I love quotes.
This one was given to me and it is so appropriate.
“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living. It’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of the telescope.” Dr. Seuss
The wrong end of the telescope.
It pushes the image so much further away than it truly is.
If it is a problem, and we look at the problem through the right end of the telescope, the problem is magnified.
Making it so much larger than it is.
So, just a simple thought.
Look at God through the right end of the telescope and your problems through the wrong end.
God is larger and the problem is smaller.
Isn’t that the way we should look at life?
If you are facing some insurmountable situation, take the telescope and look through the right end, and find God and all of his magnified power and his increased capacity to meet our needs.
Then turn the telescope around, and look at yourself and your problem.
You and they will be smaller,
Much, much smaller.
So, actually, the wrong end is the right end.
It’s all about perspective.
“He must increase, I must decrease.”
When John the Baptist said that, he was looking through the wrong end of the telescope at the right time.