by Stan Coffey

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As Jesus Passed By (5 of 10)
Series: A Mighty Savior
Stan Coffey
Mark 10:46-52

If you have your Bible this morning I want to invite your attention to Mark 10:46. We are going to preach this morning on the subject ''As Jesus Passed By'' as we continue the theme, ''A Mighty Savior.'' Jesus Christ is coming to the city of Jericho. He has touched the eyes of two blind men and caused them to see. He has touched the life of a man named Zacchaeus and He has changed his entire life. And now He is ready to pass through Jericho on His way to Jerusalem where He will die on the cross. You get the picture, Jesus comes through that beautiful city where I have had the privilege to visit, the city of palm trees. It is an oasis in the midst of the desert but now He is on His way to the cross and He will never pass that way again.

And I am so glad it says ''thy faith''. I am so glad it doesn't say ''thy money'' because he didn't have any money. I am glad it doesn't say ''thy education'' because he didn't have any education. I am glad it said, ''Thy faith hath made thee whole.'' What a tremendous story about a man called blind Bartimaeus. This is another example of how Jesus is a mighty Savior. The Bible says that Jesus passed through the city of Jericho and when He did the mighty Savior reached out to a man who called to Him and touched his eyes and gave him sight.

Now the skeptic and the modernist would say, well I just don't believe that Jesus does miracles today. But I am here to tell you today; I believe that we have a mighty Savior today. I believe the Word of God teaches that Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever. In this very pulpit we have had a lady who was blind that was touched by Jesus stand and give a testimony that the Lord gave her her sight. And the doctors even today examine her eyes and they say we know that you see, we can tell that you see, but when we examine your eyes, we can't see how you see. We can't explain it.

And you see the on ...

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