“Be thou my vision, O Lord of my heart. . .Thou my best thought by day or by night, waking or sleeping thou presence my light.” I reading the book of Amos this week. Thank you for reading it with me. (Thank God for giving us this “Life Together” pattern. ) Amaziah calls Amos a seer (read “see er”), a person who sees invisible realities so as to speak about them to others. Are we see ers? Do we see the Kingdom of God at work in the world? Do we see God for who He is, sin for what it is? In Luke 18:41, Jesus asks a man what he could do for him. “Lord, I want to see again” was his childlike reply. His prayer is mine today. “Open my eyes, Lord, I want to see Jesus”.