Isaiah 50:4-7; Psalms 22:8-9,17-20,23-24; Philippians 2:6-11; Luke 22:14-23:56
Helen Keller overcame the formidable obstacle of blindness to become one of history’s most inspiring women. When she once was asked if anything could possibly be worse than living without sight, she replied, “There is something that is worse than living without sight: living without vision.”
We are in constant need of discovering and rediscovering the tremendous difference true vision makes in our lives.
If we focus with our human sight on the obstacles and barriers around us, our entire life will be influenced by those aberrations. In fact, we might well be overwhelmed by them. If we focus on how unfair life can be and how petty people’s attitudes can be and how difficult our circumstances can be, we will live a life that is colored by negativism and despair. But when we divert our attention from the merely human things we see around us and focus on God’s vision of what is real and what is to come, it makes a tremendous difference.…
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