Things are a little fuzzy.

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I just put in my new contacts. I have never worn glasses and have always been thankful for good vision. Several years ago I started having trouble reading the bible in church. I blamed it on the lighting. I remember telling my husband that they should turn up the lights. Little did I know that it was the age thing creeping in. Now I am not so vain as to think that this couldn't happen to me, but I thought that I would have more time to adjust to it. Like a thief in the night my reading ability slowly has become more and more fuzzy. For awhile I tried the readers and would use them for my own times at home and at church. Then I realized that I couldn't really see the 12pt font that my notes were printed in when I was teaching and that I needed to increase it to 14pt. While teaching I also will refer to my bible and then would have to pull out the reading glasses if I was to read the bible correctly.

Thus began the dance of putting on and taking off the reading glasses. Sometimes I would tire of it and just try to wing it.

I am sure that I read the wrong words and people were just too kind to tell me. After a year of struggling, I had an eye exam and found out that I do need glasses for reading. My distance is just fine it is the reading that requires adjustment. Today is the first day with contact lenses. These are the ones for people like me who don't want to wear glasses and let's face it are to young for bifocals. :) I am still getting used to them. I hope they work because things were just to out of focus with out them.

Jesus has a way of helping us see things more clearly.

They came to Bethsaida, and some people brought a blind man and begged Jesus to touch him. He took the blind man by the hand and led him outside the village. When he had spit on the man's eyes and put his hands on him, Jesus asked, "Do you see anything?" He looked up and said, "I see people; they look like trees walking around." Once more Jesus put his hands on the man's eyes. Then his eyes were opened, his sight was restored, and he saw everything clearly. Mark 8:22-25

Sometimes we need a readjustment in our spiritual lives to begin to see things like Jesus wants us too.

If things appear blurry and you need an adjustment, let the King of Kings, the Great Physician make the adjustments necessary to give you a clear focus.


Thank you for helping us see where once there was fog. Thank you for giving us clarity and new vision. May my eyes be open, my sight restored and please lord give me the gift of seeing everything clearly.


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