Mark A. Finley

Mark Finley retired in 2010 as a general vice-president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists following nearly 40 years as a pastor, evangelist, and media ministry leader. He now serves as an editor-at-large for the Adventist Review and Adventist World magazines, and as an assistant to the General Conference president.

Refocusing Our Vision

Old age is creeping up on me. In December I decided to have my eyes tested once again. The exam confirmed what I already knew: I needed distance glasses for driving. Night driving had become a real problem for me, so I tried to avoid driving at night as much as possible. It’s quite amazing how much better I can see with my new glasses. Night driving is no longer a problem; my vision is sharp and clear.

There are times in our spiritual lives when our vision becomes fuzzy. We see, but we do not see clearly.

Jesus performed a fascinating miracle upon a blind man whose vision was completely gone. After touching his eyes, Jesus asked the man if he …

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