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  • How To Find The Good Shepherd Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Jun 8, 2021
     | 76 views

    The world is a very dangerous place spiritually, full of wolves that come to us in sheep's clothing, evil shepherds masquerading as good shepherds. How do we find the Good Shepherd? How do we determine the difference between good shepherds and bad? Jesus provides insight in John 10.

    If you’re only casually familiar with the Bible, you might be surprised to find out that one of the major themes of the New Testament is false teachers. Under this general category fall false shepherds, false prophets and false apostles. You see, the Bible claims to be the truth about God and ...read more

  • How To Be Used Of God Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on May 12, 2021
     | 505 views

    Incredibly, God can use our disabilities, as well as our abilities for His glory. A man born blind discovers this and it changes both his life and his destiny? How can God use you in a similar way?

  • Let Haters Hate Series

    Contributed by John Bright on May 6, 2021
     | 284 views

    Working through the Gospel of Luke using consecutive expository preaching.

  • A Simple Solution To Suffering Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 12, 2021
     | 680 views

    Paul was a great sufferer of all kinds of unjust pain, and it was not because of sin, but because he was a servant of Christ.

    One of the good things to come out of suffering is this: It forces those who cannot see any sense in it to grapple with the mystery, and strive to squeeze some meaning out of it. Almost everyone who writes on suffering does so out of their own personal encounter with this mysterious monster. In ...read more

  • Blowing Up Boxes Series

    Contributed by Lanny Smith on Feb 24, 2021
     | 408 views

    We often find ourselves putting people in "boxes." Race, gender, and endless number of boxes. And it's limiting. We put limits on expectations of others and ourselves. As we follow Jesus, we watch him "blow up" the box around a man born blind.

    To listen to the audio of the sermon, please go to my podcast at: https://www.buzzsprout.com/697261/8022015 Follow the Leader - Out of the Box • Video from Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRwt25M5nGw • No one likes to be put in a box. Categorized. • Common: Ethnicity, gender, economic ...read more

  • True Vision

    Contributed by Esther Collins on Feb 17, 2021
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     | 2,403 views

    “We live in a world where people look down on those who have any form of disability, but let us realize the greater disability is when we are not able to see ourselves for who we are and are unable to recognize God for who He is” Check out this message to learn more.

    True Vision (Based on John Chapter 9) “We live in a world where people look down on those who have any form of disability, but let us realize the greater disability is when we are not able to see ourselves for who we are and are unable to recognize God for who He is” Often when we meet or pass by ...read more

  • When Your Theology Bumps Into The Facts Series

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Feb 16, 2021
     | 838 views

    A lengthy story about a man born blind provides a clear picture of what happens when your theology bumps into inconvenient facts. Will you reach for God or cling to your predetermined ideas?

    SEEING THE LIGHT: The man was blind but saw by believing and obeying Jesus. - John 9:1-7. a. We’ll get more into the confusion in a moment, but the disciples echo the prevailing theology of the time and presume that someone must have sinned for him to be blind. - vv. 1-2. - It was a theology ...read more

  • With Jesus Into The Light - 4 Of 7 Series

    Contributed by Russell Metcalfe on Feb 1, 2021
     | 580 views

    Then Jesus said one of those enigmatic statements that aren't too difficult to understand if you really want to understand them: "I've come, he said, to help blind people see, and to make those who see become as blind as bats."

    March 17, 1996 20/20 BLINDNESS John 9:1-41 Did you ever hear the old saying about college students: Freshmen know not, and know that they know not; Sophomores know not, and know not that they know not; Juniors know, and know not that they know; Seniors know, and know that they know? I ...read more

  • Opening Eyes!

    Contributed by K. Heath Mcdougal-Deans on Mar 29, 2020
    based on 1 rating
     | 6,611 views

    Open your eyes, your 2020 vision is not over! It should be growing. The current pandemic is an opportunity to open our eyes to a new vision, to opportunity, to come together as a world and heal divisiveness. After all, 'We are the world, We are 'Thee' children".

    Christopher Chabris and Daniel Simons conducted an experiment at Harvard University more than a decade ago that became infamous in psychology circles. Their book The Invisible Gorilla popularized it. And you may be one of the millions of viewers who made their Selective Attention Test one of ...read more

  • Three Kinds Of Blindness

    Contributed by Fr. Damien Evangelista on Mar 22, 2020
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,628 views

    Our inability to see comes in different forms.

    Our readings talk about blindness. Our inability to see, however, comes in different forms. One kind of blindness is a natural one, as we find in our Gospel, where the man healed by Jesus was blind from birth. Natural blindness is what we most commonly think about. Nevertheless, we can ...read more

  • "i Can See Clearly Now"

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Mar 18, 2020
    based on 4 ratings
     | 6,344 views

    The miracle of healing physical blindness and understanding spiritual blindness

    Message/Devotion March 22, 2020 John 9:1-41 I Can See Clearly Now The Reading A Man Born Blind Receives Sight 9 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 ...read more

  • A Different Kind Of Blindness

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Mar 16, 2020
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,940 views

    Jesus can heal us from our spiritual blindness if we will just allow Him

    As Jesus walked along, he saw a man who was blind from birth. Jesus’ disciples asked, “Rabbi, who sinned so that he was born blind, this man or his parents?” Jesus answered, “Neither he nor his parents. This happened so that God’s mighty works might be displayed in him. While I am in the world, I ...read more

  • The Blind See

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Mar 16, 2020
     | 1,937 views

    We often don’t know what we cannot see, because we’ve never seen it. There is a way to gain spiritual sight. What is it? How can we see what we are blind to in our world? Let’s learn what Jesus taught about it in John 9:1-41.

    We often don’t know what we cannot see, because we’ve never seen it. There is a way to gain spiritual sight. What is it? How can we see what we are blind to in our world? Let’s learn what Jesus taught about it in John 9:1-41. Fault-Finding John 9:1-5 As Jesus was walking along, he saw a man who ...read more

  • Was Blind But Now I See

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Mar 11, 2020
     | 4,367 views

    There is more to sight than seeing.

    Was Blind but now I See: An Exposition of John 9 John 9 is a drama presented in several scenes. It is a literal story of a man who had been born blind. It is important to see this. However, even a real story can speak beyond itself. In this way, it speaks to us in symbolic language as well. There ...read more

  • Fourth Sunday Of Lent -- 4th Sunday Of Lent

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Feb 24, 2020
     | 2,603 views

    Lessons to learn from healing under difficult circumstances.