” Be not as the horse which has no understanding … “

And behold, two blind men, sitting by the way, heard that Jesus was passing by; and they cried out, saying, “Lord, Son of David, take pity on us.”But the crowd rebuked them to be quiet. But they cried out all the more, saying, “Lord, Son of David, take pity on us.” (Mt 20:29-31).

 It is significant that the two blind men come about the same road Jesus walked. They were lucky invalids in contrast with those who sat along the path Jesus had never passed by. From that time up to now is still a favorable time to look for Jesus, for He is not a far from those who call upon His name for healing from blindness.

 And he called them and said, “What do you want, that I might do for you?”They said to him, “Lord, that our eyes be opened.” Then Jesus, taking pity on them, touched their eyes. And immediately they saw, and they followed him, (Mt 20:32-34).

And as they have followed after Him, they got knowledge of how to be saved from death.

To be continued …..

So, the former “blinds” have been blessed of visions of God’s marvelous deeds and they experienced God’s great love with a specific purpose, – just because the blessed ones would not doubt, rather believe and love the Son of God, and believing they might have life eternal.

To be continued …..

“Truly, truly, I say to you, if anyone keeps my word, he will never see death,” (Joh 8:51).

In one accord with Jesus’ remark, Ps 103 rings,  “But the mercy of the Lord is from eternity, even unto eternity, upon those who fear Him. And His righteousness is upon sons of sons, upon them that keep His testament and remember His commandments to do them.”

Truly, truly I say to you, the salvation belongs to the former blinds who keep God’s testament and remember His commandments to do them.


Glory to You, our great God, glory to You!

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