The Bible talks about people who "having sights, but they cannot see". God gave us eyes for sighting, but He gives vision for seeing. Your eyes may sight what is within, but it is vision that sees what is beyond. God is able to do exceedingly, abundantly, more than we can ever ask or think. But the fact that He's able doesn't mean He'd do it without our permission. Many people know what they lack, but they don't know what they need. And this is why many people suffer endlessly.
Many graduates lack a good job, and they consciously pray for one. They've stayed so long in the low salary job with the same prayer point, "Lord, change my job". It's time to stop sighting and start seeing. God asked Jeremiah "what do you see?", and what he saw wasn't something he could sight naturally. God told Abraham to "look towards…", and the things that God was showing him are not things that the natural eye could sight. The Bible says that eyes have not seen the blessings that God has reserved for them that love Him. You just can't depend on your eyes to see the fullness of God's blessing for you, you need a vision.
That's how far we'd go on today's Timely Note. But take these last words; WITH THE EYES, MOSES COULD ONLY KILL ONE EGYPTIAN SOLDIER AND STILL RAN AWAY. BUT WITH VISION, HE KILLED THOUSANDS OF THEM AND STILL TOOK THEIR GOODS. JUST AS YOU USE YOUR EYES TO SIGHT ANYTHING, YOU CAN ALSO USE VISION TO SEE BEYOND ANYTHING. Have a most fruitful day, in Jesus precious name!
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