What do you say about yourself? John 1:21-23

As you may have heard when I was the momentary leader of the Tuesday Bible study, I am not in a race and I will get through when I get through.

A voice in the wilderness

The Apostle John is trying to convey who this Jesus was, not that they did not know for he was writing to believers – Jewish believers, converts. These converts, especially on John’s part, were not asked to leave the richness and fullness of Judaism, but were shown how much richer it is knowing that the Messiah was no longer awaited, but here now in spirit; just as he had promised. The converts had the evidence of their lives filled with the power of the Holy Spirit to prove that this was all true.

Saint John the Baptist and the Pharisees Saint John the Baptist and the Pharisees (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Sadly, not everyone believes your words and other methods must be used to convince them; such was the case with a man named Saul. We eventually come to know him as the Apostle Paul.

John the Baptist, the cousin of Jesus, is at least six months older…

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