9 comments on ““The Audacity of a Man Who Once Was Blind”

  1. I LOVE this story! There is another similar in the Gospels, where the healed man is afraid and will not stand up to the religious leaders and the Lord had to tell him to sin no more. Fear is a powerful agent – something that we can drown in or slingshot ourselves forward on the adrenalin fear initiates. It’s a tough situation! The story is an inspiration – it rivals the story of the Roman who told the Lord he was unworthy to have the Savior in his house and asked that Jesus only give the command to heal his servant – and Jesus was AMAZED. To AMAZE the Lord; FANTASTIC – very very powerful stuff 🙂 Thanks Dee!

    • Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Sandy. Yes, love the story of the Roman commander, too, especially as you say it, that he amazed the Lord by showing such great faith, not to be found, no not in Israel! These biblical characters, and their stories are truly inspiring. Blessings, Dee

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