Believe in Miracles: Healing a Man Born Blind

John 9:1-12

So far in our study we have discovered that the miracles included in John's gospel were for the purpose of pointing us to Jesus Christ that we 'might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God'. In each of the miracles we have considered we have seen the sovereignty and power of God demonstrated through the life and ministry of Jesus. He turned water into wine, He healed the nobleman's son with just a word, He healed the man at Bethesda who had not walked in 38 years. He fed the multitude with five loaves and two small fish, and He came walking upon the water to join His disciples in the midst of a storm on the sea of Galilee. Each of these miracles revealed a bit more of His power and glory that we might believe. No two miracles were the same, and tonight we will see that He works differently again to bring sight to the blind man.

I. The Occasion of the Miracle

II. The Working of the Miracle

III. The Response of the Crowd

IV. The Response of the Pharisees

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