Verse of the day:
And Elisha prayed, and said, “Lord, I pray, open his eyes that he may see.” Then the Lord opened the eyes of the young man, and he saw. And behold, the mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire all around Elisha.
What you see is often dependent on where you stand relative to that thing, and is also dependent on what medium you use to view that thing. Your perception and subsequently, your understanding may be colored by some cultural bias, previous experiences, predetermined expectations or even your level of maturity. For example, MENE MENE TEKEL UPHARSIN is to one,
In the above verse, two men are presented – each one with a differing perception of reality. In the prior verses, Elisha’s servant was filled with fear because of what he had perceived. Elisha on the other hand, was unmoved because he had eyes to see greater things than his servant did. Thus, Elisha prayed that Father would open the eyes of His servant. This also is why Christ came, that through our belief in Him, the veil that once covered our eyes and prevented us from seeing clearly would be removed!
Beloved, as you grow in maturity, your perception will continually align with the Truth. You will no longer call a molehill, a mountain, and neither will you misinterpret crucial writings on the wall to be mere scrawlings. Your perception of people will be shaped according to the way Father sees. Your perception of yourself and your circumstances will change too. By virtue of your beholding (i.e. seeing)
Therefore, do not take lightly, your walk with your heavenly Father if you desire to continually see as with eyes purified.
You are blessed!Beloved, as you grow in maturity, your perception will continually align with the Truth. You will no longer call a molehill, a mountain, and neither will you misinterpret crucial writings on the wall to be mere scrawlings.
References: Daniel 5:25, 2 Corinthians 3:16
Father, thank you for this invitation to see as You see. Help me to consider things more and more from Your perspective that my actions may
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