A narrative story based on the blind man of John chapter 9 Scene 1 He was blind from birth Black darkness is all he ever knew. From birth he had no capacity to see. Light had never penetrated the man's perception. Nothing but black darkness. Blind. Worse than that, he existed. ... That’s all. He simply existed. … Continue reading Who is the Blind Man?
It’s an all too common theme. So and so has “quit the meeting,” says one person. “Why?” asks another. “Use your imagination and choose one of a hundred reasons,” says I. It’s such a common thing that I’m sure we can think of at least one or two reasons we've heard (or used). Now, there are clearly … Continue reading “Men abhorred the offering of the Lord”
It is my belief that every story, page, chapter and verse in the Bible is intended to teach us about the Son of God. Luke 24:27 pretty much spells this out as fact. But it's not hard to "see" some connection from the Old Testament to the New Testament that, maybe on occasion, perhaps, possibly, hypothetically … Continue reading A Father, a Son, and the Birth of a Bride
Ever wonder about those little stories in the Gospels? You know the ones: "The woman at the well", "the feeding of the thousands", "the blind man", "the marriage at Cana", etc. They're such wonderful stories revealing what must be limitless insight into the person and work of the Lord Jesus. But have you ever looked at the position … Continue reading Peter and The Leper