“For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.”

– Romans 1:20

Yesterday we talked about the first of the four questions that a worldview must answer, which is Who am I? Today, we are going to talk about the second fundamental question of a worldview: Where am I?

When you are in Christ, you are in the Kingdom of God spiritually and you’re in the Father’s world physically. This planet belongs to Him and it’s pulsating with life and teeming with growth and motion! Everything that you see happening — flowers blooming, animals playing, humans loving and being loved — is the demonstration of a spiritual reality in a material experience. In other words, what is visible is a shadow of the true nature, which is divine and intangible. When you adopt a Christian worldview, it’s important to realize that your primary citizenship is in the Kingdom of Heaven. You live in a physical universe that is informed and influenced by things of the Spirit, and they’re woven together beautifully.

Friend, God wants you to know that this beautiful spiritual world is available to you; a world in which anything is possible because it is governed by a loving Father who has complete control and authority over it. Since He reigns, there is no tragedy, heartache, loss, or sickness that is too great to be reached by His goodness, miracles, and power. Isn’t that great news?


Jesus, thank you for planting me securely in a world that is governed by your goodness. I invite the fullness of your Kingdom into my circumstances today.


How can the fullness of God’s Kingdom impact the physical limitations of your life? Do you believe His power transcends what you can see?

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