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The man born blind - All The Good Seed Daily Devotionals for 2022

The man born blind details logo The Good Seed - Saturday, March 13, 2021
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The man born blind

Jesus … said, … I have come as a light into the world, that whoever believes in me should not abide in darkness.
John 12: 44.46.

The man born blind
He had been blind from birth and he used to beg. That is a reflection of man without God: he cannot know God; he cannot recognise himself properly; he is unaware of the truth – he is blind through sin.

But Jesus Christ came by. He could help and was ready to heal. First, however, the man’s faith had to be tested. “Go, wash in the pool of Siloam,” the Lord told him. The blind man went in faith and obedience and returned seeing. (John 9:1–7).

One can imagine that man’s joy. He knew virtually nothing of the One who had healed him. But he knew one thing, and that he emphasised: “Though I was blind, now I see” (v. 25).

When he told his neighbours his experience, his thoughts seemed to be occupied with the miracle. But when the religious leaders interrogated him, he said of Jesus, “He is a prophet” – someone who told people what God said. The Pharisees rejected the thought. But that man’s faith strengthened him: he gave an even greater testimony before those men: “If this man were not from God, he could do nothing.” Thereupon they cast him out (vv. 33.34).

Then Jesus met him again and said to him, “Do you believe in the Son of God?” Of that he was convinced. Jesus is more than a prophet, He is himself the Son of God. The man replied: “Lord, I believe.” And he worshipped Him (vv. 35 – 38).

This must be our experience, too. Whoever knows the Lord Jesus Christ as his Saviour, will serve Him as Lord and worship Him as the Son of God.

Today‘s reading: Deuteronomy 5: 22 – 33 · Matthew 22: 15 – 22





 

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