Imagining ourselves in the position of the two blind beggars healed by the Lord outside of Jericho (Matthew 20:29–34), Luke Harriman encourages us all to ask the Lord to graciously open our eyes. He then goes on to reflect on four instances of God opening someone's eyes: Balaam (Numbers 22), Elisha's servant and the blinded Syrians (2 Kings 6), and the disciples on the road to Emmaus (Luke 24). Although the Lord has opened the eyes of every believer, we can all benefit from even more illumination.