What you see is made of things you can’t see.

The reality, seen, heard, touched, physical realm, is upheld by the unseen, unheard, untouchable.

What holds everything together in our faith is unseeable; however, we see faith.

In the physical realm,

Atoms are the basic building blocks that comprise all matter in the universe. An atom is small. How small? Scientist estimate 100,000,000,000,000 atoms are in one cell. One hundred trillion! How many cells in the human body? 30,000,000,000,000. Thirty Trillion.

Each atom is made up of smaller parts. It’s plausible to think those three parts are made up of other parts if we could magnify that far down.

An atom is broken down into smaller parts, nucleus, proton, neutron, and electron.

Everything in the known universe on the smallest level is made up of atoms. Like a dozen eggs are made of 12, everything in the universe comprises atoms. Everything is made up of Trillions of atoms.

Atoms are real, but you are unaware and can’t see them without proper magnification. A microscope that magnifies 500,000 times can see an atom.

You might not realize you have seen an atom. However, EVERYTHING you see is atomic, made up of atoms.

This is true in the realm of spiritual things.

In the realm of faith and the kingdom of God, spiritual things are charged and exist by the unseen; The visible confirms the invisible.

Faith is the substance of things hoped for.

You can know what your hope is based on what is seen.

Faith is the visible, seeable, bearable, touchable reality of what powers and manifests the unseeable, the spirit of hope.

“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” Hebrews 11:1

Our Obedience to the written word of God in our deeds, attitudes, desires, and habits manifests our hope.

Hope is unseen.

Faith is the manifestation of the unseen.

You can know my hope by what my obedient faith does.

Today we live in a world powered by things that happen at the atomic level. Nuclear fission and the power released at the splitting of atoms. We can’t see that.

However, when we flip the switch on the wall, and the light comes on… we are walking in the light of an unseen reality.

Jesus said, “We are the light of the world.”    

How?   Because where our light comes from is the unseen power of God glowing, shining, radiating through us.