Being able to see the world around us is a blessing we often take for granted. Having eyes to see a sunrise, the colors of the rainbow, and the faces of those we love is a true miracle and gift from God. Yet there are those in our world who are blind, who live in total darkness.
And as we continue our study in Mark’s Gospel, we will meet such a man, Bartimaeus, who is blind and has had to resort to becoming a beggar on the streets of Jericho in order to support himself. But what we will discover is that even though Bartimaeus is blind, he appears to have 20/20 vision when it comes to seeing the Lord Jesus for who he really is. And we will also see that the heart of our Lord is directed to those who are helpless, yet who cry out to him in humility and desperation.
We hope you can join us as we learn more about this man and what his story teaches us about the heart of Christ.
Join us Sunday, February 28, for in-person worship services at 8:30am and 11:00am. Preschool childcare is provided only at the 11:00am service.
The 11:00am service will continue to be live-streamed on:
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