As the KJV of the bible quaintly puts it (in 1 Corinthians 13), when it comes to heavenly things “we see as in a glass darkly”. Or as the NLT puts it more clearly (pun intended): “we see things imperfectly, like puzzling reflections in a mirror”.
I wonder, though, which unseen world we see more clearly, this physical one or the heavenly spiritual one?
The reason I ask is because scientists tell us that the world is mainly empty space.
Even the most solid of things contain more emptiness than substance. The main guy to find this out was Ernest Rutherford. We can probably trust him and the others who have observed and proved this for many years now
The bible says that God fills all in all.
So what are you seeing? The world as it is, filled with God’s Spirit and not much else?
Or just the really, really insubstantial physical things around you?
And what are you trusting in? The evidence of your eyes or the Truth?
Jesus said: “I am the Truth…” (John 14:6)