Sermon Series
  • 1. John Chapter 9 Part 1

    Contributed 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

  • 2. John Chapter 9 Part 2

    Contributed 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

  • 3. John Chapter 9 Part 3

    Contributed 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

  • 4. John Chapter 9 Part 4

    Contributed 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