Jesus Cured the Blind Man of Jericho

 

Luke 18:35-43

 

When the blind man heard that Jesus was near,

The blind man cried to Jesus for mercy.

When other people told him to be still,

The blind man cried out to Jesus louder.

 

The blind man wanted to receive his sight.

His faith in Jesus made the cure all right.

The blind man persevered.  The crowd praised God.

Luke recorded the cure in his Gospel.

 

Here is what Jack Benny said about his

glasses.  “I just need these to see.”  Woody

Allen says his optometrist calls out

the eye chart letters and asks, “True or false?”

 

My eyes are fine.  Now that I can see well

I can write poetry that does not smell.

 

Patrick McCaskey

 

Patrick McCaskey is a Vice President and Director of the Chicago Bears, Chair of Sports Faith International, and Chair of WSFI Catholic Radio 88.5, as well as poet and the author of our Sports and Faith Series. He is also a grandson of George “Papa Bear” Halas. Surprising, inspiring, and all very human, Patrick McCaskey’s Poems About the Gospel is a book for all seasons where readers can find a few words of encouragement in every poem. Poems About the Gospel is available from Sporting Chance PressAmazon and select bookstores like the Little Way in Crystal Lake.

 

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