"NOW I SEE"

Rightly considered, sight is a spiritual sense, not a material faculty; it is never reliant upon optic nerves, muscles, or complex lenses, but is a faculty of the all-knowing, all-seeing Mind, God, and is therefore clear, sharp, and unfailing. Matter, that illusive, delusive mist of material thinking, cannot veil man's real vision, nor can the false human theory of time as a regulator of existence distort it. The function of vision, which is spiritual in origin and nature, is to reveal the perfection of God's universe, the true state of His creation as holy and harmonious.

In the ninth chapter of John's Gospel is recorded the healing of a man who had been born blind. When he was questioned by the Pharisees as to the validity of the healing and when he was counseled by them to deny the divine authority of Christ Jesus, who had opened his blind eyes, the man, cutting through the bigoted theological arguments of his questioners, answered (verse 25), "One thing I know, that, whereas I was blind, now I see."

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