He replied, "I know nothing about that one way or the other. But I know one thing for sure: I was blind . . . I now see." John 9:25 (TM)
Think for a moment about the word "Witnessing". Believers often have a mental definition of this word that includes all sorts of uncomfortable connotations, yet the root of the word simply means to testify to what you’ve seen and experienced.
The blind man in today’s chapter was asked all sorts of theological questions by the religious leaders. Questions which he knew nothing about. All he knew was that he was blind, Jesus came along and touched him, and then he could see. What more powerful witness could he give?
The most powerful and effective witness a follower of Jesus can give – is simply to tell their story.