An interesting thought, for those patient enough to think it through.
“Not once did the disciples say, “Lord, have compassion on this blind beggar who is on the side of the road.” Do they say, “Lord, heal and restore this blind beggar on the side of the road?” “Do they reach out in any tangible way to this blind beggar on the side of the road?
“No, they simply ask an esoteric theological question, “Who sinned, this man or his parents?””
Ruth Harms Calkin
“Walking down the street, Jesus saw a man blind from birth. His disciples asked, “Rabbi, who sinned: this man or his parents, causing him to be born blind?”
Father of Mercies, forgive us. Help us to care, love and be full of the mercy of Jesus. We fall woefully short. It really seems we are the blind ones. We need to be those who wrap your arms around the needy. We need to be your hands and your feet. Forgive us of our heartless religion that helps no one.
2 thoughts on “I Will Say Nothing More”
Bryan, a friend recommended your blog, back in the days “before.” I understood why he thought so highly of you. Since, pieces like this are even better than “before.” Then bringing Linda on board has been a blessing, in and of itself. Thanks
You’re very kind, Delbert. I needed your encouragement, esp. today. TY.
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