Throughout the Gospel of John, we find individuals who move from spiritual blindness to belief in the Son of Man. This is in line with John’s use of “light and darkness,” “sight and blindness,” and “day and night.” Jesus is the light, as John 1 states; therefore, darkness is an indication of lack of faith.
In John 9, we read about a man who is literally blind and later comes to believe in Jesus. His story sits side-by-side with religious leaders who are, ironically, spiritually blind and remain so.
In today’s video, we will walk through this story by praying it, asking God to clear our own vision of spiritual blindness.
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3 replies on “Abide Bible – Day 9 in The Gospel of John”
So strange to think people then and now still do not know Jesus for who He is and what He does. Sad that there are still people who are spiritually blind.
The Blind man healing was amazing all we got to do is bless in God amen much love
As a pastor, it is difficult to not become judgmental toward people that refuse to see. In this study of chapter 9, GOD has pricked my heart on this, a great weakness in my life.