18 Having eyes, do you not see? And having ears, do you not hear? And do you not remember?
Jesus rebuked his disciples for always focusing in the natural. They were more concerned about their own stomach. Mark 8:14, 17. They have forgotten that with Jesus there should be no fear of lack. Verse 18.
Fear is always the root of our eye problem. Faith is a sight that sees the spiritual. 2 Kings 6, Elisha prayed for his servant’s eyes to be opened when Israel was losing the battle. Choosing obedience and spending time with God’s word will clear our vision.
When our vision gets dim, we need to ask ourselves “What aren’t we seeing?” It is always connected to what we have avoided addressing crisis or we fail to see what we need to see. How connected are we to God?
Disharmony in someone’s life or stress contributes also to vision loss. You can embrace this loss with spiritual insight. You can arrest vision loss through spiritual insight. Vision loss is also caused by your failure to plan your future.
The disciples of Jesus always focus on the natural and God always have to bring them back to remind them of the miracles He performed.
Are you expecting a miracle today? Then trust Him with your whole heart. Proverbs 3:5. We are never made for defeat but for fruitfulness and blessing. Genesis 1:28 and Zechariah 8:12-13.