Max Lucado's Devotion: Sight to the Blind

By Max Lucado - UpWords Ministries On February 5, 2014

 

When people are refused access to Christ by those closest to him, the result is empty, hollow religion.  Ugly religion.

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Hard to believe?  Yet it happens-even in the church. It happens when a church spends more time discussing the style of its sanctuary than it does the needs of the hungry. It happens when a church is known more for its stance on an issue than its reliance upon God. It happens when we think Jesus has more important things to do than to be bothered by such insignificant people.

Christ thought otherwise. Jesus felt sorry for the blind men and touched their eyes, and at once they could see.  In that moment, of all the people, it was the blind who really saw Jesus.

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