Spiritual Sight

Many who are blind can actually see, and many who see are really blind. This paradox refers to how physical sight is often accompanied by inner, spiritual blindness. When Jesus healed a blind man, it became a living illustration of how some cannot see with their eyes, while others, can say with Newton “I once was blind, but now I see
28 Jan English South Africa Religion & Spirituality · Christianity

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