What Did Jesus Say?

Morning Service
Sep 17, 2023

Throughout the Gospels, Jesus makes pronouncements that begin with the word “Truly”—but only in the Gospel of John does He use the word in repetition. Alistair Begg reminds us that Jesus’ “Truly, truly” declarations must be understood in view of the overarching purpose of John’s Gospel and in the context of the preceding verses. John’s account of Jesus, which begins with eternity past, gives heaven-sent evidence so that we may believe He truly is the Son of Man, the one who invites us to “come and see” and to trust Him for eternal life.
Topics: Jesus Christ, God's Word

John 1:43-51


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