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Comment from Dr Shan Walks:

"Modern culture often wants to distance Jesus from God, to turn Jesus into a great teacher or a prophet. If He were just a good teacher, a great man—anything but the Son of God, and God incarnate—then we could pick and choose from what He said. We wouldn’t have to submit to Him. When we read the New Testament we see this is not just a figment of modern culture; it was a part of first-century culture, too. The religious elite attacked Jesus for blasphemy because they understood that He was claiming to be God. They knew what Jesus meant when He said He was God’s “only Son” (John 3:16), doing His Father’s will (John 6:38). Up until that point, no one else would have dared to call God their “Father” (John 5:18). In this chapter, we again see Jesus fulfilling His calling as the Son of God: speaking life to all who will listen, shining light in the darkness, and bringing glory to God the Father. We even catch a glimpse of the relationship between God the Father and God the Son, as Jesus wrestles with what’s to come: "Now My soul is troubled. What should I say—Father, save Me from this hour? But that is why I came to this hour. Father, glorify Your name!" Then a voice came from heaven: "I have glorified it, and I will glorify it again!" (John 12:27-28). It is a precious insight into the Trinity, our relational God. He has come at great cost to Himself in order to seek relationship with us, offering us the resurrection and the life.  No wonder Mary was led to worship Him. No wonder the Greeks wanted to see Jesus (John 12:20). No wonder the crowd sang, “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord” (Matthew 23:39). God—Jesus—truly is the answer to our most important questions, the remedy for our greatest fears." Carolyn Denny #srtjohn #shereadstruth #john

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Comment from Octavio Estabén:

Tal día como hoy, 17 de enero, hace #50 años, el #DailyMail publica la noticia de la muerte en accidente de tráfico del heredero de #Guiness, Tara Browne. Tras leerla John Lennon escribió la letra de #ADayInTheLife. On this day, Jan 17, #50YearsAgo, the Daily Mail newspaper reports Guinness heir Tara Browne is killed in a car wreck. This article inspires lyrics for The Beatles song "A Day in the Life". #1967 #50años #50aniversario #Whatayear #50anniversary #goldenyear #goldenyears #LaVidaEmpiezaALos50 #LifeStartsAt50 #beatles #thebeatles #Lennon #johnlennon #John #McCartney #Paul #BrianEpstein #Ringo #RingoStarr #Harrison #GeorgeHarrison #George #sgtpepper #sgtpepperslonelyheartsclubband #sgtpeppers

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