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This article the last in a three-part article: Come and See based on the passage John 1:35-42 So in the passage, Jesus utters the famous words: “Come and See”. They weren’t enthralled because He had a nice home, or because Jesus was a good philosopher, or because He said good jokes, or because He promised them a good job. They had met someone who penetrated their deep hearts, who had an answer for their deepest longing, their...
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This article the second of a three-part article: Come and See based on the passage John 1:35-42   When we wish to find out more about a person, our first impulse is to look them up on social media; to find out what they like, who their friends are, where they work and where they go on holiday. But to really get to know the person, we need to meet them face to face and spend...
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When was the last time someone enthusiastically told you to ‘Come and See’ something? What can be so new and exciting? These words are heard at the beginning of John’s Gospel. They are an invitation, an appointment none of us would want to miss. Read: John 1:35-42   The Lamb of God In this passage once again John the Baptist appears. He is sending an indirect invitation to all of us: ‘Look, See the Lamb of...
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 1.  A New Experience of God’s Love Because of the Lord's great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail.  They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness (Lam 3:23).   2.  New Joy He put a new song in my mouth, a hymn of praise to our God. Many will see and fear and put their trust in the LORD.   Blessed is the man who makes the LORD his trust, who does not look to the...
St Augustine called Bethlehem 'the holiest spot on earth'. It was on this spot, that just like all babies do at their birth, God first cried. But in this cry was also the cry of the Son of God who in unfathomable humility became a man so we would hear the cry of the Father's heart more clearly: “I love you and I want to save you from your sins and...