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John 3 is home to some of the most well known verses in scripture. But what does this chapter have to do with missions? Scott and Justin discuss this and more this week. 
Justin and Scott look back at John chapter 2, discussing the similarities and differences between Jesus’ zeal and our anger.
In this month’s Families at Grace podcast, Savannah, Josh, and Jason discuss the challenges and opportunities for students as they head back to school.

The well known account of Jesus cleansing the Temple is about much more than righteous anger. Jesus’ actions and words in the Temple that day expressed his love and pointed to his redeeming death and resurrection. As we consider what Jesus did and said, may the God of hope fill us with joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit we may abound in hope (Romans 15:13).

In John 2, we are told that Jesus manifested his glory at the wedding feast in Cana. Justin and Scott discuss how we experience this glory on a daily basis.

At a wedding with his disciples, Jesus turned water into wine. This was his first sign. The miracle Jesus performed was significant because in it he communicated what is true about himself. Jesus is superior. He is the fulfillment of all that came before him, the final Word, the sure Way, the complete Truth, and the gift of Life. This is the glory of Jesus. On that day, his followers further believed in him. Today, may we see the glory of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth. Let us, too, believe in him.

At a wedding with his disciples, Jesus turned water into wine. This was his first sign. The miracle Jesus performed was significant because in it he communicated what is true about himself. Jesus is superior. He is the fulfillment of all that came before him, the final Word, the sure Way, the complete Truth, and the gift of Life. This is the glory of Jesus. On that day, his followers further believed in him. Today, may we see the glory of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth. Let us, too, believe in him.

At a wedding with his disciples, Jesus turned water into wine. This was his first sign. The miracle Jesus performed was significant because in it he communicated what is true about himself. Jesus is superior. He is the fulfillment of all that came before him, the final Word, the sure Way, the complete Truth, and the gift of Life. This is the glory of Jesus. On that day, his followers further believed in him. Today, may we see the glory of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth. Let us, too, believe in him.

In the first chapter of John, Jesus asks his early followers, “What do you seek?” He then tells them to “come and see.” In this week’s podcast, Justin and Scott explore why these phrases are important for us to consider both as a Christian and a non-believer.

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