By Charles Duke Yonge; Henry Drisler
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When they saw Jesus walking among the crowds the next day, Andrew and John followed Him, at first from a distance. After a few moments, Jesus stopped and confronted them. ” Andrew, spoke up. ” Soon it would be dark, Jesus, Andrew, and John settled around a simple meal. ” Andrew believed the Jews would acknowledge their Deliverer and follow Him. John pointed out that more than a thousand men had been present that day at the river; they could have formed the nucleus of a formidable army.
Lord, I will read and study Your Word each day. 50 Chapter 5 THE GOSPEL OF JOHN John 1:1-18 T he first three Gospels—Matthew, Mark, and Luke—tell the human side of the birth of Jesus because Jesus was totally human. The Gospel of John tells the divine side of Jesus coming into the world because Jesus was totally God. Lord, I worship Jesus Who is from the beginning; Jesus is the Word Who tells me All that You are. Jesus, the Word, was face to face with You throughout eternity Because Jesus is God.
There was a faint light in the east when Joseph led Mary out to the donkey. He helped her up, then brought her the bundled child. He threw two sacks filled with gold, frankincense, and myrrh over the animal that was their “money” to pay for the trip. By the time they made their way out of Bethlehem, the light was beginning to reveal the road ahead. 43 P R AY I N G T H E G O S P E L S A few miles out of Bethlehem the donkey refused to go any farther. The donkey jerked his head angrily against Joseph’s direction.
An English-Greek lexicon by Charles Duke Yonge; Henry Drisler