You have nothing to add to God but your heart - give him that and he will turn you into a genuine supernatural super-human.
Double vision? Why yes of course. The title is so Saturday morning that I had to say it twice with the extension added to the second. I mean here we are on a Monday going through the editing of the message, and I can’t but be totally excited that God got me up 4:am-ish to speak this one into existence from, la la land. See how He wants so much to be in relationship with us? He’s like looking down from heaven asking, “hey you awake yet, how bout now, how bout now - hu, hu”
Ha, no but right straight away you will be more, more, more than a conquer, if you surrender your heart completely and totally, yes 100 to God (Rom 8:37).
You see this answer’s your right now question, and Solomon's as well when he stated in Ecclesiastes, well lets hear it from his own lips - well ok but so you get what I mean ha:
Eccl 2:12-21 - Then I turned myself to consider wisdom and madness and folly;
For what can the man do who succeeds the king?—
Only what he has already done.
13 Then I saw that wisdom excels folly
As light excels darkness.
14 The wise man’s eyes are in his head,
But the fool walks in darkness.
Yet I myself perceived
That the same event happens to them all.
15 So I said in my heart,
“As it happens to the fool,
It also happens to me,
And why was I then more wise?”
Then I said in my heart,
“This also is vanity.”
16 For there is no more remembrance of the wise than of the fool forever,
Since all that now is will be forgotten in the days to come.
And how does a wise man die?
As the fool!
17 Therefore I hated life because the work that was done under the sun was distressing to me, for all is vanity and grasping for the wind.
18 Then I hated all my labor in which I had toiled under the sun, because I must leave it to the man who will come after me. 19 And who knows whether he will be wise or a fool? Yet he will rule over all my labor in which I toiled and in which I have shown myself wise under the sun. This also is vanity. 20 Therefore I turned my heart and despaired of all the labor in which I had toiled under the sun. 21 For there is a man whose labor is with wisdom, knowledge, and skill; yet he must leave his [a]heritage to a man who has not labored for it. This also is vanity and a great evil.