God Is Not Aware;
“Who (Jesus) alone has immortality [in the sense of exemption from every kind of death] and lives in unapproachable light, Whom no man has ever seen or can see…” (1 Timothy 6:16 AMP).
When you’re living in the light of God’s Word, you’ll cease to observe situations like an ordinary man; rather you’ll take charge of situations and change them according to the Word.
A lot of God’s children make the mistake of waiting for God to do something about their situation; they’re waiting for Him to take them to that “Promised Land”—that good and prosperous place, flowing with milk and honey. They’re yet to realize that in the mind of God, they’re already in the Promised Land; they got there the moment they were born again. In other words, they’re already positioned in the best place they could ever be. You received the life and nature of God the moment you were born again. Now, the Bible calls you “the glory of God” and that’s how God sees you.
From that moment onward, He’s only aware of things that are consistent with His Word and what it says about you. Once what you’re experiencing is inconsistent with the provisions made available to you in His Word, He’s not aware of it. For example, He’s not aware that you’re barren. He doesn’t know you’re suffering from migraine headaches. He doesn’t know you’re financially down, or that you’re suffering from sickle cell anaemia, or that you can’t stop smoking or telling lies!
He’s just not aware of such things! So you can see why sickness, poverty, defeat and failure are unnatural to the new creation in Christ Jesus. It’s ordinary men who are susceptible to all such influences. The Bible says, “Who (God) only hath immortality, dwelling in the light which no man can approach unto…” (1 Timothy 6:16). If you continue to live like an ordinary man then you can’t approach God. What I’m sharing with you today may be shocking to some, nonetheless it’s the truth. The blessings of God are available to you now. It’s your responsibility to move to that higher level of life by appropriating them into your daily walk.
FURTHER STUDY: ROMANS 12:2