My grandfather was a pastor, and my mom often has talked about being a P.K. (preacher’s kid). I’ve heard the saints' children called "church kids" and "children of the church." Regardless of the label, they are a new generation, and too many times, all they know about God is what they have heard and been taught. Growing up, I heard about God in Sunday school, church, family worship, and children's Bible programs on the radio. I had a lot of "hearing with the ear." But did I really know for myself who God was? Did I see Him with my spiritual vision?
At the end of Job's trial, after he had struggled, suffered, and seen God move, he was able to say today's verse. It was like he was saying, “I see it now!” How vital that we see God and not just go only on what we have heard. He wants a personal relationship with us. Whatever we are going through, God wants us to turn to Him, to lean on Him, to trust Him. As we do, He becomes more real to us. It is then that we can say, "NOW mine eye has seen You!"
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.