The Fifth Sign
The Fifth Sign
John 6:1-21
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Sunday School,  June 1, 2014

In the Gospel of John, we have been centering our attention on the signs or miracles that were performed by our Lord during His earthly ministry. These signs not only validated His deity but they are recorded so that we might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing ye might have life through His name (John 20:31). We must keep in mind that a miracle is merely the result of God doing something in a way He does not ordinarily do them. This fifth sign is considered by some as Christ's greatest miracle because of the number of witnesses that saw it firsthand. Following the miracle, the people wanted to make Christ their king. As Christians, we ought to give Him His rightful place in our lives - King, Lord, God and Savior.

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