Today, we come to the climax of the gospel of Mark. We are only in the eighth chapter, but the whole book so far has been leading us to this question: Who is Jesus? And my question for us this morning is: how clear is our eyesight? How clearly do we see who He is? He asks the disciples: who are people saying that I am? And then He asks more personally, who do you say that I am? How clearly do you see just who Jesus is? How clear is your spiritual perception and vision? Seeing is an interesting thing. There are some things that we just don’t want to see. There are some things that we don’t see that are obvious because we have our eyes wide shut. Some of you might say when it comes to Jesus, I’ve got this. You may know all the books of the Bible, you might have heard countless sermons about Jesus, you may even have many of the words of Jesus memorized; but that doesn’t mean that you truly see Jesus for who He is. You may know all there is to know about Jesus, but you can still be blind spiritually. You view of Jesus may be diminished, it may be distorted, it may dilute, but throughout our passage today, we will come to understand that Big Idea: JESUS IS MORE THAN WE CAN IMAGINE! Join with me as we discover this truth through Jesus’ interaction with his disciples, the Pharisees, and a blind man in Mark 8:1-30.