Tag Archives: John 3

Certifying that God is true

Certifying that God is true Devotions from Jefferson Vann # 2385 John 3:31-36 Joh 3:31 The one coming from above is over all things. The one being from the land is worldly and is speaking in worldly terms. The one … Continue reading

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when to diminish

When to diminish Devotions from Jefferson Vann # 2384 John 3:22-30 Joh 3:22 After these events happened, Jesus and his disciples went to the Judean region, where he spent time with them and was baptizing. Joh 3:23 John also is … Continue reading

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Coming to the light

Coming to the light Devotions from Jefferson Vann # 2383 John 3:16-21 Joh 3:16 Because God loved the world in this way: He gave his one and only Son, so that everyone believing in him will not be destroyed but … Continue reading

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Worldly things and supernatural things

Worldly things and supernatural things Devotions from Jefferson Vann # 2382 John 3:9-15 Joh 3:9 “How can these things be?” answered Nicodemus. Joh 3:10 “Are you a teacher of Israel and you don’t know these things?” Jesus replied. Joh 3:11 … Continue reading

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Given birth to from above

Given birth to from above Devotions from Jefferson Vann # 2381 John 3:1-8 Joh 3:1 There was a man from the Pharisees named Nicodemus, a leader of the Jews. Joh 3:2 This man came to him at night and said … Continue reading

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Jesus and the prophet

John 3:22-36.  The prophet John (the Baptist) understood his place in God’s plan for his generation.  He was the forerunner to the Messiah – the friend of the Bridegroom who rejoicerd to hear his voice.  Now it was time for … Continue reading

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Jesus and the teacher

John 3:1-21.  Jesus called Nicodemus “the teacher of Israel” (19).  That title reflected back on what Nicodemus had called him – a teacher come from God (2). At that point in his life, Nicodemus could be called a success. He … Continue reading

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