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Will Work for Jesus - John 9:4-5 - Bryant L. Bacon, Sr.

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The disciples ask Jesus the question, “who sinned him or his parents” and Jesus says that no one sinned but that the works of God be revealed in him.


This man's blindness was the touch of God in his life not punitive, not arbitrary. It was part of a plan unknown to anyone but God and his Christ, a plan intended to bring Christ into this man's life and ultimate praise and glory to God.


It is at this point that Jesus makes it clear that everyone including Himself has work to do in their relationship with God.


I verse four Jesus declares that “I must work the works of Him that sent me…” Jesus came to perform the works of God.


When a person does the works of God it demonstrates the person of God in their lives. Let’s examine these works for just a few minutes.




"For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost"… (Luke 19:10).


The word work means to labor or commissioned for a specific task or undertaking. Jesus is saying that I must labor for the very purposes of God.


God seeks man. Jesus took the initiative with this man, reaching out to help him. It was not the man who reached out for help.


In fact, the man was blind; he did not even know that help was available. If Jesus had not reached out for him, he would have remained blind and been in darkness forever.


We have to make ourselves available to God and reach out to those who are blind. Blindness is the idea of not knowing the truth and believing the lies of Satan.


Just like Jesus we need to take the initiative in outreach and proactive in evangelism sharing the wonderful news of salvation and deliverance.

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