Despite this, we shouldn’t stop trying to see things from God’s perfect perspective. Though we must remember that no matter how hard we try we will never get to that place of perfect perspective this side of the grave. But we can still declare what we want to see, whether that be healing or restoration or salvation or reconciliation. We must be like the father of the prodigal son, who waited for his son to return and when he saw his son coming, even though he still was a long way off, he began to rejoice.
Our words shape our world. We can bring glimmers of God’s perfect perspective wherever we go.