Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, provoked the wrath of King Nebuchadnezzar because they didn’t respect his gods and refuse to worship the gold statue that he erected? The king offered them a second chance to escape a sure death if they would bow their knees and worship the statue.
What would life be like without true spiritual vision? Many people already know. They are not aware of a spiritual kingdom because their senses have not been awakened to recognize its presence. It is possible to develop our spiritual eyes to see beyond the natural scope of our existence. We can remove the veils that blind. We can learn to look again. Our eyes can be opened to the vision which lies beyond the natural, into the realm of possibilities.
If we put all the letters together for Chozeh or seer, and we have a threefold cord, which is not easily broken. It is the transcendence of man’s struggle to reconnect to the breath of God.
A proper understanding of the seer will help us to transcend limitations and reconnect with God. So that we know God in Spirit and in truth for His Spirit flows to, in and through us.
A seer is a shepherd or steward of God’s glory. Therefore the seer is a window into a dimension of eternity in time. Time is linear. Time carries the aspects of history, time past, the now or present, and the future. But concerning the things of God there is only what is ‘always’. The eternal nature of God transcends time barriers.
Moses was raised in the Pharaoh’s palace where he developed a mentality of anything imagined or desired is possible. Moses knew he had the authority and power to accomplish any feat. He saw gigantic pyramids and a vast kingdom built and established through the use of the Jewish slaves. He thought out of the box. His thoughts were not confined to the narrow ways of slavery. His thoughts were ones of freedom, liberty, creativity, education, authority, ruling, and reigning. Everything Egypt did was large. Moses knew the ways of the Pharaoh’s he knew the ways of the Egyptian world.
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