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There are advantages to being able to see. For example, when I was a seminary student, I went to apply for a driver license. The clerk at the Department of Motor Vehicles asked me to read a line on the eye chart. I responded by reading a series of what I thought the correct letters were. To this, the clerk exclaimed, “Sir those were all numbers.” I had read the numbers as if they were letters! Naturally, I needed new glasses, and I will never forget the difference in vision that I experienced when I put them on for the first time.


There are also advantages to being able so see spiritually. For example, consider the case of William Tyndale, the man who translated the Bible into English during the sixteenth century. His enemies had him condemned to death and his prayer at the stake was: “Oh God, open the eyes of the King of England.” Is not this a good prayer for us as well as the King of England? Fortunately, God is both able and willing to restore lost vision if we will surrender our lives to him.

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