What’s so bad about rose-colored glasses?

July 1, 2014 | Everyday Divine

“Your mission today, should you decide to accept it, is to start looking at your world through rose-colored glasses. Rather than focus on the crabgrass that’s ruining your lawn, marvel at the intricate beauty of the lowly dandelion. Instead of furrowing your brow in frustration when bees arrive on your picnic scene, focus on their awesome ability to gather nectar from the flowers in your yard and turn it into the golden honey that sweetens your tea.” — Everyday Divine, Chapter 6

And if you need a little extra help in this department, turn to Daniel 3:57-82 and revel in all that God made, from the “fire and heat” to the “dolphins and all water creatures.” Click HERE for that entire Scripture reading.

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