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John 20:17

John 20:17

In Proverbs we are advised that: those that seek Me early will find Me, and what a beautiful example is Mary, who went to seek Jesus so early in the morning, while it was still dark. And what ecstatic joy must have flooded her heart when Jesus spoke her name, and yet He told her tenderly but firmly, touch Me not for I am not yet ascended to the Father...

Throughout Old Testament times the first sheaf read more...

John 20:21

John 20:21

Just as the transfiguration was a tiny preview into the coming earthly kingdom, when Christ would rule and reign as King of kings and Lord of lords.. so the things that Christ said to His followers and the things that Christ did with His disciples following His resurrection.. was also a tiny foretaste of the coming Church dispensation, when believers not only have peace with God - by grace through faith in His death, burial and resurrection, but read more...

John 20:28

John 20:28

The development of the disciple's faith in Jesus, as their God and their Saviour, can be traced from the time of John the Baptist, to the final chapters of John's apocalypses. For the three years of Christ's own ministry we see evidence of little seeds of faith, taking root, growing and blossoming into a firm foundation of unshakable faith.

It was revealed to Peter, that Jesus was the Christ, the Son of the living God.. and the read more...

John 20:29

John 20:29

This disciple of Jesus believed in the risen Lord Jesus Christ and worshipped Him as 'my Lord and my God' - but only after he had seen that Jesus was alive from the dead. Thomas believed in the Lord Jesus Christ because he saw Him with his own eyes and worshipped Him when He came and stood among His followers in the upper room that day. But the Lord Jesus gently scolded this chosen apostle with the words: 'because you have seen Me, you have read more...

John 20:31

John 20:31

We are exhorted by Christ's apostles to live by faith and not by sight. We are charged to believe on the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation and we are counselled to believe on the One Whom God sent into the world to be the propitiation for our sins.

It is by God's grace that the Father gave His only begotten Son to pay the ransom price for our sin.. and it is by faith in His finished work on Calvary's cross, that Salvation:- the read more...