“I came into this world so those who can’t see, will see!”
God is the giver and we are the receivers! Jesus proved this many times through the miracles and wonders of his ministry; those recorded in the holy book.
Wherever Jesus went, there was always a large group of people in need of some sort of healing. One of the famous recorded miracles was the healing of the blind man; one without sight since birth.
Questions came up about the cause of the blindness: “Who is to blame for this man’s blindness?” Jesus’ response was, “No one!” He went on to explain, “I must work the works of him who sent me while it is still day. The night is coming soon.” (Jn. 3)
After being healed, the man was questioned. His response reminded me of the song Amazing Grace: “I was once blind, but now I can see.”
Is there a temporary hindrance blocking your view?
Are you blind to the opportunities God has in store for you? Are you focusing on what’s wrong instead of reaching towards what’s right?
God can and will utilize every being for good. Why?
When we become one with our good, we become one with God.
God gives and we receive; if we ask and believe.
“Ask and you shall receive!”