Man most times is a logical being he acts on whatever seems right to his reasoning and his senses. He makes judgement based on rational thinking. But Isiah 55:6-11 tells us that God’s ways are not our ways, neither are His thoughts our thoughts. The way God sees is different from the way we see.
God sees the end from the beginning. While the disciples after Pentecost saw Paul as a major threats to the church, God looked at him and saw an apostle who will not carry the gospel to the Gentile nations but also one who would later write half of the new testament.
Examine yourself and the people around you. Have you wrongly judged them? Have you condemned someone who God is not yet done with? The Pharisees could see no better than a harlot in Mary Magdalene but Jesus saw differently. Later she would be the first person to witness the resurrection of the risen Lord.
This goes to prove that mans reasoning cannot be trusted. We must not judged by the sight as 2 Corinthians 5:7 has reminded us that we walk y faith and not by sight. We must be men and women who can accurately discern the judgement of God, choosing not to judge based on our senses, no matter how convincing the physical evidences may seem, but to trust the spirit of the Lord within us to guide our decisions.
Let us choose to be different from the world, let us make decisions discarding physical evidences and only hearken to the voice of the holy spirit within us.