Have you ever had to get new eyeglasses? If so, you know what a dramatic difference they make. They help you to see with "new eyes."
God wants us to see with new eyes, too...the eyes of His Spirit. As with new eyeglasses, Our eyes will make an astounding difference in the way we see other people and their relationship to us.
In the flesh, the Laodicean believers saw themselves as being pretty well-off and in good spiritual condition. The Lord saw them quite differently. He was deeply concerned because, in His eyes, they were "wretched, miserable, poor, blind, and naked." What a difference!
How do we see those who oppose us, hurt us, "lord it over" you? Do you see them through eyes of anger, inferiority, dislike or fear? Would you like to see them differently – through God's eyes? If you would, He has already provided for you to have His sight, for He says, "Therefore, from now on, we regard no one according to the flesh. Even though we have known Christ according to the flesh, yet now we know Him thus no longer." God gives us new spiritual eyes...only we need to learn to open and use them! When we do, we will experience great rest in God's knowledge of what other people are really all about. We will see Him differently, too...Let's have our NEW EYES...
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