Our perspective influences our reality doesn’t it? The husband and wife saw the same church in very different ways. Because of his perspective and attitude, he’ll likely never find a church that satisfies him. He prioritized his preferences over following the leading of God. Yet, his wife would likely see God everywhere because she trusted that he was the giver of good things.  Ultimately how we experience our lives depends on what we believe about God, ourselves, and the world around us.  But it is also true that our experiences from the past also influence the perspectives we each hold.  Jesus asked his disciples then, and his disciples now, to alter our perspective and allow Him to be the Lord of our lives. In his second letter to believers in Corinth, Paul sets an example of how to have a proper perspective on God, himself, and others. He writes this in 2 Corinthians, chapter 6: