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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

  • Erasing Darkness Series

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Dec 7, 2011
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    Erasing Darkness Involves: 1. An Impossibility 2. An Intervention 3. An Insult 4. An Invasion 5. An Intimidation 6. An Instruction

    Underexposed 1. To expose (film) to light for too short a time to produce normal image contrast. 2. To provide with too little publicity. > > > -- 3x PICTURES –Boy, Castle - People like to drive at night - Can focus on just driving – No distractions - Miss out on their more

  • Once I Was Blind, Now All The People I Knew And Loved Hate Me

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Jan 29, 2014
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    A man who was once blind can now see and this is only a small part of a horrible story where the man lost all the people he knew because his sight was restored. This is a lesson on social skills and how people can be horrid. It is a must read!

    This sermon was delivered to the congregation in St Oswald’s in Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland on the 3rd April 2011: by Gordon McCulloch (A Scottish Episcopal Church in the Dioceses of Glasgow and Dumfries). Summary: A man who was once blind can now see and this is only a small part of a more

  • The Six Stages Of Spiritual Sight

    Contributed by Jerry Cosper on Apr 18, 2012
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    The blind man had been delivered from darkness and given sight by the compassion of Jesus. This formerly blind man is confronted by his neighbors, he’s confronted by the Pharisees, and by Jesus as well. We are going to concentrate on Jesus as seen by thi

    The last time we were in our study in John, we looked at 9:1-7 and saw Jesus give sight to the blind man. This blind man had been delivered from darkness and given sight by the compassion of Jesus. In tonight’s study, this formerly blind man is confronted by his neighbors, he’s more

  • Where There Is Suffering You Will Surely Find The Savior

    Contributed by Reggie Corfield on Mar 26, 2014
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    The Father's will is to heal and bless his children. Some are satisfied with bodily healing; we must go a step further and receive spiritual healing.

    Today’s story from John’s gospel is about a solitary human being who was born blind. He had never seen a sunrise or the beauty of a flower. He hadn’t seen the face of his parents or another human being and yet…….. he never complained. He was alive but his more

  • "Seeing Jesus"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Mar 25, 2014
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    A sermon about light and darkness.

    John 9:1-41 "Seeing Jesus" This is the third week that we will be talking about the metaphors of "light and darkness" in the Gospel of John. Remember that, in John Chapter 1 we are told that "the light (Who is Jesus) shines in the darkness and the darkness doesn't extinguish more

  • Has Anybody Here Seen My Old Friend Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Nov 22, 2011
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    A study of the Gospel of John chapter 9 verses 1 through 41

    John 9: 1 – 41 Has Anybody Here Seen My Old Friend 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 more

  • The Blind Can See!

    Contributed by Jimmy Haile on Nov 24, 2012

    We all have been blind before, but some people choose to stay that way.

    John 9:1-41 Verse 1-Blind From Birth-It would be bad never to see a sunset, or a sunrise, or the turning of the leaves in the fall, to see your spouse’s face, or child, grandchild, and as bad as that is, not seeing Jesus for who He is, and what He offers, is far worse! 2 Cor. 4:4- more

  • I Don’t Know! (Hix)

    Contributed by Jimmy Haile on Jan 7, 2012
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    Some people will believe anything as long as it is not the truth!

    Verse 13-15-They brought him who formerly was blind to the Pharisees. Now it was a Sabbath when Jesus made the clay and opened his eyes. Then the Pharisees also asked him again how he had received his sight. He said to them, “He put clay on my eyes, and I washed, and I see.” The man is being more

  • Cog In The Wheel To Purpose In The Kingdom Series

    Contributed by Bruce Rzengota on Jan 4, 2012

    Transformation always seeks to be at work in multiple levels in our lives.

    Cog in the Wheel to Purpose in the Kingdom John 9:1-41 April 10, 2011 INTRODUCTION When most people think of how they'd like their lives transformed. Many of them would give assent that they would mind being in the shoes of Geza and Zslot Peladi. Geza and Zslot are two brothers who 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

  • Let The Facts Speak For Themselves

    Contributed by Don Kesner on Jan 13, 2015
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    How will others know I am a Christian? How do I live down my past? If we are what we say we are, the facts will speak for themselves.

    Let the facts speak for themselves¨ (John Chapter 9) A) The entire chapter deals with the story of a blind man who received his sight after Jesus spat on the ground and made clay with the saliva. (It was commonly supposed that sickness was the result of sin. Either by the man, in this case, or by more

  • Blind Spots

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jan 7, 2015

    The hope of the gospel is that we will acknowledge our blindness, that we will be aware of our blind spots, that we will proceed with caution toward others.

    22 September 2005 Blind Spots John 9:35-9:41 I want to give you some back ground information before we have our scripture reading today. Background: In John 9, we are told that as Jesus and His disciples were walking along, they saw a man who had been born blind. "Master," his more

  • A Man Born Blind Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Jan 23, 2017

    Is seeing believing? Are you looking to see God at work in the world? Are you pointing out those works of God to others so they too can see? Jesus said : “We must work the works of him who sent me while it is day; night is coming when no one can work.”

    Blindness is a terrible thing. Our sight is central to so much that we enjoy in the world. Whether it’s the beauty of nature, or the smile on a other person’s face when they see you coming; whether it’s the control it gives you over the world around you, or the freedom that it more

  • Open Secret

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Feb 4, 2017


    OPEN SECRET (JOHN 19:38-42) Fourth century church theologian Augustine told of a Victorinus (a renowned philosopher and teacher in Rome; who had even been honored with a statue in the Roman forum) who was converted to Christianity in his old age. He came to Simplicius, one eminent at the time for more