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1 Samuel 16, 1-13; Psalm 23; Ephesians 5, 8-14; John 9, 1-41
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The colorful story of the healing of the blind man brings forth the key lesson of the day. This poor wreck of a man was born blind. He represents all of us who always fail to see what’s beyond appearances. When he recovered his sight, he became a new man. We too stand in need of new eyes to see what escapes the naked eye. That new vision is given to those who come to Christ with a sincere heart.
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Opposing the blind man are the Pharisees who pretending to know it all prove themselves to be the real blind men. As we approach EASTER, we are called to acknowledge our radical blindness to God’s grace and mercy. We are called to go to confession like the blind man who was cured by Jesus. Stubbornness in evil leads nowhere. A humble sincere heart opens for us the gates of NEW LIFE!
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