Read John 9 today.

John 9:13-17 NLT[13] Then they took the man who had been blind to the Pharisees, [14] because it was on the Sabbath that Jesus had made the mud and healed him. [15] The Pharisees asked the man all about it. So he told them, “He put the mud over my eyes, and when I washed it away, I could see!” [16] Some of the Pharisees said, “This man Jesus is not from God, for he is working on the Sabbath.” Others said, “But how could an ordinary sinner do such miraculous signs?” So there was a deep division of opinion among them. [17] Then the Pharisees again questioned the man who had been blind and demanded, “What’s your opinion about this man who healed you?” The man replied, “I think he must be a prophet.”
As I have been reading through the gospel of John this time, it is really obvious that the religious leaders were very irritated with Jesus whenever he healed someone on the Sabbath. Based on what we read in these chapters, it almost seems as if the only time Jesus healed anyone was on the Sabbath.
I am fairly certain that would be an incorrect conclusion. It it just that the healings that took place on the Sabbath were the ones that captures the attention of the religious leaders. They viewed the story of what Jesus was doing through their particular lens that focused on the Sabbath.
It makes me wonder what lens we use as we read the stories of Jesus. Does our lens permit us to see Him completely, or does it place limits on our ability to accept, and therefore trust Him?