Abide Bible – Day 7 in The Gospel of John

January 28, 2021
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Day 7

We live in a world where everyone has opinions and the platforms to voice them. Sometimes those opinions drown out facts, making truths more and more difficult to find.

For Jesus, many people had opinions about who He was – a prophet; a fake Messiah; an uneducated man from the small town of Galilee. Not much has changed in 2,000 years.

In today’s video, we will reflect about why people have so many different opinions of Jesus. We’ll take time to journal how we respond when confronted with those opinions that differ from us.

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8 replies on “Abide Bible – Day 7 in The Gospel of John”

Thank you so much for going through the book of John. It is opening up my eyes on other ways to study this book and the others. Now I can always go back and look at my notes for this book.

This lesson showed my progress in my walk with Jesus. The more knowledge I get the better I am to respond, or not respond. Lesson made me look at the way the people looked at Him at that time period and maybe even today.

Even today, people have problems accepting the truth. Going through this study helps me see where I have missed the mark of understanding. Mostly through ignorance and unsound teaching in the past.

I really like listening to this study and learning the various ways to appreciate God’s Word. It is interesting to think about how different people responded to Jesus’ teachings. I’m praying that as I ponder this, Jesus will help me to respond better to those around me who do not believe.

Am blessed by all the sessions so far. And for today’s broadcasst,It is interesting to think about how different people responded to Jesus’ teachings. It’s my prayer people really understand who Jesus Christ is.

When in discussions about Jesus and what to say, it reminds me of the passage from Matthew 10:19- “do not worry about what to say or how to say it. At that time you will be given what to say, for it will not be you speaking, but the Spirit of your Father speaking through you.

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