Weekly Newsletter: Divine Eyes
What if we could see with Divine eyes? What would it be like to see things the way The Divine sees them? How do we suppose The Divine sees us? What would it take to see the way The Divine sees?
Our vision is skewed by our beliefs about the world. We see people and are quick to label them, and in so doing we are often quick to judge them. Does The Divine see the same way we do? Obviously The Divine sees things we are not capable of seeing — such as the inherent worth of every son and daughter. The Divine sees with Parent eyes, and in His sight love extends beyond the scope of human ability.
To see with Divine eyes means to love as The Divine loves. It also means that we are slow to judge — or we refuse to judge — and are quick to forgive and grant second and third and fourth chances. Seeing with Divine eyes also means we believe in our children and we respect them.
I recommend we close our eyes and ask The Divine to help us see with Divine sight. We may not be able to handle Divine vision for more than a short while, but with practice we’ll be able to know the difference between our sight, and Divine sight, and we will long to pull back the veil and see with Divine eyes.
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