A Sunday Morning Vision

In a morning vision yesterday, a large blue eye appeared from up above. It lingered there for a bit and then disappeared. Immediately, it was understood that the all seeing eye of GOD was being shown. Why blue? Perhaps because it is symbolic of a color associated with the sky, heaven and with Spirit. And, as testified in scriptures, GOD is described as a Spirit. (1 Jn. 4:24).

What It Means

When we place our trust and faith in GOD, we profoundly come to realize that HE sees all things – from the end to the beginning. Not excluding are the minutest details in a Believer’s life, including the exact number of hairs on his or her head. (Mat. 10:30) This vision serves to remind us that GOD is a personal and omnipresent FATHER who teaches, instructs and counsels us through HIS Word and with the aid of the Holy Spirit made available through Jesus’ finished works. When we come into covenant with the GOD of all creation through HIS glorified Son, we receive guidance from the highest level. Being in covenant with the FATHER also importantly means that we have been adopted as sons and daughters into HIS family. And that together we will eventually be glorified as joint heirs with Christ in the eternal New Kingdom. (Rom. 8:16-17)

GOD’S Pupil – GOD’S People

While contemplating this vision, thoughts of GOD’S faithful and obedient Believers being likened as the apple (pupil) of HIS eye came to mind. (Ps. 17:8, Prov. 7:2). According to the Hebraic text of Zechariah, some believe that it more accurately translates as: “the little man of his eye”. It bears noting that when we look deeply into someone’s eyes, we can actually see a tiny reflection of ourselves in their pupils. In this sense, GOD’S pupil reflect GOD’S people.

In Brief…

This vision is shared with the intent of encouraging other Believers while at the same time confirming the veracity of GOD’S Word. Regardless of exterior circumstances and situations, be encouraged today in knowing and believing that our celestial FATHER’S overseeing and guiding eye is always on you because that is how good, faithful and loving HE is! Praise GOD and thank you Lord Jesus Christ.

I will instruct you and teach you in the way which you should go;
I will counsel you with My eye upon you. (Ps. 32:8)

Behold, the eye of the Lord is on those who fear Him (reverential fear)
On those who hope for His loving kindness, (Ps. 33:18)

I Will Provide (Spoken Words of Knowledge) (Phil. 4:19)

As always, Keep the Faith!