I used to picture a God's-eye View like looking down on the world. I thought, how silly and zippy and small we must look to God. And to think that never seemed condescending or anything. He's God.
But I realized the other day, with the clouds descending over the mountains, that His presence is more like a mist. It's a fog settling down and seeping through all the crevices and even into the secret parts. We don't look little and silly because he sees us messy and up close. Nothing is hidden and nothing is insignificant. There is nothing He cannot touch.
Two things distinguish a God's-eye View from mine: He can see everything all at once, so it all makes sense. And He can see everything through a lens of grace, so it's redeemed even when it doesn't make sense.