By Faith, Not Sight

In The Midst

Matthew 20:29-34.

Two blind men are calling out to Jesus as He passes by them.

These men can’t see. They can’t see the crowd, Jesus, the disciples, or the miracles that Jesus had already performed. They can hear, though. They hear the crowd, and evidently they have heard of Jesus and of the miracles Jesus has performed. They knew exactly who they were calling out to.

Do you?

When you are calling out to God in prayer, do you really stop to consider Who it is you are talking to? The Creator of the universe, the One who holds all things in His hands, the One who died for you. The Almighty God that is I AM. THAT is who you are coming before with your requests, needs, and concerns. The One who is able. The Alpha and Omega that has invited you into His throne room for help in…

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Author: andyinotago

53/m/NZ (Dunedin, NZ)

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