Spiritual blindness is a condition experienced by those who do not believe in God, Jesus Christ, and his Word.
There are many examples of spiritual blindness in the Bible, such as 'The Road to Emmaus', 'The Stoning of Stephen', and 'The Conversion of Saul'.
In 'The Conversion of Saul', Saul was riding his horse to Damuscus, breathing out murderous threats towards the Lord's disciples, as he was spiritually blinded.
Saul was physically blinded, and struggled his way to town.
Suddenly, lightning flashed and Saul was thrown from his horse. A voice said;
'Saul! Why do you persecute me? I am Jesus. Now get up, go into the city and you will be told what to do'.
Saul could see again, so he got up and was baptized.
The Lord told Saul to go onto Straight Street and pray. There, a man named Ananias found him and said to him;
Brother Saul! Jesus has sent me here so that you may see again and may be filled with the Holy Spirit.
Saul is a great example of spiritual blindness. He was not able to believe in God, Jesus and his Word. Although, when he was filled with the Holy Spirit, Saul could both physically and spiritually see again.