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This past week, we asked the question, how could Jesus get up everyday and do the will of the Father,and more importantly, do it with the right attitude, without being discouraged, defeated, or disheartened? We saw it all had to do with His perspective, His attitude, and where His heart and treasure was. We saw that Jesus had realistic expectations! He knew He was in a fallen world filled with broken people, and so He always hoped for the best, but He was always ready to experience the worse. We also saw that the things in this life that encumber us and weight us down and bring so much anxiety into our lives, He cared nothing about, freeing Him of much of what brings us so much needless pain. We also saw that Jesus found joy and chased after those things that were found in doing the will of the father, and as a result, Jesus lived for those moments that God could be glorified in. Jesus could get up every day and do the will of the Father because that is what brought Him joy. This week we will look at another aspect of Jesus’ life, essential in doing the will of the Father. They say, its not what you look at but what you see that matters, so join us this week as we continue in the series for this week’s topic, “What Do You See?”