We sang “Keep Your Eyes Upon Jesus” Sunday morning in church. I love that hymn, but I wonder what the song asks. Does it mean to look continually Heavenward? I can’t live the future in this moment; I’m placed on this earth to do God’s work here and now—in the present. I try to look into the face of Jesus in the world about me. I see His face in the sky, in the ocean, in the sand and shells, the flowers and trees, and most particularly in the faces of those whom I love. The face of Jesus can’t be something only witnessed by looking up into the skies; for me His face is most visible in the world His Father created, a world that still witnesses to His glory. Help me, please Lord, to see the face of Jesus in all whom I meet, even those whose behavior seems not to bear that face. May I especially see Jesus in them, reaching out, forgiving and asking forgiveness. We all carry the face of Jesus—that is where I want my attention, my eyes, to be focused.