June 4, 2019

John 17:1-11A

Jesus’ work on behalf of the Father is complete. It is time for him to leave. Poised between heaven and earth he prays, first to the Father in words reminiscent of the Our Father. Jesus then turns his focus to his disciples. He has made the Father known to them and they have accepted his message.

Our hope is in you as it was for the first disciples. When you prayed for them, you were also praying for us.

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