Scriptural Blidness



While I try to become not only a reader but a seeker of Abba’s Word, I come across a lot of Scriptures that leave me in state of aweness. (if this word really exists!, I dunno, if not I have invented) When I talked about “a state of aweness” in my poorly English vocabulary, I am referring about a state of wonder, a place where the only thing you can do is to have your mouth wide open and stayed there in awe trying to assimilate the meaning of those words. Then I realized that some days, maybe, most of the days I suffer from Scriptural blindness and unless the Holy Spirit knocks at my mind I can not see what I am reading, even worst I can not even do what I read; of course if I can not see what I read, in consequence I can no do it at all. Let me try to explain what I just said, I read this afternoon after church Romans 12:3b from the message “The only accurate way to understand ourselves is by what God is and by what he does for us, not by what we are and what we do for him”. -HELLO!! is somebody there? I will say this to my unlimited brain because how many times I have read Romans 12…oh my gosh!!! I don’t know…many. And how many times I translated this word into my daily life? am I Scriptural Blind? or Scriptural stupid? Gandhi used to say, “Be the change you wish to see in the world” I will say, “be the change you read in the Word”.

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