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is God Really invisible?

     Colors appear in every dream. Some people say or think they only dream in black and white, but that’s simply not true. Many of us dream in clear, bright, vivid colors. Colors are simply amazing and simply everywhere.

God loves colors. Pure bright colors are an expression and manifestation of His words. How is that so? There’s isn’t a bible verse that says colors are a manifestation of his words which leads me to believe that color is an intrinsic part of who he is.

     When God spoke, everything came into being. Genesis 1 does say the Earth was in darkness, but it doesn’t say that the Heavens were in darkness. There was no natural light at the time so we can deduce that the only light there was the father of lights and the spiritual brightness therein.

     In 1 John 1:5, it says God is light. The word for light is phos. It means to exist as light or to be the source of light without any limitations. In James 1:17, it says that God is the father of lights. The word used here is Father of the Photon (Patros Ton Photon).

     This indicates to us that light is a manifestation of God in the natural. Light is comprised of photons. That means that light is a natural manifestation of the supernatural God to be visibly seen by all men and women throughout creation.

      All the light that we see, the colors, the sun, the different spectrums of light, they are all That light originated from him. All light we see originated from his being and we, as well as the rest of what we see, is a manifestation of His light. This hereby destroys the myth that God is invisible and unseen.

     Now, to the contrary, the devil hates that all light comes from the Father and tries to twist and deform that light. One very prime example of this that we see in the Bible is the word that’s used for manifold. That sounds crazy but bear with me a moment.

     The Greek word for manifold or diverse is poikilos. This word means various, but its literal definition is many colors. We see this word used in Ephesians 3:10, “His purpose was that now, through the church, the manifold wisdom of God should be made known to the rulers and authorities in the heavenly realms,”

      Then we see a stark comparison of the use of this word in such verses as, “Then His fame went throughout all Syria; they brought to Him all sick people who were afflicted with various diseases and torments, and those who were demon-possessed, epileptics, and paralytics; and He healed them.” -Matthew 4:24.

So, we see here that God’s wisdom not only has color, but the enemy’s diversities of sicknesses have color as well.

This is particularly remarkable to me because when I researched the colors of illnesses such as cancers or other diseases, I found that they have an array of dark, muted, rainbow-like colors. They appear to be bright in some manner, but they are dull. It reminds of when you see an oil slick on the ground. It has rainbows of colors, but it’s dark and slimy looking. You can see such photos at

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