DV Awareness Day #7: When You Look in Their Eyes, What Do You See?

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When you look in their eyes,
what do you see?
Is it fear or anger…
versus sad or happy?
For the eyes are our gateways…
leading directly to our soul…
and what you see in the eyes…
are many stories yet untold.
For hidden wounds of our pasts…
we may struggle to conceal…
but we fail to realize…
through our eyes its revealed.
For when evil lurks…
you can see it in the eyes…
as you see abusers change…
as the anger in them arise.
And you can see the wounds…
in the eyes of the broken…
for the sadness is evident…
without a word being spoken.
And fear is so evident…
as the eyes get big and wide…
and though we try to control it…
the fear in us we can’t hide.
Then love, joy, and happiness…
bring a sparkle and glow…
as the eyes seem to twinkle…
and their feelings we just know.
So whether darkness or light…
our eyes tell our story…
so learn to be discerning…
and to God we’ll give the glory.
For as we look in their eyes…
there is much that we can learn…
so beware of any warnings…
and avoid those with evil you discern.

© Secret Angel and The Abuse Expose’ with Secret Angel, 2016.

Dear Lord, teach us to be discerning of what our gateways expose… that we will see the woundedness of Your children and beware of the anger and deceptions that lurk within others. Protect us from evil and deliver us from fear. Bring Peace, Joy, and happiness to all as You calm the storms within each with healing and restoration to their souls… in Jesus’ Name. Amen.

“The lamp of the body is the eye. If therefore your eye is good, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eye is bad, your whole body will be full of darkness.” Matthew 6:22-23

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9 thoughts on “DV Awareness Day #7: When You Look in Their Eyes, What Do You See?

  1. Pingback: DV Awareness Day #7: When You Look in Their Eyes, What Do You See? | Madison Elizabeth Baylis

    • Awe… thank you so much Anna. God gives us all gifts to use for His Kingdom… and most of the time we really don’t even realize. You are such a strong advocate for the less fortunate and a blessing to all who follow you. Keep shedding Light on abuse. Many, many blessings to you, my sister!!

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