Many of you have undoubtedly heard the expression “beer goggles.” It emanates from the experience of being out on the town, having one too many beers, and suddenly finding that every woman (or man) in the joint is gorgeous. They’re beautiful (or handsome) because you’re looking at them through beer goggles.
While I don’t highly recommend this sort of activity, it seems to me we could make good use of this. In other words, I don’t think we have to get juiced up to view people in a different light.
As a matter of fact, I think we in the church need to start wearing beer goggles. (If you don’t have a pair, get you some!). We need to begin looking at our neighbors differently. Here are five ways we can do that...
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