““I am the Alpha and the Omega—the beginning and the end,” says the Lord God. “I am the one who is, who always was, and who is still to come—the Almighty One.”” Revelation 1:8 NLT
There’s seven main colors in a rainbow. Everyone knows that. ROY G BIV is the name to remember, the mnemonic device to keep those colors for easy access in your brain. But in reality, there is an infinite number of colors. There’s millions, billions even, of hues in between those letters up there.
However, there’s only so much that the human mind can process. All those shades simply aren’t distinguishable to the naked eye. So, technically, logically, we know they’re there. But in the physical world, we have to quantify. We have to define only those that we can see, either by hex values, or by the actual color name.
There’s only so much that our brains can contain, only so much that our eyes can see, only so much that we can understand. Given this, is it so difficult then to fathom that God is greater than anything we can imagine? That He is omnipotent and beyond all things?
If we can believe in the existence of colors in between colors, even when we do not see, why can’t we extend this same belief in the existence of God in all aspects of our life, in between the lines and the cracks and the most minute of details?
I believe in God our Father. I believe in Christ the Son. I believe in the Holy Spirit. Our God is three in One.
Thank You Jesus for giving me eyes that see beyond the colors of the rainbow.