Our Lord Prays for His Own: Thoughts on John 17
Kregel Publications, 1 jun. 1985 - 480 pagina's
Regarded as "the greatest classic ever written on Christ's high priestly prayer for His people." --Cyril J. Barber
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Evidently the Lord spake so as to be heard, and the disciples listened. The Holy Ghost has provided that not one petition should be lost to the Church of God. We often find our Lord teaching His disciples to pray, and we read of Him ...
"These words spake Jesus"; the reference evidently is to His foregoing discourse, and not to the prayer He was about to utter. "These words spake Jesus." From the fourteenth chapter we have the record of them, words of life and joy; ...
Remember, as we study this chapter, how evidently we are caught that prayer is not intended to move the heart of God — no need for that. The Lord will have His people pray, in order that they may assure their own hearts, ...
He evidently opens His whole heart to His Father; His petitions are wonderful; first for Himself, and then for "those whom thou hast given me." As Aaron appeared before the Lord in the Holy Place, with the names, and circumstances, ...
The apostle evidently alludes to the occasion when, upon the Mount of Transfiguration, with Peter and James, he beheld the glory of the Mediator. III. The Lord Jesus here pleads with His Father to be reinstated in glory; even the glory ...
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This book is brilliantly written, doctrinally right, and insightful as any book ever proffered on the seventeenth chapter of John. Rainsford's "Our Lord Prays for His Own" is a true masterpiece of devotional and expository literatrue. It is a must read for any serious disciple of Jesus Christ. Volledige review lezen
Thine they were and Thou gavest them Me
Now they have known that all things whatsoever
them which Thou hast given me v 9
Now I am no more in the world but these are
Father keep through Thine own Name those whom
As Thou hast sent Me into the world even so have
And for their sakes I sanctify myself v 19
That they also might be sanctified v 19
Sanctified through the Truth v 19
Neither pray I for these alone but for them also
That they all may be one as Thou Father art
That they also may be one in us v 21
None of them is lost but the son of perdition that
And now come I to Thee v 13
These things I seek in the world that they might
hated them v 14
am not of the world v 14
world v 15
But that Thou shouldest keep them from the evil
They are not of the world even as I am not of
That the world may believe that Thou hast sent
The glory which Thou gavest Me I have given
perfect in one v 23
Father I will that they also be with Me where I
O Righteous Father the world hath not known
And I have declared unto them Thy Name and will
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