Medicine: Philadelphia Bethsaidan

Of the men whose blindness Jesus cured, only one tells in the Bible the sensation of his new vision. He was the blind man of Bethsaida. Jesus "spit on his eyes, and put His hands upon him, [and] asked him if he saw ought." The blind man "looked up, and said, I see men as trees, walking." (Mark 8:23-4.)

Mark was an accurate reporter, testified one Earl Musselman of Philadelphia last week. Earl Musselman's blind eyes were opened just in time to see this year's Easter bonnets. Aged 22, he had been...

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