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Jeremiah 43-44, Matthew 20:29-21:11

What do you want me to do for you? Matthew 20:32

This was the question Jesus posed to two blind men crying out to him for help. The answer seems obvious, but may we never forget with whom we are talking. Jesus can do anything and everything. The one who could give me a new home is the one who can heal my soul. They asked for sight that day and, in compassion, Jesus gave it to them. What will you ask for this morning?


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