“It’s like the blind leading the blind…” is a rather un-PC comment about receiving guidance that is less expert than you were hoping for. Like the teacher who can’t spell. Or the parachute course instructor who suffers from vertigo.
Jesus made this saying famous when he rather bitingly attacked the Pharisees, a religious group of his time which Jesus characterised as keeping the letter of the law, but not its spirit…
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The salt of the earth… on the straight and narrow… a baptism of fire… many everyday sayings started with Jesus. Here are 30 of them. We’ve gathered the best known modern sayings and included some notes on what they mean and where you can find them in the accounts of Jesus’ life.
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