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Focus - We can use a camera to focus on things or even a microscope. Using these, also means we have to have good vision. #Focus

Focus – We can use a camera to focus on things or even a microscope. Using these, also means we have to have good vision. #Focus

Focus - We can use a camera to focus on things or even a microscope. Using these, also means we have to have good vision. #Focus

If you don’t have good vision, it can cause your pictures to be blurry if you cannot focus. Today with technology, almost everyone has a camera on them now. Most of all smartphones come equipped with cameras to take pictures and/or videos.

What does focus mean?

a central point, as of attraction, attention, or activity:

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to concentrate:

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The Word of God is like using a camera or microscope. We must focus or concentrate on what is being said. Besides Christ should be our focal point on everything we do. If it is not, everyone else will be blurry and out of wack.

When we take the time to zoom in and concentrate and allow the Word to speak to us, how much more we will be focused on things of God.

How the Holy Spirit is like an Alarm System.

Just like in real life, having poor or bad vision can effect our every day life. Poor vision on the Word of God can do the same. It can effect our walk with Him.

Sometimes we need to zoom in, other times we may need to zoom out. Get focused on Him and His Word.

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