God Is Watching Us
In a November 22, 2001, New York Times article entitled, “I Know They’re in There, I can See Them Breathing,” by Andrew Revkin, the author reports on state-of-the-art technology which allows coalition forces in Afghanistan to locate enemy personnel and equipment as deep as 100 feet in solid rock. For the most part, neither foul weather nor darkness nor solid rock can stop this technology.
Devices are borne by aircraft, towed behind vehicles, or carried by soldiers and sense minute traces of heat, or the hum of a buried generator, or the magnetic signals from electrical wires. As it happens, the heat sensing element of the devices are more efficient in cold weather. Scientists, who helped develop the equipment, say the slightest hint of warm air escaping from a tunnel or cave will stand out like a beacon from miles away. “As it gets colder the caves are going to stay warm,” one scientist said. “Openings that release that air are going to be seen as hot spots.”
This century’s technical and military gurus apparently this technology and these devices have never existed before—but that’s just not true. You see, since the beginning of time our Commander-in-Chief has been able…
“[to pierce] even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. Neither is there any creature that is not manifest in his sight: but all things are naked and opened unto the eyes of him with whom we have to do.” – Hebrews 4:12-13
Neither weather, nor darkness, nor depth of rock can prevent the eyes of God’s Word from seeing what they desire to see; not even the contents of hell are hidden from them. For the redeemed this poses no problem, but the heat from unforgiven sin is a beacon in the darkness of this world. –John Gillmartin
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