In the story of Jesus’ life, the Gospel writers detail several times when He healed blindness and brought sight back to those unable to see. This isn’t a coincidence. Rather, bringing sight to the blind was one of the main things the Old Testament predicted would be true of Messiah, God’s promised “He” through whom the ravages of sin would be healed. Today we see another healing story involving blindness, and certainly Mark intended his readers to understand it in its historical significance. But after we listen to Mark, we also want to pose a question for our hearts and minds today: If our spiritual blindness is taken away, what exactly are we to see? And in answering this question, we’ll come to understand more precisely just what it means to be Christ-followers who magnify the glory of God.