Trinity Talk (Page 3)

3 John | Love And Truth

The Apostle John sends a short letter (3 John) to a Christian named Gaius. Not much more is known. We don’t know when the letter was written, who Gaius was, or where he lived. John doesn’t give us much detail. In fact, he intentionally leaves out much detail stating in verse 13 that he had…

John 20 | Real Life

Now Jesus did many other signs in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book; but these are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name. I have a friend that loves to use the phrase, “Real life”, when…

John 10 | The Good Shepherd

I don’t believe there is any description of Jesus Christ that is more beautiful than that of the Good Shepherd. Of course, the idea of our Savior being a shepherd is not new. The twenty-third Psalm is probably the best-known passage in all of Scripture. In it, David describes our Lord and Savior caring for…

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King of Things or King of Kings

Anyone who even perused John’s Gospel will realize how different it is from the other three that precede it. The first three Gospels view Jesus’ life and ministry from a similar perspective. For that reason, they are often referred to as ‘Synoptic’ Gospels; a word derived from two Greek words meaning ‘to view’ and ‘together.’…