I want to tell my husband - thank you for never giving up on God or on Dillon (or me for that matter). I have been the one saying "He is blind! We need to just accept it." all along and Josiah is the one saying that he believes Dillon will be able to see, he keeps reminding me to just give him some time to recover. I hear the therapist's encouraging words and it helps me to have faith that God is going to work in Dillon's eyes, but Josiah has had the faith without any human signs. It reminds me of unbelieving Thomas (many people call him doubting but he didn't doubt he was unbelieving). The other disciples believed without any proof yet Thomas refused to believe Christ was alive again until he saw and touched Jesus. Am I "unbelieving Tiffany" as he was "unbelieving Thomas"? Do I require God to give me a physical sign before I will have faith in Him? I sure hope not.
Heb 11:1 Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.