Sight for the Blind

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I try to explain to you the joy of following Christ: the thrill, the excitement, the exhilaration—knowing where I’ve come from, why I’m here, where I’m going! There’s a reason for existence. There’s a reason for getting up every morning of the year. I try to tell you what I’ve found in Jesus Christ, and in studying the Scriptures and walking with Him, and you say, “I can’t see that!” Of course, you can’t. You are blind. Try to explain television to a blind man. He can understand a little of it, but it doesn’t make sense to him. Try to explain a sunset to him. He’s blind to it. The scales must be removed from your eyes, and only Christ can do that. He can remove them right now and you can start living and seeing a whole new world that you never knew existed, if you will let Him open your spiritual eyes.

Go deeper: Listen to Billy Graham’s message on the cure for spiritual blindness

Prayer for the day

I thank You for that Power that is able to give sight to the spiritually blinded eyes of each person who trusts in You, Lord Jesus.

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  1. Rosario Lewis says:

    Lord, every step I take I take it for you Lord. Every move I make I make it for you Lord. Lord God I bring before you everyone who is spiritual blind and not seen or experienced the light. The light is JESUS. The joy believer’s have in praising and worshiping you Lord and in meditating on your word. Lord I pray that all experience this joy and peace and satisfaction. Yes, walking continually with the Lord is a everyday and every minute affair. John 10:10. The thief comes only to steal plunder and destroy. The devil is a roaring lion just waiting to destroy his enemy. Glory to God . Amen

  2. Gerry says:

    With regard to a personal relationship with Christ , the reality is the first move is yours. Once you do you’ll have no regrets . Your priorities will change for the better and you’ll see things much more clearly. It will definitely be the best decision you’ve ever made .

  3. Joyce Paul says:

    Every loss leaves a space that can be filled with God’s Presence. Thank God!