Maybe it’s not the circumstances that are holding you back—maybe it’s the way you’re seeing things.
Are you ready for some good news?
God can enable you to see as Jesus sees—and that changes everything.
The phrase, “What Would Jesus Do?” was popularized in the 1890s as the sub-title of Charles Sheldon’s well-known book, In His Steps. The phrase re-emerged a hundred years later as a wildly popular wristband call to faithful Christian living. It’s a noble question but a powerless proposition. But when we see with new, accurate vision, all our thoughts, feelings and behaviors effortlessly align to the fresh perspective. Today’s blessing is grounded in the call of Nathanael where Jesus promises the new disciple, gloriously greater vision. Receive today’s blessing rooted in John 1:50-51:
May God give you the eyes of Jesus so you’ll see everything as He sees it. Through Christ’s eyes, as He promised Nathanael, “you’ll see greater things” this season.
Under a cloudless, open heaven, may you have the Savior’s own clear vision so that …
… you’ll see yourself more beloved than broken.
… you’ll see others’ potential more than their problems.
… you’ll see the world’s hope more than its heartaches.
God’s grace is all around you. You’ll see.
And that’s the Gospel!