Visible and invisible


By faith Moses,

When he was come to years,

Refused to be called

The son of Pharaoh’s daughter;

Choosing rather

To suffer affliction

With the people of God,

Than to enjoy

The pleasures of sin

For a season;

Esteeming the reproach of Christ

Greater riches

Than the treasures in Egypt:

For he had respect

Unto the recompence

Of the reward.

By faith

He forsook Egypt,

Not fearing

The wrath of the king:

For he endured,

As seeing him

Who is invisible.

For the invisible things of him

From the creation of the world

Are clearly seen,

Being understood

By the things that are made,

Even his eternal power

And Godhead;

So that they are without excuse:

Giving thanks unto the Father,

Which hath made us meet

To be partakers

Of the inheritance

Of the saints in light:

Who hath delivered us

From the power of darkness,

And hath translated us

Into the kingdom

Of his dear Son:

In whom we have redemption

Through his blood,

Even the forgiveness of sins:

Who is the image

Of the invisible God,

The firstborn of every creature:

For by him

Were all things created,

That are in heaven,

And that are in earth,

Visible and invisible,

Whether they be thrones,

Or dominions,

Or principalities,

Or powers:

All things were created

By him,

And for him:

And he is before all things,

And by him all things consist.

And he is the head

Of the body,

The church:

Who is the beginning,

The firstborn from the dead;

That in all things

He might have the preeminence.

Now unto the King eternal,

Immortal, invisible,

The only wise God,

Be honour and glory

For ever and ever.


Hebrew 11:24-27; Romans 1:20;

Colossians 1:12-18; I Timothy 1:17

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