• Becky Cope

God Factor

One thing that has come to my attention, especially over the last month through this COVID lock-down thing, is the false truths that are being said to us. Well, they are truths, just twisted with a modern bias that leaves out the God factor. Which I suppose is natural if you do not know or recognize there is a God factor. Without knowledge or direction of the God factor, it will appear nonexistent. With the God Factor activated, it will influence every area of your life. I love the God Factor. I want to live every day, anticipating the God Factor actively working in my life. "For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us." Romans 8:18 NKJV

With the God Factor in place, we see things differently. It's like 3D glasses. 3D glasses alter the way our eyes see an image. It doesn't change the image we are seeing; we just see it differently.

So with our 3D God Factor glasses in place, situations take on a different image or sight interpretation.

God Factor believers do not think, process, or respond the same as those, as Paul called them ”that have no hope." Sure there are things every day we must choose to process through faith and not sight. There are things we will never understand this side of heaven. But with our God Factor glasses in place, it really does not matter. I never want to take the God Factor out of any situation. That is when miracles happen. Those are the "but God testimonies..." we live and read about in the Bible. We all need to stop and adjust our God Factor glasses at times. Maybe they slipped, or have gotten a little dirty. Perhaps something has hit you so hard that they got knocked right off your face. With God's help, He comforts and says, "You’re OK. Pick up your glasses. Let me clean them for you. Put on your "God Factor vision correctors" and keep on pressing on." God would say, “I'm with you. I got this!" "Now we see things imperfectly, like puzzling reflections in a mirror, but then we will see everything with perfect clarity. All that I know now is partial and incomplete, but then I will know everything completely, just as God now knows me completely." 1 Corinthians 13:12 NLT



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