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5. The Effect of the Vision

The immediate effect of seeing God is a new vision of sin which overwhelms the soul.
Moses saw Him, and discovered that he also was a leper.
Isaiah saw Him, and cried, Woe is me, for I am undone.
Job saw Him, and was silenced abhorring himself in dust and ashes.
Paul saw Him, and was broken and blind before Him.
John saw Him, and fell at His feet as one dead.

No person has loose views of sin who has seen God, neither is any man proud of spirit or hard of heart who has beheld His glory.

The permanent result of vision is a new joy in fellowship, and a new power in prayer.
There is a new sense of communion with God.
The soul remains secure in the secret place where God is seen.

What blessedness can be like it?

To behold Him, and to dwell in His presence is the Heaven of heaven. There we shall see Him and be like Him, but here and now, with the heart cleansed and the life adjusted in all things to His will, we may see Him, and, by grace, find the glory of Heaven begun in our souls.

Psalm 27:4 (NKJV)
4 One thing I have desired of the LORD,
That will I seek:
That I may dwell in the house of the LORD
All the days of my life,
To behold the beauty of the LORD,
And to inquire in His temple.

We're so glad you persevered to the final chapter of this study, and we hope you've been encouraged to pursue prayer in a new way.
This is one way to deepen and broaden your relationship with the Lord God, and find your true purpose for being alive.

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