Sunday Scripture & Prayer Requests

FOURTH SUNDAY IN LENT

Healing of the Man Born Blind, painted by El Greco in 1567, Dresden, Germany. [PD-US]


As Jesus passed by he saw a man blind from
birth.


He spat on the ground and made clay with the
saliva,


and smeared the clay on his eyes, and said to him,

“Go wash in the Pool of Siloam” — which
means Sent —.


So he went and washed, and came back able to see.

His neighbors and those who had seen him earlier
as a beggar said,


“Isn’t this the one who used to sit and beg?”

Some said, “It is, “

but others said, “No, he just looks like him.”

He said, “I am.”

They brought the one who was once blind to the
Pharisees.


Now Jesus had made clay and opened his eyes on a
sabbath.


So then the Pharisees also asked him how he was
able to see.


He said to them,

“He put clay on my eyes, and I washed, and
now I can see.”


So some of the Pharisees said,

“This man is not from God,

because he does not keep the sabbath.”

But others said,

“How can a sinful man do such signs?”

And there was a division among them.

So they said to the blind man again,

“What do you have to say about him,

since he opened your eyes?”

He said, “He is a prophet.”

They answered and said to him,

“You were born totally in sin,

and are you trying to teach us?”

Then they threw him out.

When Jesus heard that they had thrown him out,

he found him and said, “Do you believe in the
Son of Man?”


He answered and said,

“Who is he, sir, that I may believe in him?”

Jesus said to him,

“You have seen him, and

the one speaking with you is he.”

He said,

“I do believe, Lord,” and he worshiped
him.

JN 9:1, 6-9, 13-17, 34-38

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