How is your eyesight?

When is the last time you looked in the mirror and said, “Wow, look at that masterpiece!” I know, you think I’m kidding, but that’s how God sees us. In fact, He thinks so much about each one of us that… “Even before He made the world, God loved us and chose us in Christ to be holy and without fault in HIS EYES.” (Eph 1:4 NLT) Did you see that? “…. without fault in HIS EYES.” In order to see ourselves “without fault” we have to look through the eyes of God. He has the unique ability to see us for what we can become instead of what we were, or what we are now. A famous hockey player said, “I don’t skate to where the puck is, I skate to where puck is going.”

So, what about you? When you’re looking at yourself, whose eyes are you looking through? Other people, enemies, the devil? Just remember, the “Eyes of God” have forgotten your past, are aware of your today, and are seeing you in your God-given DESTINY.

“For we are God’s MASTERPIECE. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things He planned for us long ago.” (Eph 2:10 NLT)

In Him, Kevin Kinchen

2 thoughts on “How is your eyesight?

  1. Thanks for reminding us that it’s all about perspective. We can either accept the world’s perspective on who we are, or God’s perspective. I’ll choose to see me as God sees me, IN CHRIST. John 1:4 says,”In him (Christ) was life, and the life was the light of men”. If we choose to see ourselves “in Christ”, we will walk as he walked, and all men will be drawn to that light. Not to us, but to the LIGHT that is within us, and the Great Commission will be fulfilled as they come to Christ Jesus.

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