I’m thrilled to invite you to the latest message in our captivating new series, “The Power of Oneness: Savoring Your Union with Jesus Christ.” Here, we delve into the profound truths found in John 17, where Jesus passionately prayed for you to be one with Him.
In a world that often pulls us in different directions, you’ll be reminded that you are not of this world. You’re set apart, called to live in the fullness of your identity in Christ. We’ll also unravel the true meaning of sanctification, a term often misunderstood in the religious world.
So, immerse yourself in the heart of Jesus’ prayer in John 17, where He passionately pleaded for your oneness with Him. Embrace the joy and peace that flow from knowing you’re never alone, as Christ Himself dwells in you.
My heart is that you’ll celebrate the incredible truth that you are a precious gift from God to Jesus. You are deeply loved, cherished, and valued by Him. Allow this truth to permeate your being, empowering you to live a life that reflects the immeasurable love God poured into your heart.
Join me as we delve into these life-changing revelations. Watch this latest message on John 17 and embark on a journey of discovering the power of oneness in Christ.
This series is sure to ignite a renewed passion for your union with Jesus Christ and inspire you to live from God’s radiant love and grace.
Questions for John 17:14-26:
- Read verses 14-16. What does it mean to you to be “not of the world”?
- Read verses 17-19. What does “sanctify” mean? How does believing the truth factor into it?
- Read verses 20-21. How do we know this prayer includes us? What specifically is Jesus asking for on your behalf? How was His prayer answered?
- Read verse 22 and react to this statement: Jesus gave you His glory.
- Read verse 23. How loved are you?
- How was verse 24 answered through the Gospel? (Hint: See Ephesians 2:6, for example.)
- Reflect again on verse 24. Have you ever thought about the powerful truth that you’re a gift from God the Father to Jesus? What does this mean to you?
- Read verses 25-26 and react to this statement: Christ is literally in you, and God’s love has been poured within you.