Today's passage is a long one and a whole lot happens. Because the passage is so long, take time to read it a fourth time, on your own, if you need more time or another opportunity to fully process all that takes place in this text.
Bread plays a clear role in today's passage. This past Sunday was World Communion Sunday, what connections do you see between communion and the role bread plays in this passage?
The two step process of healing the blind man is a bit of an odd story. What might the "truth behind the truth," be communicating in the context of this passage?
As you wrestle with today's text, may God enlighten you to a new understanding, both of the text, and of yourself.
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Published: 10/8/2019 1:00 AM
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