I look, but I don’t see.
Seeing is a gift You possess.
What I see is my reality.
What You see is far beyond
what I can comprehend.
In my deep gashes, gaping wounds
You see only potential, experiences
to take me far beyond today
to a future beyond my wildest dreams
in Your infinite reality.
In the mirror I see a gnarled witch,
but You see a beautiful princess.
I see a shy kitten,
but You see a roaring lion
and I am undone by You.
I have nothing. I am nothing.
Submitted to You, though,
my nothing becomes Your everything.
I give You my fragile frailties
and You mold them into godly courage.
My mirror is polished and clean,
but still I do not see what You see.
Far beyond my sight is You
and You make all the difference in me.
In You, I matter. In You, I am.
Please Lord, take what I see
and make what You see.
Mold me into Your image,
What You purposed before I was
so others see not me, but You.
I want to comprehend
the potential in others and in me.
Open my blind eyes to experience
a glimpse of Your eternal reality.
Lord, let me see.
“What do you want Me to do for you?” Jesus asked.
“My Rabbi,” the blind man said, “I want to see!”
And Jesus said to him, “Go, for your faith has healed you.” Instantly the man could see, and he followed Jesus down the road.1
When we trust in Him, we’re free to say whatever needs to be said, bold to go wherever we need to go.2
For now in this time of imperfection we see in a mirror dimly a blurred reflection, a riddle, an enigma, but then when the time of perfection comes we will see reality face to face. Now I know in part just in fragments, but then I will know fully, just as I have been fully known by God.3
For we are His workmanship, His own master work, a work of art, created in Christ Jesus reborn from above—spiritually transformed, renewed, ready to be used for good works, which God prepared for us beforehand taking paths which He set, so that we would walk in them living the good life which He prearranged and made ready for us.4
Where there is no vision, the people perish.5
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1 Mark 10:51-52 NLT
2 Ephesians 3:12 MSG
3 1 Corinthians 13:12 AMP
4 Ephesians 2:10 AMP
5 Proverbs 29:18 KJV