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Day 7: Spiritual Food in Quarantine


dgment has already been rendered. “This is the judgment, that the Light has come into the world, and men loved the darkness rather than the Light, for their deeds were evil.” The man born blind in John 9 represents all men’s spiritual blindness. A blind man does things he thinks he needs to do but because he can’t see, he troubles and even hurts others and himself in the process. This was true of St. Paul, too. He had zeal but was misguided. He blindly thought he was doing God a service by persecuting Christians, when he really also was hurting himself by kicking against sharp sticks.

The world was on its way to destruction. It didn’t need to be condemned; it needed to be saved. That’s why God sent His Son. Notice it was Jesus who found the blind man. It is He who finds us. We may struggle with His mud-smearing ways of opening our eyes. But if we trust and obey Him like the blind man and St. Paul did, our sight will be restored. And we will taste and see the goodness of the Lord.

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