This building has a foyer with sliding glass doors and glass windows. I stood right up next to the window, shielded from the wind, but in clear view of all who would pass by. The drive in front of the foyer is a frequent place for physicians to use because it leads directly to their parking places. In fact, I saw a couple of our obstetricians drive past while I waited. None of them, nor anyone else using this drive while I was there, were at all aware of my presence. To them, I was not only unseen, I was not seen, even though I was mere feet from them.
The Scriptures tell us that the truths of the Lord are clearly manifest in His creation all around us:
"For the invisible things of Him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse," (Romans 1:20.)
How often do we pass by all the things which point to the Lord in His creation and never even begin to see Him in it? It is my belief that every blade of grass, every petal of every flower, ever leaf in some way point out the power, majesty and wonders of our Lord, yet the truths they display are often not seen by our mortal eyes. Perhaps when we as Christians enter into His glory, we will look back on the "invisible things from Him" and be astounded at the truths that were all around us, but our eyes never saw. Every place our eyes rest will manifest "even His eternal power and Godhead."
Let us expect to see the truths of our Lord all around us.
"For in Him we live, and move, and have our being;"