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The opening of John’s Gospel declares to us that “the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” Then later in verse 14 we’re told that this same Word “became flesh and dwelt among us.” So why did John refer to Jesus as “the Word,” and what Old Testament themes and concepts was he alluding to? Over the next few programs we’ll be summarizing many of the important issues that we’ve addressed in our year-long series through the Gospel of John. On this program we’ll be focusing on Jesus’ identity as the incarnate Word.
Adriel Sanchez: …You go back to Isaiah, chapter 40, “Comfort my people,” says the Lord. “Cry to her that her warfare is ended, that her iniquity is pardoned, and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed.” I mean, this is what was promised—that God is going to reveal his glory. He’s going to forgive our sins. And so, for John to say, “And the word...
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