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But, when I was preparing my studies of this story, I came across a saying of one of the older preachers, who observed that, although little could be said for this blind man, there was this one thing: he was at least in a place where Jesus was likely to go. He was by the gate leading into the temple grounds, where Jesus frequently passed by, and it was there that Jesus looked at him, loved him, healed him, and drew him to himself.

From Freddy Fritz’ Sermon: Do Religious People Have an Advantage?