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Jesus Heals the Blindman - Blind Bartimaeus, Mark 10:46-52 (also in Matthew 20:29-34 and Luke 18:35-43). The man by the pool of Bethesda (John 15), the man told to go wash in the Pool of Siloam (John 9).

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  • The Visual Bible DVD -- the Gospel of John has both of these..


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Jan S

 


 

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  • Righteous Judge (Nest Family).  DVD centers around two stories - the story of the “Sinful Woman” and the “Man Born Blind" (Siloam – John 9).  Would be good movie to show focusing in on the second story in more depth in your questions and review.

Computer - Siloam

 

Pathways to Jerusalem CD  is a computer program that has really well done and entertaining introductions to Solomon's Temple and Herod's Second Temple. It's available from www.sundaysoftware.com and I have always loved using it. 

 

It has a section on the pool of Siloam.

Computer - Siloam

 

Life of Christ CD also has a Pool of Siloam lesson.

I've been to the Pool of Siloam.... arriving through Hezekiah's tunnel which brings water from the Gihon Spring. The day I was there some workmen were cleaning the pool and removing COINS that people had thrown in it. Isn't it interesting that people throw coins in fountains/pools to make a wish.

I wonder... could your kids make their OWN Pool of Siloam to collect coins for a ministry to those with physical handicaps?

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