PREVAILING VOICE DAILY
Topic: THE BLIND
Text: John 9:1-41KJV
1 And as Jesus passed by, he saw a man which was blind from his birth.
2 And his disciples asked him, saying, Master, who did sin, this man, or his parents, that he was born blind?
3 Jesus answered, Neither hath this man sinned, nor his parents: but that the works of God should be made manifest in him.
The word “The Blind” defines a category of people who are living but cannot see. John chapter 9 has a key character of a man who was blind.
This blind man was blind from birth as stated in the first verse of our text, and the disciples of Jesus tried to ascertain the cause of his blindness, whether it was his sin or his parent’s sin but Jesus said none but that God’s work might be made manifest.
The blindness made him:
* stagnant in life
* made him weak and helpless
* to live at the mercy of others
* live a low self esteem life
* relegated to become a beggar
* hopeless such that even when Jesus was passing by he made no move to cry like Bartimaeus(Mark 10) for his miracle. His healing was because heaven remembered him.
Many in life operates in blindness like the man above, blind from birth because of sins and the evil works of their fore fathers, or the evil covenant made by their fore fathers, or as a result of curses placed upon their generation. This made their children to live their lives to fate and believe erroneously that it is their destiny. I decree into your life that today heavens will remember you in Jesus Name and you will no longer be blind in Jesus Name.
Dear reader, the only one who can deliver you and restore your life, hope and destiny is Jesus Christ. Accept Him today (Revelations 3:20). God bless you.
* Father, destroy every cause of blindness in my life in Jesus Name.
READING THROUGH THE BIBLE (RTB)
Psalms 43, 1 Peter 4.
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