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As Ambrose of Milan taught 1500 years ago, God can only be known by an obedient faith, “He who is unwilling to see God cannot see him. God is not seen in place, but in a pure heart; nor is God sought with corporeal eyes, nor is circumscribed by sight, nor grasped by touch; nor is he heard in audible speech, nor perceived by sensible approach.”[1]

[1] William Wilson, The Popular Preachers of the Ancient Church: Their Lives, Their Manners, and Their Work (London: James Hogg & Sons, 1859), 76.