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34耶稣就怜悯他们,摸他们的眼睛。他们立刻能看见,就跟从了耶稣。
34So Jesus had compassion on them, and touched their eyes: and immediately their eyes received sight, and they followed him.
34 Verse 34. So Jesus had compassion on them] επλαγχνιαθεις, He

was moved with tender pity. The tender pity of Christ met the

earnest cry of the blind men, and their immediate cure was the

result.



They followed him.] As a proof of the miracle that was wrought,

and of the gratitude which they felt to their benefactor. For

other particulars of this miraculous cure,

, &c.



Reader, whosoever thou art, act in behalf of thy soul as these

blind men did in behalf of their sight, and thy salvation is sure.

Apply to the Son of David; lose not a moment; he is passing by,

and thou art passing into eternity, and probably wilt never have a

more favourable opportunity than the present. The Lord increase

thy earnestness and faith!