Gospel of John

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    only way to salvation is through impartial faith in Jesus. In the pamphlet, it that’s that “He will save you if you trust Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior,” which is biblically supported. In the Gospel of John, Jesus affirms the reality that “no one comes to the father except through [Jesus]” (John 14:6). The pamphlet illustrates this point further beyond just the basic concept that salvation is through faith in Jesus, but also impartial faith. The “Eternal Gift” argues this through…

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    The Eucharist as a Sacrifice On the night before Jesus suffered on the cross, He shared one last meal with his disciples. It is during this meal that the sacrament of His Body and Blood was instituted. It is now commonly known as the sacrament of the Eucharist. He did this in order to preserve it throughout the ages and to entrust to the church a memorial of his sacrifice for us through death. It is a memorial in the sense that it makes present the sacrifice which Christ offered to God, on the…

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    Essay On Atonement

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    As this semester began almost twelve weeks ago, I set out to make a personal change in my life. I wanted to strengthen my relationship with my Heavenly Father and ultimately, become a better disciple of Jesus Christ. I described my goals for this semester as this: “I want to learn about and improve on my believing of Christ’s Atonement and how it applies to me personally. I want to not only believe in Christ’s identity but also in His power to cleanse and to purify and to save. I also want to…

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    This research paper will discern this authors analysis concerning the role of the Holy Spirit in the Gospel of John. A review of the “disciple whom Jesus loved” (John 13:23) notable beliefs concerning the Holy Spirit will be examined and reviewed in accordance with the literary and cultural context of the Gospel. In addition, the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament, a more extensive review of the Gospel will be investigated as well as an assortment of Bible commentaries, theology and various…

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    speak” (Mark 7: 37) portrays Jesus’ ability to heal people who are suffering in life, just as a priest does to those who are sick and receiving the sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. Jesus’ healing power that he possesses and puts to use in these gospel verses by Mark is an example of how God sent his son to help save people from the hardships that they may have been suffering from in their lives. Today, priests are there for us if we are ever in a state of extreme danger or sickness, just…

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    Revelation 1: 1-20 Summary

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    Revelation 1:1-20 introduces John, a witness of the word of God through Jesus Christ. God gave Jesus Christ a revelation of the things that must happen soon. Jesus Christ sent an angel to his servant John, where he then reveals of all he has seen. John reveals that those who listen and obey are blessed, for the time for God to come is near. This sections serves as an introduction to the mysteries that are about to be revealed through John. It also demonstrates that although John is the writer,…

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    Jesus Identity Meaning

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    first statement is within John 6, particularly verses 35, 48 and 51. Jesus proclaims that he is the bread of life that came down from heaven. The context of this statement is that Jesus had previously feed bread or manna to the thousands of people. He references this event saying that he is that which they all crave. The hunger may be referring to the state of sin that humans had lived in before they were satisfied by Jesus. The second “I am” statement is recorded in John 8:12 where he claims…

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    loved them. Thus, both the old and new commandment mentioned in 1 John 2:7-8 focus on this love for others. To place this commandment in its historical context, let us examine the likely audience of 1 John. The speaker of this passage was an elder in an early Johannine Christian community. This group of people came from the Jewish tradition and lived in a community focused on the teachings of Jesus Christ. As the Elder explains in 1 John 2:6, those who claim to follow Jesus must live as Jesus…

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    There are many types of religions in the world, all in which different cultures believe in. It is one thing to be raised and taught to believe in a “God” but it is an other thing when that “God” is proven real. Many people believe in a “higher power” but do not want to classify that “higher power” so that it does not change their lifestyle or their behaviour. Humans like to be comfortable in their own skin, with their own beliefs, therefore, they will try and convince themselves in what they…

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    over the words until they truly understand the text. Reading 1 john does exactly that. 1 John seems to be a short book of the Bible, but it is filled with so many lessons that one must take time to analyze each chapter individually to uncover the message. Within this paper, I broke down the chapters into sections of the paper and discussed the messages of the chapter in greater detail. 1 John 1—Jesus Christ in the flesh Throughout 1 John chapter one, it is understood…

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