“Whose sin?” they ask, “Who made him blind?”
Someone caused this. Blame to find.
I want you to see purpose. You are stuck on cause.
Instead of opportunity, you look for flaws.
Cause looks behind; purpose ahead.
Look to the beauty to come instead.
Neither sinned. That isn’t the lead story.
Through this man you’ll see God’s glory.
Watch what my presence in a life can do.
It’s not just for him; it’s also for you.
Mud from saliva on his eyes anointed.
Now wash in the pool, over there he pointed.
A step of faith the blind man takes.
From his eyes, sight awakes.
Who fixed you? Who made you see?
The man called Jesus; He healed me.
He doesn’t understand much. His eyes have been closed.
Only the name of the healer he knows.
That man is not from God they say.
They are focused only on the healing day.
How can this happen? Again, they ask.
More time to ponder who performed such a task.
He is a prophet. With each attack the man’s faith grows.
He is starting to see what before he didn’t know.
His parents they call; asking the same.
He is of age. Ask him, they proclaim.
Desperate to protect their synagogue place,
They can’t even celebrate this amazing grace.
Again, they question how it could be.
I only know I was blind, but now I see.
I am a disciple; do you also want to be one?
Transformation happening and Heaven watching the fun.
Calling him a sinner, they cast him out for good.
But Jesus finds him; I suspect he knew Jesus would.
Do you believe in the Son of Man?
Who is He that before Him I may stand?
You have seen Him. It is I speaking to you.
Lord, I believe! Worship ensues.
The Messiah He comes to open our eyes.
He wants us to see fully; to change our lives.
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