Kingdom Perspective

Kingdom-minded - with our eyes set on above

I love exploring places that make me feel small! Whether it’s hiking up a mountain or swimming far out in the ocean, it’s like I’m seeing from an entirely different perspective! I see the bigness of creation and I’m filled with awe, as I’m reminded that I’m just a small part of it.

Perspective totally changes the way that we see things, and it can be the difference between feeling like we’re barely getting by, or feeling like we’re thriving. We all have different perspectives of the way we see our lives, our relationships, our future, our purpose, even our everyday moments…

And you know what? Our perspective actually holds a LOT of power because it determines how we see things. Are we seeing other people through a lens of love, or of judgment? Are we seeing our future through a lens of despair, or of hope? Are we tired of our work/school, or do we see purpose in it?

No matter what your perspective looks like right now, you can change it! Like using binoculars to get a better perspective of whales breaching in the distance, or like climbing up a hill to see across the city. You can learn to see people through the eyes of love. You can learn to see hope for your future. You can learn to see purpose in the everyday.

So, how do we do this? By fixing our eyes on Jesus and having a Kingdom perspective.

But what is a Kingdom perspective? To me, it means a few things…

  • It means seeing the bigness of God compared to the smallness of our problems (no matter how big they may seem to us!).

  • It means knowing that God is sovereign and works all things together for good.

Romans 8:28 - "And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose."
  • It means remembering that this life is temporary and not setting our hearts on things of the world.

  • It means seeking purpose in what God wants for our life and following Him.

The more you get to know Jesus, the more you’ll see with a Kingdom perspective. He brings hope; He brings joy; He brings purpose; He brings freedom. He helps us see the bigger picture. And you can rest in peace knowing you are in His loving arms.

Laura XO


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