The Glory of Christ
The Glory of Christ
John 1:14
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Sunday Morning Service,  November 1, 2015

In the Jewish Scriptures (our Old Testament), “glory” referred to something heavy, or weighty in significance; something that would cause a person to stand back in awe and wonder. In his Gospel, the apostle John directs our attention to the glory of Christ. What is it about Jesus Christ which caused John to declare, “We beheld his glory”?

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