The eye is the lamp of the body. So says Jesus.
What that practically means is that your gaze has gravity.
The Ninja likes to ride his bike one-handed. And then he looks at something he passes. His hand follows his look, and he ends up on the ground.
When I was learning to drive, my dad always talked about looking where I was going and I'd help the car get there.
At Family Camp every year, Swanee (the wrangler-in-chief) tells us to look to where we want to go and the horse will go there, because our body will direct him that way.
When I was learning to ski, I remember the ski instructor talking about looking where I wanted to go and my body would follow.
The eye is the lamp of the body.
If I look at temptation, I will go there. If I look at Christ, I will go to Him. If I look at my trial, I will go where it leads. If I look at Jesus, I go where He leads. If I look at things I ought not, I will go there. If I look at the Bible, I go there. If I look at money, I'll seek it. If I look at the Kingdom, I'll seek it.
Your gaze has gravity. Put it in the right place.
But that's just me thinking thoughts...