In episode 141,Phil Thompson helps us acknowledge a difficult reality: sometimes our suffering is a result of our nearsightedness (or even the nearsightedness of others.) Spiritual myopia — our tendency to focus hard on the present and leave the eternal a blur — is something we’re all prone to struggle with, but God desires us to have “eyes to see”… if we’re willing.
When have you been spiritually nearsighted?
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