John 14: 7
If you really know me you will know my Father as well. From now
on you do know Him and have seen Him.
God is an overwhelming concept. He, in all His attributes, is
at the center of every Christian's life; yet, none of us could
describe Him, for no one has seen Him.
In the times of the Old Testament, it was commonly believed that
to see God meant death. That is why Moses climbed up leaving
the Israelites below, for they could not be allowed to see the face
of the Holy One.
We know that through the work of Christ on the cross, the veil
separating God and man has been removed. God is no longer
inaccessible. Jesus, throughout His precious three-year ministry,
tried His best to explain that He, Jesus, was and is the personal
revelation of the Father. John 10:30 I and the Father are one.
Jesus, through scripture, is described as one not standing
out in physical appearance so as to be different. Yet His glory
is momentarily exposed in the Transformation. He is the
embodiment of God, the lamb and the lion. full of power,
strength, compassion and loving-kindness. Want to know
God? Read the words of Jesus. Want to see God? See the
life Jesus lived. He is the one sent for the purpose of
revealing God to all. After all....He was and is God... from
everlasting to everlasting.. from alpha to omega.. even
to and beyond the end of the age.
God is close by; in your heart, hidden no longer. If you get
very quiet, you can hear His gentle whisper in your soul!