What we become in life is the end result of what we see always. What we see always has a way of influencing our way of life, and our mode of life positively or negatively. What we see has a way of making us to become a celebrity or nonentity. It has a way of making us becoming someone with heart of gold; it has a way of making someone to become a monster! It is true that there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. But if you cannot picture the light before you get to the end of the tunnel, the weariness of darkness will consume your inner energy to go ahead. The chain of events hovering around our lives can impair our inner eyes to see good in every bad event of life. In ability to see good thing in every bad situation can fill our inner mind with negative thoughts. Some even resort to committing suicide because the only thing they can see is hopelessness.



The power of forgiveness is a virtue of the brave. The willing heart to pardon somebody for his or her wrongdoings irrespective of the pains or hurts attached to the acts whether it is deliberate or not. The power of forgiveness is a virtue of the brave.

God wants us to always see good things in every hopeless events of life. Genesis 1:2-4, “And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness [was] upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.” 3And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. 4And God saw the light, that [it was] good: and God divided the light from the darkness.” God saw beyond the gross darkness that covered the whole earth then. He called to reality what He wanted to see around Him.

God called Abraham out of his country, family and father’s house to make him to become father of a great nation. God said He will bless him and through him the nations of the earth shall be blessed. A man without a child, how could that be possible? But God sees beyond his present state of life! From being a childless, Abraham became father of many nations! What do see now?

Jacob was known to be a supplanter. But he wrestled with an angel all night and he prevailed against the angel. His name was changed from supplanter to Israel. What do you see now?

Joseph was very fortunate to see what God has ordained him for in his lifetime. At a very tender age, God showed him that he will become a great leader and others will pay obeisance to him. His dreams were upturned by the forces working against his glorious destiny! Every event around him was creating a wider gap between him and his dreams. Instead of being broken, Joseph developed inner energy to overcome his fear. The same ugly events of the past took him to the palace. He actually became what God has ordained him to be in life. What do you see?

Saul was a deadly threat to the spreading of the gospel. He made havoc of the church, entering every house, and dragging off men and women, committing them to prison. The early Christians see Saul as a threat to the gospel, but God sees him as a vessel unto honour in His hand. Saul had an encounter with Jesus Christ on his way to Damascus to persecute the church. His name was changed to Paul and he became the carrier of the gospel to the gentiles. What do you see?

Life will be so beautiful, if you see the good things in whatever you are passing through in life. Never see yourself as nonentity, see yourself as celebrity. You are not a failure, you are a success. You are not a loser, you are a winner. See light in gross darkness around your life. See hope in hopeless situation. See abundance, even when there is drought. See life in lifeless situation.

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