The Miracle Of Your Having Blessed Eyes That See

Your Eyes Are Blessed to See
We Live in a  strange world, in shocking times. This is a time where morality is loose, where people do virtually anything they want in the name of modernization and progress. A time where people come out boldly to proclaim they are Satanist (Worship satan). But this is also a glorious time for the believer. God showed the prophet Isaiah and he wrote in Isaiah 60 “1 Arise, shine; for thy light is come, and the glory of the Lord is risen upon thee.
2 For, behold, the darkness shall cover the earth, and gross darkness the people: but the Lord shall arise upon thee, and his glory shall be seen upon thee.
3 And the Gentiles shall come to thy light, and kings to the brightness of thy rising.”
Christians must first arise and shine, Jesus calls us light, the salt of the earth. We are in the world, but not of the world therefore we should not behave like those in the world. Christians are a different breed.
In the book of Jeremiah, The prophet Jeremiah was vexed and frustrated in heart. He saw the condition of his people, how they had become b-a-d to the bone. They were wicked, sinful, and had traded their glorious God for an abundance of no-good idols. “The heavens were shocked at such a thing” because no nation had ever exchanged their gods for new ones (Jer. 2:11-12).
For 40 years, Jeremiah prophesied messages from the Lord to His people. He warned them over and over that they would lose their land and go into captivity if they didn’t turn back to Him. Nobody listened because nobody could see his or her true spiritual condition.
Your Eyes Are Blessed to See
Jesus told His disciples, “Blessed are your eyes to see” (Matt. 13:16). He wasn’t just talking about physical sight. He was talking about the ability to observe and distinguish spiritual things. Although Jeremiah deeply grieved for his people, consider that it’s better to be the one who sees than the one who doesn’t.
If you are a person who sees and discerns well before others do, know this: You are blessed to see. People will fight against this blessing in you, but don’t shut it down. Like Jeremiah, God will fortify you to stand for the right things in your family, church, and land (Jer. 1:18). You are a watchperson and very needed in the body of Christ.