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  • Advent: A New Beginning And A Glimmer Of Hope

    Contributed by Jebryan Reiter on Dec 3, 2016
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    Advent is a time where we can begin to remember that hope can be found in ANY circumstance. Let's not only be reminded of that, but be a part of spreading the light and hope of God in whatever circumstance we find ourselves in.

    A New Beginning: And a Glimmer of Hope "A Light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it..." (John 1:5) "But there will be no more gloom for her who was in anguish...He shall make it glorious...and the people who walk in darkness will see a great light; those who live in 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

  • Sunday Night-Jesus Will Find You

    Contributed by Jim Caswell on May 25, 2017

    We must be open to see Jesus when He comes to us.

    Sunday Night: Jesus Will Find You Place: BLCC Date: 5/28/17 Text: John 9.1-41 CT: We must be open to see Jesus when He comes to us. Our story comes from John 9.1-41. There was a man who had been thrown out of his place of worship standing like a man who was lost and had no where to more

  • "Sixth Sign" Healing Of A Man Born Blind Series

    Contributed by Dr. Rich Denning on May 3, 2017
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    This is a part of a series on the Gospel of John.

    INTRODUCTION: This man had never seen a sunrise, sunset, a flower, or anything. He grew up in a world of darkness. This man’s blindness was not punishment for his sin or his parent’s sin. However, it is true that he would not be blind if it were not for the Fall of man and curse of sin. This 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

  • Jesus, Our Healer

    Contributed by Hans Krause on Oct 19, 2018
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    Jesus has the power to heal us from every physical and mental disease. But he doesn't always use that power. Often, what we need more is to be healed from our spiritual blindness.

    [This sermon was preached on 19 August 2018, 13th Sunday after Pentecost / 3rd year, ELCF Lectionary] Last Monday I returned to work from my five-week holiday. When I opened my email, there was a pleasant surprise waiting for me. A woman from our congregation wrote me with some very good news. The 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

  • Doubting Jesus’ Power

    Contributed by Leonard Davis on Mar 4, 2016

    Examining the "faith spectrum." Where do we find ourselves on this spectrum?

    DOUBTING JESUS’ POWER John 9:1-17; 35-41 We casually talk about belief and doubt and faith and such subjects and we may find that when we hear of certain things that are “out of the ordinary” that we ourselves may be skeptical. There is a spectrum of faith issues that runs more

  • Forgiveness Leads Us From Darkness To Light

    Contributed by Dennis Selfridge on Mar 3, 2010

    No one to blame for sin

    TOP TEN SIGNS YOU MAY NOT BE READING YOUR BIBLE ENOUGH: 10) The Preacher announces the sermon is from Genesis and you have to check the table of contents. 9) You think Abraham, Isaac & Jacob may have had a few hit songs during the 60's. 8) You open to the Gospel of Luke and a WWII more

  • All I Need Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Feb 7, 2010
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    Jesus’ healing of the man born blind forced his disciples to rethink their theology, forced his neighbors to rethink their perception of him as victim, and forces us to rethink our posture toward healing ministries.

    Have you noticed that when you get sick, you get sick all over? When some part of your body isn’t up to par, then the whole person, the whole self, feels bad. When we get sick, we get sick all over. Now you may speak of having an upset stomach, but it’s really an upset you. The physician 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

  • Jesus And The Blind Man Series

    Contributed by Richard White on Mar 6, 2010

    There are none so blind as those who will not see. This is the second miracle, recorded in the Gospel of John, that Jesus performs on the Sabbath. Are we spiritually blind to what Jesus can do?

    The 1964 Philadelphia Phillies will always be known as the team that suffered one of the great collapses in sports history. They let a huge division lead slip away by losing ten games in a row at the end of the season. Despite the collapse, the Phillies season had its share of memorable moments, more

  • Piercing The Darkness

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Mar 26, 2017
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    Spiritual Darkness comes in many forms. There is but one Light that can pierce the spiritual darkness of sin.

    Piercing The Darkness When Frank Peretti’s Piercing The Darkness hit the bookshelves, I became an instant fan. I bought every book that he wrote as fast as they came off the press. But after a few of his works, I began noticing a trend. At first the Book Title on the jacket was large and more

  • Oh, Now I See Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Jun 28, 2017
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    A study of the Gospel of John 9: 1 – 41

    John 9: 1 – 41 Oh, Now I See 1 Now as Jesus passed by, He saw a man who was blind from birth. 2 And His disciples asked Him, saying, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?” 3 Jesus answered, “Neither this man nor his parents sinned, but that the works of God should more

  • Jesus Heals A Blind Man Lesson 20 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Apr 27, 2017
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    Neither this man nor his parents, sinned, but that the works of God should be revealed in him”.

    A. INTRODUCTION: JOHN 9 1. Where did the action take place? Temple entrance. “As Jesus passed by” (9:1). a. Blind could not enter Temple. b. Normally begged. 2. What was the background? Crisis. “They (the Jews) took up stones to cast at him” (8:59). Aorist active subjunctive, more