Jesus then said, “I came into the world to bring everything into the clear light of day, making all the distinctions clear, so that those who have never seen will see, and those who have made a great pretense of seeing will be exposed as blind.” Some Pharisees overheard him and said, “Does that mean you’re calling us blind?” Jesus said, “If you were really blind, you would be blameless, but since you claim to see everything so well, you’re accountable for every fault and failure.”
I love what Jesus says in verse 39: "Then Jesus told him, “I entered this world to render judgment—to give sight to the blind and to show those who think they see that they are blind.” It’s interesting that the prerequisite for experiencing the light of God in our lives is just to acknowledge that there are areas where we are blind. It’s when we think we don’t need Jesus to see that we miss out on miracles.
Yes!!! We often think of judgement as a decision between right and wrong. What if, instead, judgment is actually a moment of moving from being blinded to seeing, from darkness to light? Once you see the light of Jesus, the darkness is no longer attractive and becomes void in our lives.
His light is infinitely stronger than the darkness in our life!