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An Encouraging Word





“One thing I do know. I was blind but now I see!" John 9:25 (NIV)


Have you ever had someone to try to discredit your testimony of who Jesus is?  Today’s passage is a reminder that you have more than enough evidence to refute their argument.  


We find a man who was blind from birth, but healed through a miracle from Jesus.  Jesus took clay from the ground and spit and made eyes for this man and then caused Him to see.  Jesus, the creator of the world, (John 1:1-3) brought an undeniable miracle to his life; however, those around him attempted to diminish and change his testimony.  


Throughout John 9 we see this man being challenged and asked HOW he was healed, but his focus was on WHO healed him.  Throughout John we are given examples to cause us to believe WHO Jesus is.  With each attempt to dismantle his faith, his testimony became stronger and his revelation of Jesus grew. This man identified Jesus as: a man named Jesus; prophet; a man of God; and finally the Son of God.  Through his testimony, he came to a saving faith of WHO Jesus is. 


Perhaps you are struggling in your faith.  This man provides a great example that our experience is always greater than any argument. What has the Lord done for you? Has He saved you? Healed you? Delivered you? Gave you another chance? Whatever He has done, hold on to your testimony; it is more than enough. 


“He that believeth on the Son of God hath the witness in himself…” 1 John 5:10






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