Mark 10:46-52 or (Matthew 28:16-20)
An organist was performing a concert on an antique organ. The bellows were hand-pumped by a boy who was behind a screen, unseen by the audience. The first part of the performance was well received. The audience was thrilled by the organist’s ability at the keyboard of that old instrument. After accepting the applause and taking his bows, the musician walked off-stage triumphantly. As he was passing the boy behind the screen he heard him say, “We played well, didn’t we?” To which the organist replied, “What do you mean, we?” After the intermission, the organist again seated himself at the console and began to play. But nothing came out. Not a sound! Then the organist heard a voice from behind the screen say, “Now do you know what ‘we’ means?”
When music comes into our life it is always because someone is pumping the bellows. The blind beggar in today’s Gospel Lesson could not restore his own sight. You and I could not…
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