Jesus Christ Heals a Man Born Blind


The purpose of Primary 7 Lesson 18: Jesus Christ Heals a Man Born Blind is to understand that we overcome trials and challenges as we come unto Jesus.

This one doesn't have a ton of activities from but there are a lot of great videos plus a nice long scripture chain for you. 

Teacher Study

Explore the Disability Resource on so you can answer questions that arise.

"For I Was Blind, but Now I See" by President Thomas S. Monson

"He Heals the Heavy Laden" by Elder Dallin H. Oaks



Jesus Heals a Man Born Blind (about 8 minutes)- Bible Video

One in a Million: Emily (about 1 minute)- Emily is blind but uses her other senses to do things

One in a Million: Jackson (about 2 minutes)- Jackson found things to be grateful for even with his visual impairment

One in a Million: Brynn (about)- Brynn can do lots of things to serve even though she has only one hand.

Men's Hearts Shall Fail Them (about 3 1/2 minutes)- Elder Nelson gives encouragement through his story

Mountains to Climb (about 5 minutes)- Finding faith through trials

Trial of Adversity (about 2 1/2 minutes)- A woman who is paralyzed from the waist down doesn't let it stop her.

Dayton's Legs (about 3 minutes)- How one boy loves and helps another

The Primary 7 Lesson 18 Handout Packet includes:

  • Chart to go with Enrichment Activity #1. You can do it individually, separated by groups and finish filling it out as they report, or all together. 
  • Quote in 2 sizes from Enrichment Activity #4

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Lesson Ideas

Sometimes My Life is Difficult- Journal Page

Adversity- Mormonad

Jesus Christ Heals a Blind Man- Scriptures figures to color and use

Jesus Loves Me- Poster 

Six Myths about the Handicapped- Done in 1988 but still relevant points

The Manual Alphabet- Learn the alphabet in sign language as well as some other common signs

Help Ellie Find Jacob- Maze

Coloring Pages

Because I am His Child, I Will Serve God with All My Heart... (family doing service for a person in a wheelchair)

My Family and I Can Serve Others (family helping)

Grab this cute handout over at Rachael's Booknook (and congratulate her on her new baby).