Lord, To Whom Shall We Go? – John 6:60-69

If YouTube existed in Jesus’ time, this Gospel would be in a compilation titled “Jesus’ Epic Fails” and included with it would be Jesus’ arrest, His prosecution, His crucifixion & death, and then the martyring of almost all of His disciples.

In this Gospel many of Jesus’ followers leave him. They walk away. They decide that what he has to say is too difficult to understand and frankly, kind of nutty, and so they go. Peter speaks for the one’s who are left and says to Jesus “To whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.”

Eternal life. Sainthood. Click and listen to God’s loving call to each of us: Eternal Life through his Son, Jesus Christ.

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1 Response to Lord, To Whom Shall We Go? – John 6:60-69

  1. Tom Edwards says:

    Personal to Michael Sparough:

    Hello, Michael.

    Something (Someone?) urges me to reach across the years to say “Hello.”

    Glad you are doing well.

    Tom Skrabak from JSTC

    (with a new name by marriage: Tom J. S. Edwards)

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