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John 12:37-50 Even though Jesus had done many miracles for them, the people still did not believe. This passage explains why this was so and why this downward spiral of unbelief is still a reality today. But Jesus came to rescue people from the curse of unbelief and instead give eternal life to those who believe.
Part 23 in a series on the Gospel of John Paternity tests are telling, helpful and somewhat controversial. In Jesus' continued wrangling with the religious establishment, this time he turned the tables of ancestral suspicion right back on them, and the results were undeniable. Your reaction to the truth will either be pick up the stone of unbelief and rejection. Or, you will bow the knee to this One who is the light of the world and the best Big Brother who introduces you to and keeps you in a new relationship to the Father.
Part 22 in a series on the Gospel of John Jesus is the self-authenticating, heaven-sent and heaven-validated light of the world who as a witness is true and as a judge is right. He is one with his Father. You must welcome the light of the world into your life, or your will perish in your sins.
In the Gospel According to John the Evangelist (or Apostle), John is giving a biographical account in order to lead us in asking a very important question(s). The question is not primarily the one that pop Christianity has purveyed “What Would Jesus Do?” But, rather: “Who is Jesus?” or “What DID Jesus Do?” Truth be told is that people in Jesus’ day had similar expectations like we do, and Jesus didn’t meet them.
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One of the major motifs of John’s Gospel is misunderstanding. Misunderstandings usually happen when we make premature or uninformed conclusions about an issue or person. Thus, resistance is growing. We miss the true Jesus who though at times “seems” close is farther than we think.