And He said unto him, “Go, wash in the pool of Siloam” (which is by interpretation, Sent). He went his way therefore, and washed, and came seeing.
The word that comes out of the mouth of the Lord has tremendous power to meet every need in your life. No matter your situation, if you would trust Him and take Him at His word, you will see His glory in your life.
Here was a man who had been blind from birth. Jesus walked over to him, spit in the dirt, made clay of the spittle, smeared the clay on the man’s eyes and said, “Go, wash in the pool of Siloam.” That man could have said, “What do you mean, ‘Go wash in the pool of Siloam?’ Look, Jesus, I don’t need a bath – I need my sight! What is mud in my eyes going to do? Everyone will laugh at me.
I was hoping you will work a miracle. I’m very disappointed in you.” Instead, the Bible tells us, the blind man submitted himself to Jesus and went to the pool of Siloam and washed the mud off his eyes. He had to obey what Jesus told him to do with no feeling and no manifestation.
Every symptom was still there; his eyes were still blind. The only difference was that he now had mud in his eyes! But Jesus said, “Go,” and the blind man went. Jesus gave him an opportunity to walk by faith.
The blind man took off for the pool of Siloam on the Word of God alone. That was his faith in operation. He went, he washed and he came again seeing. But he had to step out on the word Jesus spoke before he saw results.
So find out in God’s Word what He has said about your situation. Then step out on that Word, and you will see the glory of God.
Prayer: Father, I praise You for being a trustworthy God. Scriptural Reading: John 9:1-12