My Mom has been going around singing a song we sang at church last Sunday called Potter’s Hands. It’s a gorgeous song of surrender so I wasn’t too alarmed when, now almost a week later I can’t seem to get the song out of my head either!
Then the urge struck to sing it from God’s perspective. Not sure how this would work, I started working my way through the song and found it’s just as powerful this way.
The verses are just as powerful. Here is one line.
Singing it from God's perspective “take us & mold us...” as the song says. He desires for us to “live all of our lives through His eyes” not our own.
s it isn't easy to God's eyes. Sometimes He may show us things that we'd rather not see. When we look through His eyes and allow Him to speak to us along the way, and to mold us into willing vessels ready to not only see through His eyes but to act from His heart we expeirience a change. Not an outward change but an inward one
This has become my prayer. That I would see each person, each circumstance, through His eyes and not my own because my view of people and circumstances is warped. But when I look through God’s eyes at that person, suddenly I see the person as a lost lamb and my heart fills with compassion to help them; or when I look at that eyes, suddenly it doesn’t seem as overwhelming anymore.