Seeing the World

Seeing the World

blinded – so we cannot see . . .

invisible objects, invisible people.

We are terrible about not seeing;

we see broken people as annoyances.

Thusly, they are blessings’

the more broken they are,

the more of God’s blessings

they deserve, they receive.

The weak, the broken,

the poor, the outcasts

cannot go forward alone

without us.

Our defects are

our blinded-ness to them.

Jesus helps us to see

in His glory; Jesus fixed his eyes

on those we do not see.

We can receive;

we can allow the invisible . . .

to receive

God’s Grace,

God’s Peace.

We must see the world

as Jesus saw it.

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