We live in a very opinionated/ judgmental world. Every second, someone somewhere in the world is either judging others or being judged - honest, dishonest, kind, mean, friendly, unfriendly, ... (the list is endless). These tags are often born out of observations and perceptions. They define how we relate with people and how they relate with us. We approve of those that meet our standards and disapprove of those that do not.
If we, though limited in our observational skills, can identify both positive and negative traits in others and we relate with them accordingly, how much more the Almighty God ( who sees and knows all things, and whose standards are much higher than those of the most upright of men). Right? Surely, God sees everyone rights and wrongs, perfections and flaws, and He treats people based on these observations. Correct? No! Very Wrong!
The Bible says God gives rain and sunshine to both the just and unjust, and the good and evil (Matthew 5: 45). He does not discriminate. Do you know why? It's because when He looks at anyone He does not see their rights or wrongs. All He sees is His creation.
When God looks at you He does not see your rights or wrongs. He does not see your flaws or perfections. All He sees is you - His wonderful creation.
All God sees is you and all He cares about is you.