>> Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Perfect weather … 70’s … no wind … contrails from passing
airplanes marking a giant tic-tac-toe game on the large blue canvas overhead.
And the forecast was for the same tomorrow … and the next day … and the next.
It was a special weekend away … with my husband, John … and
several hundred other motorcycle riders. And I knew just where I wanted to eat
in the town of
The doctor’s words sort of echoed in my head … legally
blind. This was my eye we were discussing, not some documentary on t.v.
For several months I had been aware of failing eyesight. Lying on the bed one day, I realized with my right eye I couldn’t even see the light fixture in the ceiling. My left eye clearly told me one was there. But legally blind? It sounded ominous.
Only momentarily was I distracted by those words, because the doctor didn’t stop there. His voice continued right on with words like cataract … surgery … 20/20 vision. My blindness wasn’t permanent.
A cataract is a clouding of the lens, distorting the flow of light and causing dim or blurry vision.
Are you legally blind?
I’m not talking about your physical eye … but your spiritual one. Has your lens grown cloudy with legalism? Has your flow of Light become distorted? God may have given you some specific guidelines for your own spiritual well-being. They may or may not apply to someone else.
Don’t be legally blind.
How is a cataract removed? The official word is phacoemulsification. This means the cloudy part of the lens is gently washed away. Then a new lens is implanted.
You can see clearly again.
Jesus is in the business of phacoemulsification. And His implants always give 20/20 vision. Schedule an appointment right away.
I’m not sure where my mother received her training … but she
had it down pat.