In the second chapter of John, Jesus preform His first sign, it was the turning of the water into wine (John 2:1-11). This sign was a demonstration of the Power of Christ. During the time of this sign Jesus, and His disciples were attending a wedding in Galilee. When Jesus arrived his mother Mary w...
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...l, and resurrection. After Jesus rose, He appeared to the disciples while they were fishing. The disciples has reached a drought, and they were not catching any fish. Then Jesus appeared to them, and gave them instruction. “Cast the net on the right-hand side of the boat and you will find a catch (21:6). Once the disciples obey the instructions, they had catch some many fish that filled their nets. “This sign shows His creative, omnipotent, and omniscience power.
The Gospel of John, is a prolific book. Throughout the book, it shown that Jesus is the Son of God, and that He and the Father are one. Sign after sign, Jesus shows His overall power over mankind, operates outside of time and space, and His power over the world. Although, Jesus has power over all, it is still in the instructions that He gives to obey. Through it all God glory is being manifested!
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