Shortly after this reading Jesus would gather disciples. He asked them “What are you looking for?” They said to him, “Rabbi” (which translated means Teacher), “Where are you staying?” He said the them, “Come, and you will see.” Jesus invites us on a journey and soon we too will see. We will see who Jesus is.
Jesus went on to do and teach throughout the land. He became very popular because He was performing miracles. But for Jesus, His popularity was not the most important part of His mission. In fact, later He will lose popularity because He taught a truth that many would think is too hard to accept.
One of the miracles was the healing of a blind man.
Read: The Healing of a Blind Beggar verses: 35-43
Now open the envelope that says “Come and See” and try to see what is hidden from you. You will then know which envelope to open next.
The blind man saw his situation he was in and prayed to Jesus. Sometimes we feel we are debilitated by our own problems and we cry out to Jesus as a last hope. Jesus saves us and the first thing that the blind man saw was Jesus’ face. Jesus healed his vision because this man called out Jesus.