I have been doing a lot of reading lately, I’m reading my second Don Miller book – “Searching for God knows what” – and a lot of things on the Internet in the same thread as the social justice movement in and out of the church, and those kinds of things.
So now when I ride the train each day I am moved to look at people the way God does – and it humbles me, and tortures me daily. I’m tortured by the fact that when you think about how God must love the people around you, and you hear, and see how other people treat them, all you can do is begin to imagine how God feels for us. His love is torturing me, everyday. I’m okay with this.
I’ve been praying for God to give me his eyes for those around me, and now I see it everyday – and it’s my heart that sees people more clearly each day. Now I want the words, praying is great, but an encounter with God is better.