Invitation to explore Invisible Reality
When Albert Einsten was five, his father gave him a compass as a present. Instantly Albert was transfixed by the needle which changed direction as he moved the compass about. The idea that there was some kind of magnetic force that operated on this needle invisible to the eyes, touched him to the core. What if there were other forces in the world equally invisible yet equally powerful ones that were undiscovered or not understood? In the same way Christianity explains the invisible realities of God’s love and the fear which try to limit our lives. Invite someone to take a closer look at the invisible realities of God’s world.