Blind Like A Bat?

Although a bat has pretty good eyesight, contrary to popular belief, they do not rely on their eyes to capture their prey.  A bat operates in a nocturnal world and uses a process called echolocation to track down their in flight meals.  Echolocation is essentially mammalian sonar and is basically a signal sent out and returned that helps them hone in on their objective.  As Christ followers we live by faith and not by sight just like it says in 2 Corinthians 5:7.  So when you think of how a bat finds its way in the dark think about how we pray and send signals to God.  The more we pray the easier it is to find our way.  

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