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Again, the next day, John stood with two of his disciples, and looking at Jesus as he walked, he said, Behold the Lamb of God! The two disciples heard him speak, and they followed Jesus.
John 1:35-37

Thoughts on the Gospel of John (13)
It would do us good, if we took the time regularly in our daily life to contemplate the Person and life of Jesus, observing carefully and prayerfully how beauty and excellence, friendliness and warmth, kindness and gentleness, holiness and love marked every step of His pathway through this world of sin and sorrow. It would affect our relationship to Him, just as John exclaimed: “Behold the Lamb of God!” We should feel drawn to this wonderful Person and hardly be able to retain our impressions for ourselves.

This time John said little about Jesus – less than the previous time, when he added: “who takes away the sin of the world” (v. 29).When we witness for Jesus, our Saviour and Lord, it is not a matter of how extensively we speak of Him. Our love towards Him is the decisive thing. Nothing will convince our fellow citizens more than words that express our personal joy and affection.

It was so on this occasion. John’s two disciples were clearly so impressed by John’s statement that they changed their allegiance. From then on they followed Jesus. Did John regard them as deserters? Certainly not! He did not consider his own reputation to be important. His motto was: “No-one but Jesus only” (Matthew 17:8).

(to be continued next Sunday)

Today’s reading: 1 Chronicles 12:20-41 · Psalm 86:1-8





 


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