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  • But Now I See

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on May 16, 2013

    The one who was blind was able to see but the ones who thought they could see were proven to be blind.

    BUT NOW I SEE John 9:1-41 1) Here’s mud in your eye! (1-12). • Who sinned? (1-3) It was a popular misconception that one could actually sin in the womb, and would thus suffer by having some birth defect. It was also a misconception that all human suffering was the result of either more

  • John Chapter 9 Part 4 Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Sep 10, 2013

    Why don't the Pharisees and Jewish leaders believe the testimony of the Man born blind? Why don't we believe the testimony of all of creation when it is so obvious. Do we say, "Don't confuse me with the facts?"

    (Props needed - six foot thread - Bible collection CD) John 9:13-34 (Video) They brought to the Pharisees the man who had been blind. Now the day on which Jesus had made the mud and opened the man’s eyes was a Sabbath. Therefore the Pharisees also asked him how he had received his more

  • John Chapter 9 Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Aug 9, 2013

    Jesus heals the man born blind. This sermon covers verses 1-3 of John 9. Some of the subjects touched upon are God's omniscience, the connection between sin and suffering, and how God uses what seem to be disabilities for His glory.

    I love reading about the miracles of Jesus and one of my favorites is the healing of the man born blind. This account is found in the 9th chapter of John but instead of reading about it, let’s take a look at a video portion from The Visual Bible. Play Video Clip - more

  • John Chapter 9 Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Aug 13, 2013

    This sermon is about Jesus being the light of the world. This is a great miracle story and right when it gets going Jesus interrupts with a two sentence insight about Himself. What an awesome interruption! We need to be interrupted more often!

    Today we’ll be taking a further look at the miracle of Jesus healing the man born blind. Last week we saw that Jesus, being omniscient or all knowing, knew that the man was blind from birth and that his blindness not the result of personal sin or the sin of his parents. We also saw that more

  • John Chapter 9 Part 3 Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Sep 5, 2013

    Jesus heals the man born blind. Jesus sometimes accomplishes His miracles in unexpected ways and almost always requires our participation.

    John 9:1-12 “As [Jesus] went along, He saw a man blind from birth. His disciples asked Him, ‘Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?’ “Neither this man nor his parents sinned,” said Jesus, “but this happened so that the more

  • John Chapter 9 Sermon 11/2013

    Contributed by Ronnie Miller on Nov 11, 2013

    The light is being dimmed in this world by evil. The light in this world is being dimmed by nonbelief. The light in this world is being dimmed because of freedom of religion but, Jesus is not a religion....He is the light of the world...

    John 9.....11/2013 A pro golfer on tour some years ago was as immature as a six-year-old. He could do nothing wrong to hear him tell it and always had an excuse for any loss: after playing one was a lousy course, the other golfers were cheating he said and the weather was terrible. This more

  • Who Sinned? Series

    Contributed by Chuck Gohn on Dec 9, 2013

    A sermon on the healing of the man born blind.

    Good morning. If you have your Bibles, why don’t you open up to the gospel of John 9:1. If you have been here for a while, you know we have been going through the book of John. We have been looking at the miracles and ministry of Jesus Christ. We just finished off chapter 8 which more

  • Mud In Your Eye

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Jun 19, 2018

    Jesus tells us to walk by faith and not by sight. When we do that we give sight to all those all around us. Trust Jesus to open your eyes to the love of God and the forgiveness that is yours in Jesus. Jesus says wash away the mud from your eyes.

    Mud in your eye John 9:1-21 Have you ever played in the mud? Maybe you made mud pies. Maybe you are one of those people who like tractor pulls or monster truck rallies. Some of you may have had a mud facial. Jesus found a very interesting use for mud one Sunday afternoon. He used it as more

  • The Light Of The World Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Jul 1, 2018
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    Each of us were born with a debilitating condition - spiritual blindness. Regardless of our desire to see, spiritually we were blind to the ways of God. Our only hope was for a miracle. Thankfully, Jesus is the Light of the world.

    The Light of the World John 9: 1-11 As a boy Robert Louis Stevenson was intrigued by the work of the old lamplighter who went about with a ladder and a torch, setting the street lights ablaze for the night. One evening in Edinburgh, Scotland, as young Robert stood watching with childish more

  • The Blind Man With 20/20 Vision

    Contributed by John Gaston on Nov 7, 2018

    A blind man had 20-20 vision while those who could see were blind to the spiritual realm. It's possible to have a miracle but not know Jesus. Take that second step!

    THE BLIND MAN WITH 20/20 VISION Jn. 9:1-41 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A little girl told to her parents what she had learned in Children’s Church about the creation of Man & Woman. 2. “The teacher told us how God made the man first. But he was very lonely and had nobody to talk to. So God put more

  • The Interrogation Of Missions

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on Sep 25, 2018
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    The interrogation of the man cured of his blindness teaches us a lot about how to reach the cynics of this world with the Gospel message

    The Interrogation of Missions John 9:1-34 Online Sermon: Living in an age when Christianity is no longer at the center, but the fringes of our society has led many to wonder how the church is to fulfill its mandate to go and make disciples. In a more

  • When Jesus Comes Looking For You

    Contributed by Kevin L. Jones on Sep 9, 2018
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    A sermon examining what happens when Jesus calls us unto salvation.

    WHEN JESUS COMES LOOKING FOR YOU John 9:1-38 - The Crabb family sings a song that says: "He came looking for me" "He made a way, when there was no way that I could see". "When I drifted far, Jesus was near, to rescue my soul and calm all my fears." "Now I'm safe from all harm, since I met the more

  • How To Be A Witness Series

    Contributed by Doug Fannon on Jan 28, 2019

    How does an uneducated formerly blind man becomes the witness we all ought to be.

    Today we will look at the testimony of the formerly blind man. Jesus healed the man born blind. What a testimony that man must have had! John 9:6–12 Adrian Gonzalez is the first baseman for the New York Mets this past year. He has played on a number of different tesms. He is also a more

  • Overcoming Blindness - Physically And Spiritually

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Oct 28, 2018
    based on 3 ratings

    Can we see truth within and beyond God's Word?

    Weekend Message/Devotion Mark 10:46-52 October 28, 2018 Overcoming Blindness – Physically and Spiritually Today’s gospel reading is Mark’s account of Jesus restoring the sight of blind Bartimaeus. This account provides us with the importance of being persistent in prayer; holding on to our more

  • Choice

    Contributed by Rick Pendleton on Dec 31, 2014

    See here is a great truth… it is not enough to believe that Jesus exists, or that he lived long ago, or that he was a good man, or even a great man

    Choice John 9 Today we have a very familiar story, but I want to come at it from a different angle. Let’s cruise through the story. Jesus is walking through the streets of Jerusalem, in the middle of a large crowd. He did this because he was hiding. If you look at the end of chapter more