In John 5 there was a “great multitude” of sick, lame, and paralyzed people lying around a pool in Jerusalem hoping for a miracle. One man was there who was an invalid for 38 years. Jesus was directed by the Father to heal that one man among the many who were sick. Why did He only heal that one person? And what must have all the others thought when they were stepped over for their miracle? Pastor Gary shares two perspectives on this story—one from the angle of what ministry is supposed to really look like, and one from the human angle of what it must have felt like to be stepped over for a miracle.