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The Inventor (Psalm 94:7-11)

and they say, “The Lord does not see;
the God of Jacob does not perceive.”

Understand, O dullest of the people!
Fools, when will you be wise?
 He who planted the ear, does he not hear?
He who formed the eye, does he not see?
 He who disciplines the nations, does he not rebuke?
He who teaches man knowledge—
the Lord—knows the thoughts of man,
that they are but a breath.

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I admit I am one of these fools. When I’m down, there are times I thought that God doesn’t see me. If He really does, why can’t or why won’t He come to rescue me when in fact He said to just call upon His name?

Who would know best how a newly invented machine would work if not its maker? We are just the clay, God is the Potter. He knows the number of our hair strands. He knows what’s running deep in our minds. He knows what covers our dear heart.

Just like a machine in which the maker knows where and when to press a button, our Creator knows where to put us and when to pull us out in a tough situation. He’s got eyes and ears to sense what’s going on with us every single second.

“Your thoughts are not my thoughts”, He said. It doesn’t mean that because you’ve got a high IQ you can reason out to God and just depend on your own. In fact, that knowledge and wisdom all came from God. He still has a higher intelligence, the highest actually.

You do not want to be called fool?Then, do not depend on your thoughts, pray for God’s wisdom. He is the alpha and omega. He knows everything.

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