As Jesus went on from there, two blind men followed him, calling out, “Have mercy on us, Son of David!” - Matthew 9-27

How it is possible that the blind men can follow Jesus without tumble and without being worn by others?

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    Welcome to Christianity.SE. For a quick overview, please take the Site Tour. In particular, this site is for questions about the beliefs of various Christian denominations, and the biblical basis for those beliefs. See: What topics can I ask about here? And on your question in particular, blind people do learn to use their other senses to get around in the world. Though your question will likely be closed, I do hope you'll stick around and read some of the other questions and answers here. – Lee Woofenden Mar 20 '16 at 16:46

My father was blind, and he always had someone to help him get from point a to point b. We can be pretty sure it was no different in those times.

  • Welcome to Christianity.SE. For a quick overview, please take the Site Tour. Unfortunately, the question itself is not a good fit for this site, and will likely be closed. However, your answer does state briefly something that should be known about blind people: they are not helpless, and do find ways to get around in the world without their sight. – Lee Woofenden Mar 20 '16 at 16:49

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