Posts Tagged ‘Christian maturity’

            While reading the story of the lame man healed by Jesus at the Pool of Bethsaida in John 5, I was struck by the fact that the lame man called Jesus “the man who healed me” whereas the Jewish leaders would only call Jesus “the man who told you to pick up your mat.”  The story made me think about how we identify people in general and specifically how we look on Christ.  Both are crucial for our maturity and destiny as human beings. Read the rest of this entry »