TRY TO SEE THINGS more and more from GOD’S perspective. – PROVERBS 20 : 24, 2 CORINTHIANS 4 : 17 – 18

“TRY TO SEE THINGS more and more from GOD’S perspective. Let the Light of GOD’S Presence so fully fill your mind that you view the world through GOD. When little things don’t go as you had hoped, look to The LORD lightheartedly and say, “Oh, well.” This simple discipline can protect you from being burdened with an accumulation of petty cares and frustrations. If you practice this diligently, you will make a life-changing discovery: You realize that most of the things that worry you are not important. If you shrug them off immediately and return your focus to GOD, you will walk through your days with lighter steps and a joyful heart. When serious problems come your way, you will have more reserves for dealing with them. You will not have squandered your energy on petty problems. You may even reach the point where you can agree with the apostle Paul that all your troubles are light and momentary, compared with the eternal glory being achieved by them.”

A man’s steps are directed by the LORD. How then can anyone understand his own way? PROVERBS 20 : 24

For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal. 2 CORINTHIANS 4 : 17 – 18

Prayer: Lord, help me to see my problems from your perspective, remembering they are temporary and each trial can draw me closer to you. Help me to keep my eyes fixed on you today and to keep eternity in mind, where there will be no more pain, suffering, or trials of any kind. In Jesus’ name. Amen

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