In Luke 19, Jesus meets with a man named Zacchaeus, who struggled with perspective and worldliness. As a tax collector, he took advantage of people and thought of himself first instead of using his gifts to bless those around him. Jesus called Zacchaeus and went to stay with him. There, Jesus opened Zacchaeus’ eyes, allowing him to love others and let the Lord take control. This story teaches us how God can open our eyes to see change as well. This change affects many different areas because our perspective impacts everything we do. God opens our eyes and shows us this through Jesus’ response to the crowd in Luke 19:10:

“For the Son of Man came to seek and save the lost.”