And the men which journeyed with him (Saul) stood speechless, hearing a voice, but seeing no man. (Acts 9:7)
What a marvelous word we have here; full of insight and revelation. Think about it; one man, Saul, was seeing, hearing and conversing with Jesus, while the others were only hearing a voice. Not knowing who it was that was speaking, they were unable to converse and were left without a personal touch. Seeing nothing only enhance the mystery they were experiencing.
How could this be? Is God so great that people can be gathered in the same room, elbow to elbow, yet one person will see visions from heaven, here the sweet voice of Jesus, converse with the creator; while others will only hear words? I am fully persuaded that our gathering in Father's House this morning will proclaim this: those that seek Jesus will find him, while all others will only hear words.
Remarkable you may say. Challenging to the mind. After all didn't Jesus say that Father is a God of the heart? Judge for yourself; and love the Lord your God with all your heart. Praise the Lord!
Dr. Thomas Snyder