Have you realized how hard it is to believe something you have never heard of? It is a humanity challenge. Our experiences are so powerful, that when someone tells us something we have no frame of reference for, it’s not that we don’t want to believe it, it is just that it is hard to believe it. Then add the reality that we are fed a steady diet of bad news all day every day from the media of various forms, so to be told some really good news seems preposterous to us. Again not because we don’t want to believe it, it is just hard to believe it. But when what we were told is actualized, it creates a pathway of faith inside of us that gives us the ability to believe what we once used to think was unbelievable.

We have entered a time in history where we are about to see somethings happen as Habakkuk 1:5 and Acts 13:41 say, “Look among the nations! Observe! Be astonished! Wonder! Because I am doing something in your days— You would not believe if you were told.” This is not the word of man, this is the words of God and this is the truth. God is about to do something beyond our imagination and we do not have the ability to believe it unless we have seen it in the spirit. Even those who have had glimpses are not ready for how big this is what God is about to do.

Biblical precedence helps us understand what God is doing. The Lord told Moses he was going to deliver Israel from Egypt through his hands. But Moses was not privy to the maginitude of miracles God was about to perform to make this truth a reality. If Moses was not aware, you know the nation of Israel was clueless to what God was about to do. They could not have imagined walking through the Red Sea on dry ground even if someone told them. We are in that magnitude of miracle right now in the world. It is going to be so obviously God you won’t miss it, but none of us would believe it even if we were told. “Look among the nations! Observe! Be astonished! Wonder! Because I am doing something in your days— You would not believe if you were told” (Habakkuk 1:5). It will be bigger than we think.