God does not need us to feel it, figure it out, like it or interpret it. He just needs us to do it (God is the author of the “do it” mantra.) Our challenge is that, all too often, we operate by what we see with natural eyes as in looking upon what is already manifested.
Faith demands that we see with supernatural eyes as in looking upon that which is spiritually completed, even if not yet fully manifested. Natural vision leads us to fleshly and carnal behaviors that are entirely counterproductive to the will of God and the work of Holy Spirit. It also makes us appear to be “of the world” rather than merely being “in the world” having natural vision means that we are literally taking our cues from the world.
From a sensory perspective, no one will argue that we all want to be to see and see well. From a spiritual perspective, when our ability to see (in the physical realm) hinders our ability to see (in the spiritual realm), we place ourselves in the precarious position of being at odds with our faith. And, without faith, it is “impossible to please God”.