It’s easy to look at life and see bad news. After all, it’s all around you. And the more you see it, the easier it is to see more of it. Then sadly, once you see enough of it, it’s easy to become depressed, fatalistic and hopeless. This is why it’s absolutely critical to look for God’s good news. And it’s there, even if you haven’t seen it before. You see it when you notice how God’s love changes people, how God has healed people, and how God has enabled people do compassionate, generous and risking-taking things on God’s behalf. Once you see this, you start seeing more and more of it. Then soon, you actually are more hopeful, joyful and excited to get on board with God than you’ve ever been before. The reason is quite simple. What you see is what you get.