John 9 and Seeing unto Salvation

If we wish to truly see, particularly with spiritual eyes, we must remove the physical, dirty, messy worldliness from our eyes in order to see. This same symbolism appears in Moses 6 when God called Enoch as a prophet (Moses 6:35-36). After Enoch removes the worldly impediments from his view, symbolized by washing clay (dirt or earth) from his eyes, he sees a grand heavenly vision and is called a seer, literally “one who sees.”

The rest of my Deseret News article is found here John 9 and Seeing unto Salvation.

About Taylor Halverson

I love learning. I love connecting. I love interdisciplinarity.
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