Invisible doesn’t mean imaginary. Like the wind, the unseen Jesus continually flows thru my heart. I’m often in awe about the way that what the invisible Jesus says and does within me matches outer reality.
Jesus is invisible, but far from imaginary. Everyday His unseen presence heals and sets people free from inner bondage. The invisible Jesus is encountered through experience, not by analysis. By humility and brokenness, not by pride.
Jesus is my invisible friend. He amazes me every day by continually demonstrating His reality. Nothing I can imagine can come anywhere close to being as real in my life as the invisible Jesus is.
Millions have Jesus as their invisible friend. When we tell each other about our experiences with Him they match.
Like the thoughts and emotions inside our mind and heart, Jesus is invisible, but very real. The human heart’s both encouraged and tormented by much that’s invisible. The invisible Jesus can guide you to encouragement.
If you’ve somehow abandoned joy along life’s way, the risen Jesus can help you rediscover it. I find what Jesus says within me to be far more encouraging than what I hear being said around me.
(After posting this, I was reading a book by Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf and came across the phrase the invisible Jesus, a phrase I’ve never seen or heard anyone but me use before. See the bottom two pictures.)
Jesus gives Inner power Every hour!