See then Walk

Blind Bart sat by the road as usual, but when he heard the crowd and the talk of Jesus coming closer, he knew this was going to be a life changing day.
He wasn’t lame but he may as well have been. It had been years since he had walked anywhere. When you can’t see, you don’t walk very far.
He cried out for mercy and Jesus heard the honest cry, stopped and healed him. When blind Bartimaus was healed, he immediately got up and walked after Jesus in the way.
John Baptist was told, “The blind see and the lame walk; the lepers are cleansed and the deaf hear; the dead are raised up and the poor have the gospel preached to them” Mat 11:5 The Messiah’s role was to give sight to the blind and heal the lame and afflicted.
But as true and wonderful as it is that God wants to heal physical bodies, there are some in the synagogue who are spiritually blind, spiritually lame and bent over.
Jesus prays for Bartimaus, “And immediately he received his sight and followed Jesus on the road”. To raise people to their feet, He touches the blind eyes of their hearts.
Friend, God doesn’t start or finish with rules. God doesn’t try to change the way we act or walk, but He enables us to see.
“Then the blind and the lame came to Him in the temple, and He healed them. “ Mat 21:14
He begins with the blind. Seeing is the key to spiritual wholeness. Jesus fixes our walk and our lameness by healing our eyes.Cry out today!

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