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John 17:1-11 The Word of God After Jesus had spoken these words, he looked up to heaven and said, 'Father, the hour has come; glorify your Son so that the Son may glorify you, since you have given him authority over all people, to give eternal life to all whom you have given him Sunday reflection: John 17:1-11 Sunday reflection: John 17:1-11. Ed Morrissey Jun 01, 2014 10:01 AM ET. Share Tweet . Share . Tweet Sunday Reflection is a regular feature, looking at the specific readings used in today's Mass in Catholic parishes around the world Commentary on John 17:1-11. May 4, 2008. Jaime Clark-Soles. Gospel. Commentary on John 17:1-11. Most of you preachers out there already know this, but it never hurts to be reminded of a perhaps well-known fact because maybe this time around it will mean and preach something different

Tuesday of the Seventh Week of Easter - John 17:1-11a. I have made your name known to those whom you gave me.. What powerful words and what a wondrous gift Jesus gave to his disciples! Take a moment and think back to your childhood Commentary on John 17:1-11. The lectionary places Jesus' prayer concerning glory at the end of the Easter season, but in John's gospel the prayer occurs at the end of the last supper, so that it leads into the passion. Keeping the literary context in mind is important when preaching this passage

Biblical Commentary (Bible study) John 17:1-11 EXEGESIS: JOHN 13-18. THE CONTEXT These chapters outline Jesus' preparation for the cross. He began by washing the disciples' feet, demonstrating to them the kind of servant ministry that he expected of them (13:1-20). He gave them his new commandment o Jesus Prays for the Church, a Reflection on John 17:1-11 Those of us who may limit the meaning of eternal life to heaven can get a richer meaning from this prayer. Jesus defines eternal life as a life shaped by knowing God and knowing Jesus Christ who has been sent by God John 17:1-11 Father, Glorify Us that add other reflections and perspectives, personal experiences and even things that can help others who may be reading them. NOT LIKE THIS ONE. LOL!!! Finally, I could definitely sense that the temperature of the keyboard had cooled by his next response Hear the Word of the Lord, from the Gospel according to John, chapter 17, verses 1-11. After Jesus had spoken these words, he looked up to heaven and said, Father, the hour has come; glorify your Son so that the Son may glorify you, since you have given him authority over all people, to give eternal life to all whom you have given him A Storytelling Commentary on John 17:1-11 Thomas E. Boomershine, PhD After Jesus had spoken these words, he looked up to heaven and said, Father, the hour has come. Glorify your Son so that the Son may glorify you, since you have given him authority over all people, to give eternal life to all whom you have given him

Reflection: John 17:1-11a. John 17:1-11a - 7th Week of Easter. I have made your name known to those whom you gave me!. Wow! What powerful words and what a wondrous gift Jesus gave to his disciples! Take a moment and think back to your childhood. Who was it that introduced you to God and to Jesus Reflections on John 17 Jesus' Prayer for His Disciples Jesus looked up to heaven and said: Father, the hour has come! Give glory to Your Son that your Son may give glory to You (John 17:1). This is the beginning of the prayer Jesus said for His disciples. He speaks to His Father about glory Reflection on John 17: 1-11 Ascension John 17: 1-11 Facing the biggest crisis of his life, with friends ready to betray him and enemies waiting to execute him, Jesus still took time to pray. Though he anticipated death, he believed that God's glory would be shown as death was defeated and new life was given. But he prayed for others too

Tuesday of the Seventh Week of Easter Acts 20:17-27 + John 17:1-11 May 18, 2021 Now this is eternal life, that they should know you, the only true God, and the one whom you sent, Jesus Christ. We are approaching the end of the Easter season. For seven weeks we have heard of the event Commentary, John 17:1-11, Jaime Clark-Soles, Preaching This Week, WorkingPreacher.org, 2008. Dylan's Lectionary Blog, Easter 7, 2005. Biblical Scholar Sarah Dylan Breuer looks at readings for the coming Sunday in the lectionary of the Episcopal Church

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  1. John 17:1-5 Jesus Prayer - For Himself 1 When he had said these things, Jesus raised his eyes to heaven and said, Father, the hour has come. The story had reached its climax: the hour has come. Glory for Father and Son Glorify your Son so that your Son might glorify you - To glorify is to reveal the inner reality and truth of another
  2. e Within the Godhead, Jesus says, all things are held in common. There is no ownership as everything is shared or continually and mutually exchanged. This is, at least, part of what it means for the Father and the Son to be one
  3. Commentary on John 17:1-11. Today we move on to the great chapter 17 of John. Jesus is still with his disciples at the. Last Supper and this is the final part of his discourse. It consists of a long prayer, sometimes called the High Priestly prayer of Jesus. The prayer can be said to be in three parts: - Jesus prays for his own mission
  4. Complete Concise Chapter Contents. Christ's prayer for himself. (1-5) His prayer for his disciples. (6-10) His prayer. (11-26) Commentary on John 17:1-5 (Read John 17:1-5). Our Lord prayed as a man, and as the Mediator of his people; yet he spoke with majesty and authority, as one with and equal to the Father
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  1. Reflection on John 17:1-11. After saying these things, Jesus looked up to heaven and said, Father the hour has come. Glorify your Son so he can give glory back to you.. Jesus prays to the Father. Even this moment, right before His suffering, Jesus is concerned with the glory of the Father and the future of the disciples
  2. Lectionary Reflection: Colossians 1: 11-20 Get Out of Yourself November 22, 2013 Lectionary Reflection: Luke 12: 49-56, Hebrews 11:29-12:2: This is the Day of Promise August 17, 2013 Lectionary Reflection: Luke 12: 32-40, Hebrews 11: 1-16: Faith in the Heart
  3. My Gospel Reflections for June 7 Tuesday of the Seventh Week of Easter: John 17:1-11 My Reflections: Jesus said: I glorified you on earth by accomplishing the work that you gave me to do. It was mission accomplished for Jesus. In doing his mission there were also instances wherein he stopped for a while and reflected on the sufferings that he.
  4. Sermon - Easter 7 - The High Priestly Prayer - John 17:1-11 - 6/5/11 Posted on June 12, 2011 by Lutheran Church of the Resurrection This is now the third consecutive Sunday that our Gospel reading has been taken from the Words of Jesus in the Upper Room in Jerusalem on the night He was betrayed
  5. John 17:1-11 Easter 7 June 5th, 2011 Jesus Prays We usually think it's a little strange when someone talks to himself. So how can God pray to God? Here's another one of the great mysteries of the Christian faith - part of the hidden nature of the Triune God. One God, in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
  6. The prayer that Jesus prayed in John 17:1-11 is known as the High Priestly prayer because Jesus offers prayers for himself, his apostles and followers-just like the High Priest offered prayers for people in the temple, and just like I do when I deliver the Prayers of the People during worship services. Something else that Jesus prayed was for.

  1. Daily Reflection. From a Creighton Student's Perspective June 7, 2011 by Acts 20:17-27 Ps 68:10-11, 20-21 Jn 17:1-11a. Weekly Guide for Daily Prayer. The Daily Reflections I pray for them. - John 17:9 One sentence. So simple. So powerful. Jesus, two millennia ago, prayed for me. Prayed for you. Prayed for us, on our.
  2. e Within the Godhead, Jesus says, all things are held in common. There is no ownership as everything is shared or continually and mutually exchanged. This is, at least, part of what it means for the Father and the Son to be one
  3. John 17:1-11 Commentary. Glory to God in the highest prayer - Give blood and receive the Holy Spirit. John 17:1-11 Commentary. Published by Pilgrim-info On . 1
  4. John 17:1-11 BIBLICAL COMMENTARY (COMMENTARIO): John 17:1-11 (English) Juan 17:1-11 (Español) (Véase también la nota a continuación) SERMONS. John 17:1-11 So That We May Be One in Christ (Strayhorn) John 17:1-11 That We May Be One (Sellery) John 17:1-11 Jesus' Prayer for Us (Kegel) CHILDREN'S SERMONS. John 17:1-11 Finishing the Work.

John 17:1-11 Commentary by Jaime Clark-Soles. Chapters 14-17 are known as Jesus' Farewell Discourse. In it, he takes his disciples aside and prepares them for his departure, instructing them, warning them, and equipping them. The Discourse ends with his Farewell Prayer in which he directs his speech not to the disciples, but to God Contributed by John Gaston on May 11, 2021. based on 2 ratings. | 2,757 views. In Jesus' High Priestly prayer in John 17, He recognized us as His treasured possessions that the Father gave Him. He prayed for our unity and that we might be kept by God's Name and Word until we're with Him in Heaven The verb, to give, occurs 17 times in Jesus' prayer in John 17 and more often in John than in any of the other gospels (Morris, p. 718, note 6). It puts the focus on God's grace. Then Jesus defines eternal life, drawing together verses 1 and 2 (John 17:3): This is eternal life, that they may know You, the only true God, and Jesus. John 17:1-11 Commentary by Craig R. Koester. The lectionary places Jesus' prayer concerning glory at the end of the Easter season, but in John's gospel the prayer occurs at the end of the last supper, so that it leads into the passion. Keeping the literary context in mind is important when preaching this passage Sermon on John 17:1-11. In today's Gospel, we hear a prayer that Jesus prays to his Father before his death. It's a prayer that recognizes that he will die. Jesus is still in this world, but prays in anticipation of his death, resurrection, and ascension. His disciples keep on in his absence

John 17:1-11. James T. Batchelor. Easter 7, series A Saint Paul Lutheran Church Manito, IL. view DOC file: Sun, May 28, 2017 : Christ has risen! He has risen, indeed! Alleluia! During the last half of the Easter Season, we have been listening to Jesus in the Upper Room just a few hours before Judas betrayed Him. This morning, we had an. John 17:1. The Prayer of all prayers was prayed by the Lord Jesus, as the pivotal hour in the history of the the ages had finally arrived. The moment, which was planned in eternity past and towards which every step of Christ's earthly pathway had been progressing had finally arrived - the cross: where the blood of the eternal Son of God made Man had reached its terminus

Contributed by John Gaston on May 11, 2021. based on 2 ratings. | 2,761 views. In Jesus' High Priestly prayer in John 17, He recognized us as His treasured possessions that the Father gave Him. He prayed for our unity and that we might be kept by God's Name and Word until we're with Him in Heaven Short, Simple and Personal reflections on the daily Holy Mass Gospel. I facilitate/conduct Spiritual Recollections and talks in person or via Zoom. Friday, May 31, 2019. 1Reflection for June 4, Tuesday: Seventh Week of Easter; John 17:1-11a Gospel: John 17:1-11a

First Thoughts on Year A Gospel Passages from the Lectionary Easter 7. William Loader. Easter 7: 24 May John 17:1-11. Like Jesus' final words to his disciples, so also this account of his final prayer has to be understood against the background of common patterns of 'biography' of the time John 17:1-11 The High Priestly Prayer. When Jesus had spoken these words, he lifted up his eyes to heaven, and said, Father, the hour has come; glorify your Son that the Son may glorify you, 2 since you have given him authority over all flesh, to give eternal life to all whom you have given him John 17. John 16. John 18. Chapter 17 This chapter is a prayer, it is the Lord's prayer, the Lord Christ's prayer. There was one Lord's prayer which he taught us to pray, and did not pray himself, for he needed not to pray for the forgiveness of sin; but this was properly and peculiarly his, and suited him only as a Mediator, and is a.

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Commentary on John 17:1-11. COMMENTARY John 17:1-11. 1 These words spake Jesus, and lifted up his eyes to heaven, and said, Father, the hour is come; glorify thy Son, that thy Son also may glorify thee: [These words spake Jesus] That is, what has been related in previous chapters John 17:1-11. Tuesday of week 7 of Easter; John 17:11-19. Wednesday of week 7 of Easter; John 17:20-26. Thursday of week 7 of Easter; John 18:1-19:42. Friday of week 6 of Lent; John 18:33-37. Sunday of week 34 of Ordinary Time (Cycle B) John 19:25-27. Our Lady of Sorrows; John 20:1-2, 11-18. Saint Mary Magdalen John 17:1-5 Christ prayeth to his Father to glorify him, John 17:6-14 and to preserve his apostles in unity of faith, John 17:15,16 and from all evil, John 17:17-19 and to sanctify them with the word of truth, John 17:20-26 and for the perfect union of all believers, and their admission to a share of his glory in heaven Homily 9 John 1:11 Homily 10 John 1:11-13 Homily 11 John 1:14 Homily 12 John 1:14 Homily 13 John 1:15 Homily 14 John 1:16-17 Homily 15 John 1:18 Homily 16 John 1:21-27 Homily 17 John 1:28-34 Homily 18 John 1:35-40 Homily 19 John 1:41-42 Homily 20 John 1:43-49 Homily 21 John 1:49-2:4 Homily 22 John 2:4-10 Homily 23 John 2:11-22 Homily 24 John 2. Bridgeway Bible Commentary. 148. Jesus' prayer (John 17:1-26)Having announced his victory over the world (see John 16:33), Jesus now offers a prayer that reflects the triumph of his completed work.He begins by speaking of his relationship with the Father

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I pray not for the world — Not in these petitions, which are adapted to the state of believers only. (He prays for the world at John 17:21,23, that they may believe - That they may know God hath sent him.)This no more proves that our Lord did not pray for the world, both before and afterward, than his praying for the apostles alone, John 17:6-19, proves that he did not pray for them also. Scripture: John 17:4, John 17:6, John 17:26. David Mathis May 6, 2020. God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in him Learn more about Desiring God Ways to Follow. Follow Desiring God on Facebook. Follow Desiring God on Instagram. Follow Desiring God on Twitter.

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Jul 26, 2020 - Heaven on My Mind. By Maribeth Harper. Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Matthew 13:44-52 In John's Gospel there are three times when someone dear to Jesus asked Him to do something (John 2:1-11 and 7:1-10)). In each of these three cases, Jesus responded in the same way. · Jesus first refused to grant their request and then He fulfilled it after showing that He does things according to the timing and will of God, not man COMMENTARY ON JOHN 17:11-19. 11 And now I am not in the world, and these are in the world, and I come to thee. Holy Father, keep them in thy name whom thou hast given me: that they may be one, as we also are. He gives a reason for praying fervently now, especially for His disciples. Now I am not in the world .

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Commentary for John 17 . Christ's prayer for himself. (1-5) His prayer for his disciples. (6-10) His prayer. (11-26)1-5 Our Lord prayed as a man, and as the Mediator of his people; yet he spoke with majesty and authority, as one with and equal to the Father. Eternal life could not be given to believers, unless Christ, their Surety, both. John 17:1-11. 17 After Jesus had spoken these words, he looked up to heaven and said, Father, the hour has come; glorify your Son so that the Son may glorify you, 2 since you have given him authority over all people, to give eternal life to all whom you have given him. 3 And this is eternal life, that they may know you, the only true God. The whole purpose of Jesus was to awaken in us the realisation that we are sons and daughters of God (by grace); co-heirs to God's kingdom with Him. We are children of God, and if children, then heirs, heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ (Romans 8:17). A really successful master/teacher makes his pupils masters in their own right When A Loved One Dies - A Funeral Sermon on John 14:1-6; The Bread We Eat - A Sermon on John 6:24-35; Proper 13B; Index of Posts; When You're Down To Five Loaves And Two Fish - A Sermon On Matthew 14:13-21; It's About God, Not The Dirt - A Sermon on Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23, Proper 10A; And You Shall Live - A Sermon On Ezekiel 37:1-1 26. Abiding in the Vine (John 15:1-17) by Dr. Ralph F. Wilson. Audio (41:39) Icon of Christ the True Vine (late 20th century), Dormition Convent, Parnes, Greece, based on an early 15th century by Angelos Akotantos at Malles, Hierapetra. John's Gospel is full of rich nuggets of truth that teach us about our Father, Jesus, salvation, eternal life.

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17 When Jesus had spoken these words, m he lifted up his eyes to heaven, and said, Father, n the hour has come; o glorify your Son that the Son may p glorify you, 2 since q you have given him authority over all flesh, r to give eternal life to all s whom you have given him. 3 t And this is eternal life, u that they know you, v the only w. 5:11 To him be the power forever and ever. Amen. John 17:1-11 17:1 After Jesus had spoken these words, he looked up to heaven and said, Father, the hour has come; glorify your Son so that the Son may glorify you, 17:2 since you have given him authority over all people, to give eternal life to all whom you have given him An Exposition of John 15:1-17. June 12, 2018 / Tammy Fleming. by Anna Hunsaker -- Denver, Colorado, USA. Introduction. The disciples had just shared in the Passover Supper with Jesus. He humbly washed their feet and began to describe the events that would lead to his crucifixion. It is uncertain how much the disciples understood about what was. John 17 - These words spake Jesus, and lifted up his eyes to heaven, and said, Father, the hour is come; glorify thy Son, that thy Son also may glorify thee Sychar was in a region where many fields of grain grew. This region is still famous because of its grain. So Jesus told his *disciples to look at the fields near to them. Again, Jesus was using familiar, physical things to explain *spiritual principles (see John 2:1-11; 4:7-13). The *Samaritan woman had just rushed away to tell people about Jesus

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NAS John 1:11 He came to His own, and those who were His own did not receive Him. NIV John 1:11 He came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him. NLT John 1:11 He came to his own people, and even they rejected him. GWN John 1:11 He went to his own people, and his own people didn't accept him Pulpit Commentary. 3 John 1:1. The elder unto the wellbeloved Gaius, whom I love in the truth. Verse 1. - To Gaius the beloved ( Γαι'´ῳ τῷ ἀγαπητῷ ). This is additional reason for thinking that κυρία in the Second Epistle is not a proper name; if it were we should probably have the same formula as we have here. Readings Reading 1: Song of Songs 3.1-4a or 2 Corinthians 5.14-17 Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 63 Gospel: John 20.1, 11-18 Gospel Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene came to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the tomb. She stood w Reflections On The Intersect Of Faith And Life. Sunday, May 24, 2020. Reflection on John 17:1-11 When we think of glory, one of the most readily available images is that of a football quarterback who has led his team in the defeat of multiple opponents to win the season Reflections on the Sunday Lectionary Readings David Owen and Mark Smith reflect on the lectionary of Sunday scripture readings. Saturday, 27 May 2017. John 17:1-11 (NRSV) John 17:1-11 (NRSV) Jesus Prays for His Disciples. 1 After Jesus had spoken these words, he looked up to heaven and said,.

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Daily Reflection | John 17:1-11 | #PrayerRequestNiJesus | May 18, 202 John 17:1-11 Gospel reading for Sunday June 5th From John 14 we jump over three chapters this week to find Jesus still delivering his lengthy farewell message to His disciples. Therefore in order to fully grasp the many dimensions of what Jesus is saying, a much deeper and broader study is required beyond this small section of 11 verses, something that I'm not going to attempt here father, that's just my reflection. No, look harder, Rafiki says. As he looks, Simba begins to recognize his father in his own reflection. You see? Rafiki hums, He lives in you. The lesson aligns remarkably well with Jesus' message in John 17, and the message reiterated in 1 John 4

May 24, 2020 (Sunday) - Through Jesus' Eyes - A Reflection on John 17:1-11 font size decrease font size increase font size; Print; Email; After Jesus had spoken these words, he looked up to heaven and said, Father, the hour has come; glorify your Son so that the Son may glorify you, since you have given him authority over all people, to. John 17:11. It is a measure of how important being one with the Father and Son is that, in this most important prayer delivered on the last night of Jesus' life, Jesus requested of the Father that we be one with them four times! In that sense, it is the most important request in this prayer that we become one with them - Jn 17:11-12 c. Defiled, but Jesus provides sanctification through God's word - Jn 17:17 d. Divided , but Jesus offers unity through His glory - Jn 17:22 CONCLUSION 1. These four reasons help us appreciate why Jesus' prayer in Jn 17 has been called..

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JOHN 17:1-2 1 Jesus spoke these words, lifted up His eyes to heaven, and said: Father, the hour has come. Glorify Your Son, that Your Son also may glorify You, 2 as You have given Him authority over all flesh, that He should give everlasting life to as many as You have given Him Weekday I (2015) Here the homilies are being sorted through the liturgical year. It is my hope, eventually, to have one homily for every daily mass throughout the two year cycle, along with one homily for every Sunday throughout the three year cycle, and also one homily for every feast and solemnity that comes with its own readings Reflections on John 8:1-11. Awake Uncategorized June 29, 2018 4 Minutes. By: Ryan 6/29/2018. John 8:1-11. 1 But Jesus went to the Mount of Olives. 2 At dawn he appeared again in the temple courts, where all the people gathered around him, and he sat down to teach them. 3 The teachers of the law and the Pharisees brought in a woman caught in. THURSDAY, JULY 22, JOHN 20:1-2, 11-18 (Songs 3:1-4b or 2 Corinthians 5:14-17; Psalm 63) KEY VERSE: I have seen the Lord (v.18). TO KNOW: Mary Magdalene came from the town of Magdala on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee. She was a devoted disciple of Jesus, and one of the women who ministered to him out of their resources (Lk 8:2) John 17:11-19 . May 18, 2021 - Communion of Love . By Leah Nguyen Tuesday of the Seventh Week of Easter John 17:1-11 . May 17, 2021 - The Gift of Fortitude . By Leah Nguyen Monday of the Seventh Week of Easter John 16:29-33 . May 16, 2021 - Consecrated for Service Daily Reflection. You are not subscribed to the Daily Reflection. Subscribe.

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Acts 1:1-11, Psalm 47, John 17:6-19 The Ascension of Our Lord Sermon and Reflections for The Seventh Sunday of Easter - Year B Keeping The Faith In Babylon - Barry Robinson Acts 1:15-17,21-26; Psalm 1; 1 John 5:9-13; John 17:1-26 St. Ann's-In-The-Sea Introduction To The Scripture For The Seventh Sunday of Easter - Year John 2:1-11 Reflection Have you been part of an experience of the water turning into good wine? Perhaps you have had unexpected guests and there is still plenty of food. How about the numerous times when you had the strength to continue doing or being present for someone. Have the thoughts associated with desperate or The Son of God - Jn 1:34 4. The King of Israel - Jn 1:49 5. The promised Messiah - Jn 4:25-26 6. The Bread of Life - Jn 6:35 7. The Light Of the World - Jn 8:12 8. The Great I Am - Jn 8:56-58 9. The Good Shepherd - Jn 10:11 10. The Resurrection and The Life - Jn 11:25 [The prayer in Jn 17 is great because the greatest Person who ever lived is. JOHN: PRECEPT UPON PRECEPT Precept Ministries International Inductive Study. Lesson 1 of each part can be downloaded below as Pdf. John Part 1 10 lessons covering John 1-6 with Lesson Six a study on Being Born Again and Lesson Ten a Topical Study on Jesus' Disciples; John Part 2 8 lessons covering John 7-11. Includes Topical Study on the Feasts (Lessons 2-4) and Topical Study on Shee

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by John Zokovitch Pax Christi USA Director of Communications Most, maybe all, biblical scholars agree that John 8:1-11 is not original to John's gospel, and that it actually reflects Lucan artistry and themes much more. For this reason, some commentaries neglect to reflect on the passage at all. It is a problematic passage for ou John MacArthur is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, as well as an author, conference speaker, president of The Master's University and Seminary, and featured teacher with the Grace to You media ministry. In 1969, after graduating from Talbot Theological Seminary, John came to Grace Community Church a commentary and meditation on the Gospel of John. John 5:1-16 Jesus heals lame man at pool of Bethzatha John 5:17-30 Jesus' first discourse on Father-Son relationship John 5:31-47 Jesus answers the chages of his opponents . John 6:1-15 Jesus feeds 5000 by multiplying five loaves & two fish John 6:16-21 Jesus walks on the Sea of Galilee to the disciples' boa Homily for the seventh Easter Sunday (John 17:1-11) Homily for the feast of Pentecost (John 20:19-23) Homily for the feast of the Holy Trinity (John 3:16-18) Homily for the feast of the Holy Sacrament (John 6:51-58) Homily for the ninth Sunday of the Year (Matthew 7:21-27

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January 16, 2011 John the Baptist Introduces His Disciples to Jesus Lectionary Reflections on John 1:29-34. I have a friend Susan who says her husband always remembers a face but seldom a name Come Pray the Rosary with us at The Church of St. John the Evangelist every Sunday morning at 7:05am, before the 7:30am Mass. July 17, 2021, Daily Reflection

John chapter 2 2:1-11 2:12-25. John chapter 3 3:1-8 3:9-21 3:22-36. John chapter 4 4:1-6 4:7-26 It ought to raise very serious reflections in our minds. It calls us loudly to use great searching of heart. And we entreat Him, who alone can preserve us, to be continually delivering as from its power. (John 17:15.) The last sentence is an. Monday Reflection on John 8:1-11 In this Lenten season, we return to God, God of hope. We might feel like the woman in the Gospel today: trapped in situations where there does not seem to be hope. We might feel deep injustice. We might feel desperate for the grace of God's presence. Or perhaps we might recognize that God is calling us to witnes Articles Messages Books Podcasts Filter Resources By Ask Pastor John. Questions and answers with John Piper. Look at the Book. Interactive Bible study with John Piper. Solid Joys. Daily devotional with John Pipe The entire set of readings for Year B. A link means there's a Lection Reflection for that scripture. First Sunday of Advent Hebrew Reading: Isaiah 64:1-9 Psalm Reading: Psalm 80:1-7, 17-19 Epistle Reading: 1 Corinthians 1:3-9 Gospel Reading: Mark 13:24-3 The following is a reflection on John 2:1-11, the Gospel lesson appointed for Epiphany 2C, according to the Revised Common Lectionary. In the 25th chapter of Isaiah we find a beautiful vision of what happens when God's victory is made manifest: O n this mountain the LORD of hosts will make for all peoplesa feast of rich food, a feast of well. 6 I have revealed you # 17:6 Greek have revealed your name; also in 17:26. to the ones you gave me from this world. They were always yours. You gave them to me, and they have kept your word. 7 Now they know that everything I have is a gift from you, 8 for I have passed on to them the message you gave me. They accepted it and know that I came from you, and they believe you sent me