One day, I had this vision of a man standing before a line of people. This man would take time looking at each person. As I examined this scene from far behind, I noticed something. He would look at these people with such love in his eyes. It was like I could feel the purity and sincerity from the place I stood. A love like that felt so rare. When I awoke from this vision, I knew in my spirit, this man represented God.
Have you ever taken the time to think about how God looks at you? For me, there were so many moments I felt He would look upon me with shame. But in that one moment, I knew my entire perspective was wrong. God looks at each of us with such a love in His eyes. As I said above, this is a rare love. A love that many of us have never grown to know. Sometimes, I wish I could go back into that vision and relive that moment. A love that's as pure as that won't ever be found in any human.
And honestly looking back, I believe that was the bigger takeaway. To understand that the intimate relationship we each have with God is so precious. So special. He takes His time looking at every part of us, even those things that we desire to hide. And yet still looks at us with so much love in His eyes. To someone reading this, God wants you to know that your relationship with Him is honorable and precious in His sight. He values you. No matter what you think, He looks at you with love.
Do yourself a great favor today, and open your heart to receive that the Most High God, is so in love with you...
“The Lord has appeared of old to me, saying: “Yes, I have loved you with an everlasting love; Therefore with lovingkindness I have drawn you.”
Jeremiah 31:3 NKJV
“I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my loving eye on you.”
Psalms 32:8 NIV
Song(s) Meditation: Lovin' Me by Jonathan McReynolds
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Reflection Question(s): We invite you to discuss below.
When you think of God looking at you with "loving eyes", how does that make you feel? Does that help change your perspective on how you see God?