Note of interest
The word “see” is recorded in the KJV Bible in five hundred and forty nine verses. To have this unique ability to see is a truly needed attribute to our bodies.
You see, this is my Story
Seeing partially because one may have eye problems is disturbing. Thus my story of seeing problems I have had.
From about the age of twenty one, I complained that I could not see properly. With great concern I went to the optometrist to have my eyes tested. With much correspondence they agreed to send me to another eye doctor to investigate my eyes.
After examining me they told me to read under a bright light. Having done this for quite a while, I was still having problems to see.
Marching myself back to the Optometrist, I had my eyes tested again. After my eye test, he told me that I did not really need glasses but there is a slight problem with my vision. I could wear reading glasses if I wanted to.
Opting to wear reading glasses, I struggled because sometimes I did not know where I put them. Well, you know how it is. So reading became a less of a problem.
Only to See the Dirt
Struggling through life as a cleaner, many times I had to get close to the object of cleaning, especially when my boss yelled at me to show me where it was not clean.
It was difficult to wear reading glasses while cleaning.
For many years, I changed my reading glasses every two to three years.
You See, More Health Problems Found
Receiving an injury to my cervical spine at work, quitting my job was the only option.
In time I moved to the Mountains.
During my time here, the pain in my lower back got worse.
Having more scans on my lumber spine, the doctors found that I had a hole in my spine. Goodness knows how it happened.
You See, I needed to see
Also during my time here in the Mountains, I found that I needed bifocals. Wearing them for a couple of years, my eyes seem to have got worse.
I went to the Optometrist. After having the test, I could not pay for my new glasses. I carried on with the glasses I had.
Within approximately, six months, I went back to the Optometrist to have another eye test done. After the eye test the eye doctor said that he could not give me glasses because I had opacities. I would then need to go to a specialist.
Nearly back at my car, Confused, I made a beeline back to the optometrist. I asked very demandingly “What are opacities? Opacities are cataracts. Oh, I know what cataracts are I said with determination.
I then asked; well, how come six months ago you could give me glasses but today you cannot? Reasonable question don’t you think?
After things been explained to me; after being assertive with my questions, I finally understood what was happening with my eyes. I did need cataract surgery.
Does not “cataracts” sound more common than Opacities?
After about two years of having surgery on two eyes, I only need laser treatment on one of my eyes tomorrow Thursday 29 July 2010.
Being fifty six, I can see much clearer now than when I was twenty one. I do wear reading glasses now. After laser treatment is finished, I will probably get long distance glasses for driving.
We need to be able to see clearly as Christians. When sin came into the world, the knowledge of good and evil was seen. God had knowledge of the Angel that was cast out of heaven that became Satan.
We need to see clearly, the marks of sin in our own lives so that one can clean it up. Not like I missed the dirty marks at work because I could not see clearly.
How do we see clearly?
We see clearly by staying close to God and getting the right information. Unlike me, receiving an unclear diagnosis on my eyes, we need to be close to God and Spiritual encouragement for our Spiritual eye sight.
Once we receive the right spiritual sight, we are then able to see clearly and be more available for our Lord’s service
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