Three Types of Disciples by Jesse Hendley

Three Types of Disciples
Jesse M. Hendley
John 13

Now in this chapter we have three types of disciples. First, the Disciple walking in darkness and lost represented by Judas Iscariot. The second disciple saved but walking in partial darkness and blundering represented by Peter and third, the disciple walking in full light and love, John.

In John 13 we read, "Now before the feast of the Passover and JESUS knew that His hour was come, that He should depart out of this world unto the Father, having loved His own which were in the world, He loved them unto the end."

Jesus In Eternity---God

The LOVE of the Lord Jesus Christ! That is why He came into the world. We read in the beginning of John's Gospel, "In the beginning was the word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." Jesus here is called "The Word," and He was in the beginning with God and was God. "All things were made by Him, and apart from Him was not anything made that was made."

Jesus Came Down To Us

Then in verse 14 of chapter 1 we read that the Word comes into the world. "And the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth." GOD became FLESH. Here is God. Here Is Jesus, Who is God. He is the Son of God. He is with God. He is in heaven. Happiness is there. There is no sorrow, no tears, no sin. Everything is beautiful and wonderful and precious. It is paradise. But He leaves heaven and His Father, and He comes to be born into this world. The God Who MADE Mary, the God Who made every human being, the God Who made the universe, came down to earth to live in a body of flesh. GOD was born into this world as a human being.

Jesus Loves Us

Why? He did it, friends, `because He loves us! He loves us. He loves His own with a special love but He did this because He loves every human being in the world. "This is the True Light that illuminates every man coming into the world." Every ...

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