None are so blind as those who refuse to see Being willfully, stubbornly blind about something makes a person incurable. Not believing something will not make it go away, or be untrue, or have no power in your life.
Yesterday was about grace, but the results of grace returned in unexpected, and seemingly disastrous ways. Grace restores what is good, but the process can be so disruptive it may feel more like a tearing down than a building up, more like a taking away than a restoring.
You would think we would embrace grace wholeheartedly, we would be mad in love with grace. But, we are not. We have made a life that works in the world we know. Grace disrupts all that, and we can be just as prone to resist and reject as to revel and receive.
“ADONAI-RAPHA, Praise be the God Who heals, ADONAI, ADONAI, Almighty God, God of Majesty! I can SEE!” And what did the blind man see?
You have to literally give up seeing some things so you are able to see other things.