"The Lord turned and looked straight at Peter. Then Peter remembered the word the Lord had spoken to him:'Before the rooster crows today, you will deny me three times'." - Luke 22:61
There were many things that caught my attention as I read through the passage for this day. I journaled my thoughts, and this note I jotted down is worth sharing.
What was Jesus thinking when he looked at Peter, Luke 22:61, after Peter denied him the third time and the cock ( rooster) crowed?
What does God's gaze imply when he is looking at us?
A lot can be said with the eyes. Yes I want God to gaze on me, but I want that look to be one of endearment and not one of sadness at the choices I make from moment to moment in each day.
So what do you think Jesus' eyes were saying?