Looking unto Jesus—consider him—. Hebrews 12:2-3 The need of the hour, regardless of the time, is to keep our focus on Christ. This quote from Turning Point illustrates:” In optics, focus is the point toward which light rays converge. In geometry, it’s a special point used in describing conic sections. When we concentrate our attention, we are focusing. When we do it with others in an organized way, we’re in a focus group. The Navy has a missile named Focus, and Ford has a car by the same name. In sports, lack of focus is often the reason given for defeat; and players in a slump try to regain their focus. When we take a blurred picture, it’s because we didn’t focus the camera on the right object.
In life, we find that Christ becomes blurred in our vision when we focus on our problems. But when we put Him in the center of the picture, our trials are less of a focal point and more of a background blur.” Whatever you face today, you will find great strength by keeping your focus on the perfections and power of Christ, rather than your problem.