He Who Formed The Eye, Shall He Not See…
As our Lord knows our thoughts we can not hide. We can not speak iniquities in our mind while speaking sweet nothings with our lips. The Lord, our God, knows what is in our thoughts and in our heart.
The Lord knows the thoughts of man,
That they are futile. ~ Psalm 94:11 NKJB
When we are earnest in our endeavors our Lord will help push us forward. When we “act as-if” after a fall, the Lord will help us, He will forgive us, but if we continue down the same path, with the same result at the same time what should we expect from our Lord? Are we playing a game or are we morphing into the child of God that He intends us to be or are we manipulating the situation for personal gain?
They utter speech, and speak insolent things;
All the workers of iniquity boast in themselves.
They break in pieces Your people, O Lord,
And afflict Your heritage.
They slay the widow and the stranger,
And murder the fatherless. ~ Psalms 94:4-6 NKJB
How do we hide these thoughts from the Lord and as our actions are out-of-balance with our thoughts? We can not balance these two things for ever. We can not continue to hide our thoughts from those around us as we act as-if we are someone we are not.
Yet they say, “The Lord does not see,
Nor does the God of Jacob understand.”
Understand, you senseless among the people;
And you fools, when will you be wise?
He who planted the ear, shall He not hear?
He who formed the eye, shall He not see?
He who instructs the nations, shall He not correct,
He who teaches man knowledge? ~ Psalms 94:7-10 NKJB
We are surrounded by those that would speak with a velvet tongue but entertain the thoughts and house the heart of a demon. We see them on TV, we sit next to them in a restaurant and we walk beside them in the office. They are everywhere. When do we, the body of the saved, do our part and show them the Light in a realistic manner that they may change their ways, cleanse their mind and soften their heart? They are like a black walnut, a tough nut to crack, as they see themselves in one way the Truth is always there. The Truth never sleeps and will be exposed.
Either the Scripture is the divine Word of God teaching us how to live and how to be a reflection of God, or it’s nothing more than a historical account of events.