I. Jesus heals a blind man （John 9:1-12） 耶稣治愈瞎子（第1–12节）
A. Why the man was born blind （1-5） 为何这个人天生瞎了（第1–5节）
What did the disciples assume when they encountered the man who was born blind?
How did Jesus answer the disciple’s question?
How does God sometimes use hardships to display his work in our lives?
Would you agree or disagree with this statement. We should look at our life difficulties more as an opportunity from God than as a punishment from Him?
What did Jesus tell us concerning the work he gives us to do?
B. The healing at the Pool of Siloam （6-12） 西罗亚池子里治愈疾病（6–12节）
Why did Jesus use such unconventional means to heal the blind man?
What are some examples of how God calls us to do things that don’t seem to make much sense on the surface?
What confusion resulted among the people when they saw the blind man was healed?
The blind man had been healed by Jesus. At this point what did he know about Jesus?
II. Another confrontation with the Pharisees （John 9:13-41） 与法利赛人第二次对峙（13—41节）
A. The Pharisees investigate the miraculous healing （13-34） 法利赛人审问神奇的治愈（13–34节）
The Pharisees were divided in their opinions about Jesus. What were the main two arguments presented about Jesus?
What did the man who was healed think about Jesus? （See verse 17）
What intimidating threat had the Pharisees made in an effort to discourage people from following and witnessing for Jesus? （See verses 22-23）
Jesus later accused the Pharisees of spiritual blindness. How did they display their blindness in the way they handled the case of the blind man who was healed?
B. Jesus heals the man of spiritual blindness （35-41） 耶稣治愈这人灵里的盲目（第35–41节）
Put yourself in the position of the man Jesus healed after his encounter with the Pharisees. What might be going through his mind?
In John 9:5 Jesus called himself the “light of the world.” How did he now show himself to be the “light of the world?”
In Isaiah 55:11 God promised his Word will always achieve his intended purpose each time he sends it out. How was his purpose achieved in this portion of Scripture?
What does this tell us about our personal ministry of God’s Word?
What strong judgment does Jesus announce to the sin-blinded, unbelieving Pharisees?
What is the only cure for spiritual blindness?