Sometimes as we struggle for our day-to-day existence while suffering with depression or anxiety, we have tunnel vision and only see things from our perspective. Well, sometime we need to get a different perspective. We need to step back, come around from a different angle and see what the view is from there, just as sister blogger Aging Mommy wrote about.
One might also consider a completely different persective of someone else who has a bigger view than we do and that someone is God. We may only be able to see just our path ahead of us, and it may be foggy or even dark. God, however, sees things from the 40,000 feet view. He can see what’s up ahead and he’s preparing us for it. Things that happen, they put us on the path to where he wants us to be. During your quiet times of reflection and journaling, ask him to show you HIS perspective.
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