Jesus talked many times about the eyes, the hands, and sometimes even the feet. He understood the body better than any man that lived in his day and more than any man that lives today. But for some reason most men choose to ignore what he said. Could it be that men want to play God on Earth so that they get all of the credit?
Jesus said in Luke 11:34-36, “The light of the body is the eye: therefore when thine eye is single, thy whole body also is full of light; but when thine eye is evil, thy body is full of darkness. Take heed therefore that the light which is in thee be not darkness. If thy whole body therefore be full of light having no part dark, the whole shall be full of light, as when the bright shining of a candle doth give thee light.”
He says for our eye to be single! This is very important because we have two eyes and two different sides to our brain. The optic nerve connects the left eye to the right brain and the right eye to the left brain. The side of the brain that dominates determines how we think and whether our body is full of light or not. If our eye is single, this means that the two sides of our brain work together and as a result, we give off light like a candle. It is when one eye alone dominates, and hence one side of our brain dominates, that we become full of darkness. Most that are caught up in this situation are not aware of what is going on. They are not aware of the other perception that they could be experiencing. This is because their perception of the world shifted when they were too small to understand what was going on. They did not have the opportunity to experience the love of a mother and a father. This is another very important reason why Jesus repeatedly told parents and spouses without children not to commit adultery! Because of adultery; children are abandoned, abused, and killed. Abandoned spouses are forced to look for someone else to replace the one that did not love them enough to stay. There is more about this subject in my book called “The Step-Father’s Step-Son: A Story for Women”. http://www.stepfathersstepson.com