Having said these things, he spit on the ground and made mud with the saliva. Then he anointed the man's eyes with the mud and said to him, "Go, wash in the pool of Siloam" (which means Sent). So he went and washed and came back seeing.
In John 9, told that Jesus and his disciples were passing and seeing a beggar who was blind from his birth. That blind man may also have heard about Jesus, how He worked many miracles and cured various diseases by many methods. At that time he must have known that Jesus was near to him and hoped that Jesus would do something like He had ever done.
But after Jesus spoke to His disciples, He spat on the ground and put the mud mixture of His saliva on that blind man. That blind man might expect Jesus laid His hands on him, or said "You are healed!" But he never expected that Jesus would use His saliva.
This method is never used by Moses, Elijah, or Elisha. Jesus uses an unusual way of healing. That blind man could have said, "Clean up this mud out of my eyes right now! It does not make sense, what you did is not going to be good to myself." But that blind man does not do it, he was opened to an unusual way of Jesus. He does not limit God. Then Jesus told him to wash his eyes, then, for the first time in his life, he could see.
The question is: Are we like that blind man? Are we open to God's ways which are unusual to help us? Do we limit God with our expectations or the methods that we know?
Friend, this message is very clear today. Do not limit God to work in our lives. He have a thousand and one ways to express His miracles, sometimes He used the conventional way, but He often used in ways that have never been thought of by humans. He is a creative God.
Do not limit God with our ways of thinking, be open to His ways and experience those creative miracles.