January 14, 2017

John 1:35-42

It becomes immediately apparent in John’s Gospel that he is more interested in Christology than in what Jesus said and did. The statements made testify to the person of Christ. As witnessed to by John the Baptist and the first apostles, he is the Lamb of God, Rabbi, the Messiah.

I was first called when I was baptized. Remind me of that call again and again. Here I am. I want to do your will but cannot do it alone.

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