When they arrived at Bethsaida, some people brought a blind man to Jesus, begging him to touch him and heal him. So Jesus led him, as his sighted guide, outside the village.
He placed his saliva on the man’s eyes and covered them with his hands. Then he asked him, “Now do you see anything?” “Yes,” he said. “My sight is coming back! I’m beginning to see people, but they look like trees—walking trees.”
Jesus put his hands over the man’s eyes a second time and made him look up. The man opened his eyes wide and he could see everything perfectly. His eyesight was completely restored! (Mark 8:22)
All over the world today, there will be many churches who will offer redeeming prayer. Those who will stand in the place of Christ and offer His Ministry will undoubtedly be hoping their prayer is heard and the one needing help receives grace.
Image how much stronger their faith would be if they could ‘see’ Jesus standing next to them, encouraging and smiling in approval?
… you always have God’s presence. For hasn’t he promised you, “I will never leave you alone, never! And I will not loosen my grip on your life!” (Heb 13:5). ❤️