[esvignore]John 9:13-41[/esvignore] – We revisit the blind man who was healed by Jesus and consider the response to Christ’s work. In this second of two parts, we discover that the truth about Jesus presses men to react and forces a confrontation with truth. At such a turning point, there is only belief and unbelief. We look at the Pharisees and their domineering intimidation that descends into irrational confusion. We visit the man’s parents who seek to remain neutral and tremble in fear of being excommunicated. And we witness the healed man’s faith, small as it was, which compelled him to fear no man but only God, resulting in affirmation and strength from Jesus Himself.