In this chapter Jesus heals a man born blind. The man is eventually drawn to worship Jesus. This healing simultaneously exposes the blindness of the religious leaders.
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Help us to take an attitude toward sin and toward sinners much like the one that Jesus had. Help us to demand repentance in ourselves, earnestly desire it in others, but help us to avoid condemning them, knowing that we ourselves have sinned.
Cause us to always see Christ as the light of the world, so that we might walk in that light and not walk in darkness ever again. Make us Christ’s true disciples, people who would abide in your word and let your word abide in us. Let that word transform us and help us to grow.
Since we know and understand that Jesus is truly God, we worship him, Father, even as we worship you.
We know that people’s eternity hangs in the balance and is decided on their response to Christ. Make us useful in the proclamation of the gospel, in calling children of the devil out of darkness, out of the bondage and slavery of sin, and into freedom, into the bright, clear vision of your marvelous light.