Blind Beggar Healing Story


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Jesus Christ, Yahweh’s Messiah, is not just a prophet: He is the Judge on Judgement Day (Revelation 20:11-15). When the prophet Isaiah began his ministry, God prepared him to prophesy over a generation that would not listen (Isaiah 6:9-10). God commanded the prophet Hosea to marry a prostitute who would leave him for other men and give his children cursed names illustrating the rebellion of Israel (Hosea 1:2-11). God cursed Israel’s leaders through the prophet Malachi and removed His favor and blessing because their teaching had become corrupt (Malachi 2:1-9).

God sent Jesus at the right time knowing He would be destroyed, because His sacrifice had to happen to save the world (Isaiah 53:10-12).

The blind beggar kneels by the muddy water next to his parents illustrating how he washed the mud and spit off of his eyes. He washed in Siloam Pool, which means “sent,” and received his sight. How sad is it that the man’s parents were afraid and did not confirm his testimony? The Holy Spirit (dove & fire) is upon him illustrating God’s healing power. The shining light and rainbow river coming from his face illustrates a man who has never seen light or Yahweh’s beautiful world seeing for the first time!

Two Pharisees are upset next to a chained synagogue and roaring dragon in a storm illustrating Satan’s victory to blind the eyes and deaden the hearts of God’s spiritual leaders to the truth. Father Yahweh is in heaven on His throne next to a cherubim, the focus face a lion, illustrating the bravery of the man to testify boldly about Jesus in front of governing leaders. Behind the synagogue is Moses parting the Red Sea and a path to Mt. Sinai illustrating how the Pharisees said that they were Moses’ disciples.

Moses is pointing to Jesus healing the blind man and the disciples releasing their faith illustrating how, if Moses were there, he would have confirmed for the Pharisees that Jesus is Yahweh’s Son. The angel is flying victoriously over Jesus illustrating the joy of angels witnessing this healing miracle. The fruit-bearing tree illustrates the divine blessing upon Jesus Christ’s miraculous leadership.

Blind Beggar Healing story sketches

Sketch #1: Blind man – This sketch is the story logo. This sketch illustrates how a poor beggar born blind was miraculously healed and saved by Jesus Messiah.

Sketch #2: Water – This sketch illustrates the first part of the story where Jesus rubs spit and mud on the beggar’s eyes. He washes in Sent pool, and he sees! Hallelujah!

Sketch #3: Witness – This sketch illustrates the second part of the story where the man is healed and boldly declares his miracle testimony to the local governing leaders.

Sketch #4: Judge gavel – This sketch illustrates the third part of the story where the local leaders judged the man evil, but Jesus judged him as faithful and blessed him.

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