1Kings 14 The gecko in the garden tries to fool by staying still and changing his coat to match the plant. He thinks you can’t see them, just like King Jeroboam thought he could fool the prophet Ahijah. When the little prince was very ill, Jeroboam sent his wife to Ahijah disguised as an ordinary woman. What Jeroboam didn’t know was that the old prophet was now blind. Yet, God would be Ahijah’s eyes.
Is. 46:9 says, “Truly, I am God, I have no peer; I am God, and there is none like me.”
Our disguises do not fool God. Even blindness cannot fool God. We may change our clothing, put on a new face, but God sees us as we are. God sees our heart. He sees our motives. He sees the situation.
Do you attempt to conceal yourself out of shame, thinking the world doesn’t know you as a believer? Jesus reminded us: “For whoever is ashamed of me and my words, the Son of Man will be ashamed of that person when he comes in his glory and in the glory of the Father and of the holy angels.” [Luke9]
And also, this is true; if God wants someone to know us, He will reveal who we are. Are you trying to hide behind a disguise? Come out and let the world know who you are.