A Promise For You From Bible Promises:
Topic:This Shall Be Your Testimony
He answered and said, Whether he be a sinner or no, I know not: one thing I know, that, whereas I was blind, now I see. John 9:25. Read: John 9:8-11, 31-32
Whenever the Lord visits, change is usually the outcome because, everywhere He goes, He was doing good. Acts 20:38. The visitation of the Lord changes men's level and their status which leaves the world dumbfounded. The Lord's visitation ended the tears of the widow of Nain when her only son came back to life. Lk 7:11-27. The man born blind in our text experienced the marvelous wonder of God's visitation when Jesus asked him to go wash at the pool of siloam, he went and came seeing. This left his neighbours and those that knew him before in total confusion. His life so took a dramatic transformation that some said, This is he: others said, He is like him: but he said, I am he. This shall be your testimony in Jesus name. When others are confused about your new status, you shall confirm it to them. The Pharisees were not left out in their share of confusion of this man's great testimony. Investigating his healing, they called the man and said to him, we know that this man (that healed you) is a sinner. He answered and said, Whether he be a sinner or no, I know not: one thing I know, that, whereas I WAS BLIND, NOW I SEE.
In the name of Jesus, to everyone that wants you to remain in the same level, this shall be your testimony to them: I was blind, now I can see, I was deaf, now I can hear. I was lost, now I am found, I was poor, now I am wealthy. I was sick, now I am healed, I was barren, now I have children. I was a tenant now I am a landlord/landlady. I was jobless, now I am an employer of labour. I was burdened, now I am joyful. I was restless, now Jesus has given me rest and peace all-around in Jesus name.
By Emode Victor