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Charles Spurgeon's God of the All-Seeing Eye

All Seeing Eye

The phrase, all-seeing eye/all seeing eyelike the numerous occult terms C.H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) used in his sermons—is found in Masonic/Luciferian writings, not the Holy Bible.

The Bible tells us that God sees all things:

The eyes of the LORD are in every place, beholding the evil and the good. Proverbs 15:3

God's people are comforted by the fact that the eye of the Lord is upon them that fear him:

Behold, the eye of the LORD is upon them that fear him, upon them that hope in his mercy; Psalm 33:18

God's watchful care over his beloved children has nothing in common with Satan's sinister and specific "all seeing eye." No matter what you might read elsewhere, the phrase, "the all seeing eye" originates in the occult and remains there.

There are no symbols for the God of the Bible and his true titles are in the Bible, not occult books.


Below are a few quotes about the All Seeing Eye.

To skip to Spurgeon's all-seeing eye/all seeing eye preaching, go here. Notice that Spurgeon directly called God the all-seeing eye!



The All Seeing Eye

The All-Seeing Eye is symbolic of the Freemasons' Supreme Being and of the Egyptians' chief deity, Osiris:

"All-Seeing Eye: an important symbol of the Supreme Being, borrowed by the Freemasons from the nations antiquity....On the same principle, the Egyptians represented Osiris, their chief diety, by the symbol of an open eye, and placed this heiroglyphic of him in all their temples." (Mackey's Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, The Masonic History Company, 1946, p. 52-53, as quoted from secondary source "The Great Seal, of the United States: It's Occult Meaning, by David Carrico 1997, p. 28 (A)


The All Seeing Eye is the Eye of Siva:

"The EYE of SIVA is, in fact, an All-Seeing Eye; for it practically annuls Space and Time as concepts on the physical plane. . . a real Master, then has the eye of SIVA; the pineal gland, dormant in others, active in him; and the vibrations of his brain correspond to the synthesis of sound and light." [Emphasis in the original] (AA)


The Masonic Blazing Star (Pentagram) symbolizes The All Seeing Eye:

"The Blazing Star (Pentagram) has been regarded as an emblem of Omniscience, or the All-Seeing Eye, which to the Egyptian Initiates was the emblem of Osiris, the Creator." [Pike, "Morals and Dogma", p. 26-16, according to the Cutting Edge Ministry, ILLUMINIST ALL-SEEING EYE SUMBOLISM SUDDENLY MADE PUBLIC IN LONDON, November, 2002. Here Pike admits that the Blazing Star symbol commonly seen on Masonic lodge floots is symbolically equivalent in meaning to the All-Seeing Eye." (B)


The Sun glyph is the All-Seeing-Eye in Masonic Lodges:

 "...his (Osiris) power was symbolized by an eye over the Sceptre. The Sun was termed by the Greeks the Eye of Jupiter, and the Eye of the world; and his (The Sun glyph) is the All-Seeing Eye in our Lodges." (Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, pp. 15-16, 477) (C)


The All-Seeing Eye is the Eye of Shiva:

"The eye of Shiva—the all-seeing eye, the eye which directs the will and purposes of Deity. These three are, in reality, 1. The eye of the Father—carrying light from the Great Bear. 2. The eye of the Son—carrying light from Sirius. 3. The eye of the Mother—carrying light from the Pleiades. and it is this latter "light energy" which is necessarily peculiarity active when the sign of Taurus is dominant in any planetary and individual horoscope." (D)


Theosophy's All-Seeing Eye:

"...the phrase so often employed, `the All-Seeing Eye.' This refers to the planetary Logos to see all parts, aspects and phases (in time and space) of his planetary vehicle,..." (Alice Bailey, Discipleship in the New Age II - Teachings on the New Age - Part IV) (E)

"It is through the medium of this "all-seeing eye" that the Adept can at any moment put Himself in touch with His disciples anywhere; that He can communicate with His compeers on the planet, and on the third planet which, with ours, forms a triangle..." (Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - A Treatise on Cosmic Fire) (F)

"...upon the Path of Initiation, the initiate develops his tiny correspondence to the planetary `All-Seeing Eye.' (Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Discipleship) (G)


The All-Seeing Eye is the Eye of Horus (Satan!):

Albert Churchward, a Freemason, writes: "The interpretation therefore, of this symbol, sign, or ideograph (Fig. 42) is Horus, or T.G.O.U.T.U., the Eternal Lord of the North and South [as represented by the two triangles], the Great Judge, Unerring, Just, and True, Lord of the All-Seeing Eye." (pg 174-175) Churchward, author of "The Arcana of Freemasonry." (H)


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Spurgeon's Preaching About the All-Seeing Eye

Prayer spreads itself before the all-seeing eye:

There is no hymn sung so well as when we really do praise Jesus in it. No prayer is so true as that prayer which really comes to the mercy seat, and spreads itself before the all-seeing eye. There is no preaching like that which is full of Christ, which gives forth a savor of His good ointments. (1)


The cross is a guilty man's shelter from the all-seeing-eye:

Thank God, the cross is a hiding place. It furnishes for guilty men a shelter from the all-seeing eye, so that justice need not see and strike. When God lifts up His Son, and makes Him visible, He hides the sin of men. He says that “the times of their ignorance He winks at.” Even the greatness of their sin He casts behind His back, so that He need not see it, but may indulge His long-suffering, and permit His pity to endure their provocations. (2)


The all-seeing eye of the divine Mediator: (Divine Mediator is a Theosophical term that does not mean the Jesus Christ who died on the cross for our sins!)

You, dear sister, hidden away in obscurity, are not hidden from the all-seeing eye of the divine Mediator. His breastplate bears your name, yea, He has engraved it upon the palms of His hands, and He will never forget those whose memorials are thus perpetually with Him. May the living blessing of the ever-living Savior be with you today and forever! Amen. (3)


In reference to God: "his all-seeing eye":

The mariner reckons on reaching port at a certain day or hour, but the wind may shift, or many things may happen to delay him. The mariner, however, can reckon even better than you can, forhe has his chart, and he can find his way; he knows where the shoals are, and the quicksands, and the rocks, and where the deep channels run; but you do not know anything about your future life; you are sailing over a sea that no ship’s keel has ever ploughed before. God knows all about it; everything is present to his all-seeing eye, but it is not present to your eye. (5)


The all seeing eye of God:

With regard to God, when I am a conscious sinner I long to hide away from Him, and lo, the Lord Jesus is our shield and hiding place, the cover, the sacred atonement within which we conceal ourselves from justice. Even the all seeing eye of God see no sin in a sinner that is hidden in Christ. (6)


Little things of life are not overlooked by the all-seeing eye:

We should recognize God in the affairs of the future, because, first, there is a divine will which governs all things. I believe that nothing happens apart from divine determination and decree, even the little things of life are not overlooked by the all-seeing eye. The very hairs of your head are numbered.The station of a rush by the river is as fixed and foreknown as the station of a king, and the chaff from the hand of the winnower is steered as much as the stars in their courses. (7)


The pardoned man delights to remember the all-seeing eye:

Beloved, the pardoned man is cleansed from the guile which would ask for quarter for darling sins. He seeks after perfect purity of life and he has heartily ceased from guile, for now as an heir of heaven he lives in the presence of God and delights to remember the all-seeing eye. (8)


God's all-seeing eye:

Oh, how delightful it is to preach, dressed in the robes of Christ or to pray when you feel you have Christ’s vestments on! Oh, how fair a thing it is to minister at God’s altar, when you know that you are dressed in the white linen, the righteousness of Christ, so clean that even God’s all-seeing eye cannot detect so much as a spot or blemish on it. (9)


The all-seeing eye is in your heart:

Now you say in your heart ‘no God,’ because the thought of God is objectionable to you; you would not sin as you do if you remembered that the all-seeing eye is in the chamber, no, is in your heart itself! Remember you soon will not be able to shake off the thought of God, for you will meet Him faceto face; not the thought of God only, but the actual being of God will confront you in your dying hour; you will be compelled to meet Him! (10)


the all-seeing eye of God:

If, then, the all-seeing eye of God takes in at one glance the wide regions of death—and wide they are, wide enough to startle any man who shall try to range them through—if, I say, with one glance God seeth death and seeth hell through, with all its bottomless depths, with all its boundlessness of misery, surely, then, he is quite able to behold all the actions of the little thing called man's heart. (11)


the all seeing eye:

They say, Who shall see them? So sedulously do they mask their attacks, that they defy discovery; their pitfalls are too well hidden, and themselves too carefully concealed to be found out. So they think, but they forget the all seeing eye, and the all discovering hand, which are ever hard by them. Great plots are usually laid bare. (12)


God's all seeing eye:

The unreasonableness and sottishness of the notion they had of God, that he did not hear, did not observe their reproaches of him and his people, is shown by observing that he planted the ear. It is very unreasonable to suppose that he who gave power of perceiving words to others, should not perceive them himself. And the sottishness of their being insensible of God's all seeing eye, and particularly of his seeing their wicked actions, appears, in that God is the being who formed the eye, and gave others a power of seeing. (13)


Spurgeon's title for God--the all-seeing eye:

Let no one suppose that thoughts are not known to the Lord, for He has a window into the closest closet of the soul, a window to which there are no shutters. As we watch bees in a glass hive, so does the eye of the Lord see us. The Bible says, "Hell and destruction are before the Lord: how much more then the hearts of the children of men?" Man is all outside to God. With heaven there are no secrets. That which is done in the private chamber of the heart is as public as the streets before the all-seeing eye. (14)


The all-seeing eye of God:

When a soul puts on the righteousness of Christ by faith, even the all-seeing eye of God cannot see a flaw in that righteousness. Adam in the garden had a perfect righteousness, but then it was only a human one; you and I, when we believe in Jesus, have a perfect righteousness which is divine—the righteousness of the Eternal Son of God himself, and so we can come to God as if we had been perfectly innocent, and stand on terms of full familiarity with the thrice holy One. (15)


the all-seeing eye:

Yet in you, dear friend, the healing is very far from being perfect; if you would behold perfect spiritual health, look ye yonder to those white-robed hosts who jubilantly stand without fault before the throne of God: search them through and through, and they are undefiled; let even the all-seeing eye rest upon them, and they are without spot or wrinkle or any such thing. (16)


"Thine all seeing eye" found in Spurgeon's Treasury of David -- Psalm 139:15:

"My substance was not hid from thee. The substantial part of my being was before thine all seeing eye; the bones which make my frame were put together by thine hand. The essential materials of my being before they were arranged were all within the range of thine eye. I was hidden from all human knowledge, but not from thee: thou hast ever been intimately acquainted with me. When I was made in secret." (17)


Spurgeon, quoting his predecessor, Dr. Gill, using "His all-seeing eye":

"And Dr. Gill excellently expresses the same idea, when he writes, "though all sin is seen by God, in articulo providentiae, in the matter of providence, wherein nothing escapes His all-seeing eye; yet in articula iustificationis, in the matter of justification, He sees no sin in His people, so as to reckon it to them, or condemn them for it; for they all stand 'holy and unblameable and unreproveable in His sight.'" (Col. 1:22.) (18)


an all-seeing eye:

And now, in the third place, THE PREACHING OF THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST TAKES AWAY ALL EXCUSE FROM THOSE WHO HEAR IT AND REJECT IT. "Now have they no cloke for their sin." A cloak is a very poor covering for sin, when there is an all-seeing eye to look through it. (19)


the All-seeing eye:

Against thee, thee only, have I sinned, seeing that Christ hath taken and still takes all our sins upon him; and every sin we commit is as a new burden laid upon his back and upon his back only? Or is it, lastly, that I may justly say, Against thee, the only, have I sinned, because in thy sight only I have done it? For from others I could hide it, and did conceal it? But what can be hidden from the All-seeing eye? (20)


Also see: Charles Spurgeon: Prince of Pretenders Index of Articles



photo credit: All-Seeing Eye of God (The Eye of Providence | Eye of Omniscience | Luminous Delta | Oculus Dei). Ancient mystical sacral symbol of Illuminati and Freemasonry

AA. Quote by Masonic author, J.D. Buck as quoted by Dr. Cathy Burns in her book, Occult & Masonic Symbols Illustrated, pg. 362
B. ibid
C. ibid
F. ibid
G. ibid
H. ibid


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