Your perspective may be wrong

Dr. Grant MullenI am significant 3 Comments

How do you interpret life events?

Are you a glass half empty kind of person?

Or an eternal optimist?

What lens are you looking at your life through?

Your perspective has a huge impact on your life.

And it may be defective.

Watch the video and upgrade your perspective.

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Comments 3

  1. “Defective perspective”…= more than just a bit of rhyme! Thank you once again for taking us into the Word and reminding us to ask the Lord for HIS perspective…for His lens through which to view the events—or the seemingly blank screens! May the Lord continue to “grant ears to hear” the valued resource you are for the Body of Christ!

  2. Thankyou for reminding us that we on both a Spiritual and physical journey. True perspective would be unfulfilled with only one. May the path to Heaven be always beneath our feet and in our hearts. God bless.

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