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Manifesting the works of God
by Misti Chancellor 
06/16/07
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John 9:1-7

Jesus’ disciples wanted to know whose fault it was that this man was unable to see. Instead of trying to help them find someone to blame, Jesus had them take a different look at the situation. He told them that through this man’s affliction, the works of God were going to be manifested.

Too often we face challenges, or see others who are facing challenges, and wonder who is to blame for the situation. Maybe we ask God, “Why does this person have to go through this?” Perhaps we wonder, “What bad thing did this person do to end up with this challenge?” Or we might wonder if that person is suffering because of someone else’s faults and failings. Instead of looking for someone or something to blame, we should take to heart what Jesus told his disciples here: “This is a situation where the works of God can be manifested.”

Challenges, trials, difficulties, and tough times of life are something that we will all encounter. When you’re experiencing things you can’t change or don’t understand, take those problems to God and seek to have his works manifested through your challenges. He won’t fail you.

“Neither hath this man sinned, nor his parents: but that the works of God should be made manifest in him.” (John 9:3)

Lord, as we face the challenges of life, please help us to remember that as we allow you to manifest yourself through them, others can be blessed and drawn to you.

If you died today, are you absolutely certain that you would go to heaven? You can be! TRUST JESUS NOW

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Verna Cole Mitchell  17 Jun 2007
You did an excellent job of explaining this Scripture with a great challenge.
Trevas Walker 16 Jun 2007
To often in life we look to place blame. I love the message here...Great job
dub W 16 Jun 2007
Nice job. You might think of breaking up the long sentence, but otherwise this is a well written devotion.
dub W 16 Jun 2007
Nice job. You might think of breaking up the long sentence, but otherwise this is a well written devotion.




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