I don’t know about you, but sometimes I just wish I could get a spiritual eyeball transplant so that I would be able to see myself, circumstances around me, other people, and even God like God does. As humans our “sight” is so limited sometimes and we really need some help seeing from a different perspective. Today’s devotional by Lee Strobel reposted from biblegateway.com encourages us to see those around us in a new way: through Heaven’s eyes.
I periodically need to remind myself of the value that God places on other human beings, even when I don’t know the other person or when he or she is very different from me. But to be honest, that’s not natural for me to do.
Every once in a while, though, I get a reminder, like reading about an incident that occurred in North Carolina in 1995. Ten year-old Lawrence Shields was picking through a bucket of debris in a gemstone mine when a rock piqued his interest. “I just liked the shape of it,” he said.
When he knocked off the dirt and grit that were clinging to it, and as he rubbed it on his shirt to polish it up, he saw that this was much more than just a rock. It turned out to be read more
source: Bible Gateway