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So much of life depends on sight: relationships, language we use, how we approach life. Blindness changes everything, too. This message looks at the blindness that afflicts all of us and how Jesus desires to heal of us. Will we let him heal us in his way or demand that it be done according to our expectations?
In this second sermon on John 9, we see that John is showing us that we are all born blind like the blind man. How is it that we receive true spiritual sight?
In John 9 Jesus sheds light on one of the purposes of our suffering and shows us how it is possible for even the worst suffering to be made worth it in the end.
In the much beloved hymn, "Amazing Grace," what did John Newton mean when he wrote, "I once was lost but now I'm found, was blind but now I see?" In this message, Pastor Jeremy looks at the meaning of those lyrics and their meaning for our lives from the end of John 9 and the story of the blind man.
Upon trusting in Him Jesus immediately grants His followers sight. SEE and get the message out!
Through faith in Jesus, the blind are made to see. This is a Spiritual truth made plain in the life of the blind beggar, relentlessly seeking the Source of light.
As Jesus starts leaves Jericho on his way to Jerusalem, he is stopped by a blind man pleading for mercy; Jesus asks him simply: What Do You Want Me To Do For You?