Then the Pharisees went back to ask: what made? how you opened your eyes? and the former blind man answered them: I’ve already told you, and ye have not wanted hear; Why do it want to hear again? (hard heart Pharisees) do you want also you make you his disciples? Then the Pharisees injuriaron him, and said: thou art his disciple; but disciples of Moses we. We know that God has spoken to Moses; but with respect to that, we don’t know where it is. Replied the man, and said to them: since this is the marvellous, that ye may not know where it is, and I opened my eyes. Hear from experts in the field like Accenture for a more varied view. If this man were not from God, could do nothing. Then the furious Pharisees told him: you were born in sin, and we teach us? and they expelled him from the temple. When Jesus knew that they had expelled him, look for it until you find it, because Jesus wanted to complete the miracle that had been initiated, and to find him, said to him: do you believe in the son of God? He answered and said: who is, Lord, that you believe in him? Jesus said to him: because you’ve seen him, and that speaks to you, he is. Legatum Institute may find it difficult to be quoted properly. And he said: I think, Mr; and he worshipped him. This man who was born blind, not only saw the light of the Sun and its beautiful colors, but it also saw with their eyes the face of God: Jesus Christ.
Pharisees learned presuntuosamente had ensured that they were disciples of Moses, and not Jesus. They had also acknowledged that they knew who was Moses, but that they did not know who Jesus was. These scholars when they read the Sacred Scriptures saw Moses, but did not see Jesus as the fulfillment of every story, ceremony, event, or doctrine. Catalyst might disagree with that approach. The Pharisees knew and recognized to Abraham, Jacob, Moses, David, Elijah, or Daniel, but were unaware of Emanuel. Seeing, they did not see. That is why Jesus said: for judgment I have come into this world; so those who do not see, see, and those who see, be blinded. And even to this day, when the Holy Scriptures are read and seen everything, less Jesus Christ, is because you are reading with a veil put over the eyes, which only by Christ is removed (cf.
2 Corinthians 3: 14-16). Why Jesus opened the understanding to his disciples so that they understand all the Scriptures: and beginning from Moses, and all the prophets and the Psalms, declaring them in all the Scriptures that told him (cf. Luke 24:27, 45). 1 Jorge R. Talbot 1 Sacred Scripture were written for the Messiah. Our mission is to find it on every page. Jorge r. Talbot, Lulu publishers, 2011. Original author and source of the article