sees the beauty of a single snowflake and the wonder in the eyes of an infant child. He knows what it feels like to be misunderstood and to be hurt by someone you love deeply. He knows how it feels to forgive someone who has hurt you again and again, even when they seem to have no intention of stopping.
This article is about God's perspective on life - seeing things that we can't see because he has a different vantage point from us - as well as what he understands about life, which includes beauty and pain. The Bible contains words of wisdom from the perspective of God about life, and what makes it worth living. . It is a book of hope and inspiration that is the absolute word of God.
Here are 2 good Bible verses:
“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,” declares the Lord. (Isaiah 55:8)
The Bible verse is about the difference between God's thoughts and our own. It reminds us that God can see things we can't and he has a plan for us that we may not understand. It also shows us that even if we don't understand what's going on, there is always a way to persevere. This is often used as a message of hope in the face of adversity or when faced with challenges in life.
“As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts. (Isaiah 55:9)
God is a fatherly figure who is always there for you and your needs. He knows what's best, can see the future, and loves you unconditionally.
In conclusion, we cannot see everything because we are not God. We can only see a small part of the universe and all the things that happen in it.
Hopefully, this article reminds you in your challenging times, that God is always in Control! Please comment below and we will try our best to help out!