Week 1 | Day 1 – January 2nd
By Lane Luttrell

Read: John 1

Respond: John’s gospel begins with a simple message: Jesus is the Son of God. Jesus being with God in the beginning has enormous implications for how we view Him in the world. By calling Jesus “The Word” John is letting us know that the Savior of the World came living, breathing, and speaking. John is writing the story of Jesus and how Jesus came not as how we expected him to but how Jesus, God, and the Holy Spirit chose to reveal himself. The same is true in our lives today, He may not come how we want Him to, but He comes how Jesus, God, and the Holy Spirit choose to reveal themselves and the result is life-giving, God-breathed, and proves that Jesus is the Son of God.

Reflect: Who is Jesus in your life right now? Is He a teacher, a prophet , a nice guy… OR is He lifted up where he needs to be in your life? As the Messiah, the Son of God, the Savior of the (and your) World.

Take time to Pray

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Week 1 | Day 2 – January 3rd
By Adam Brewer

Read: John 2

Respond: Jesus is on full display here in chapter 2! In Vs. 1-11 we see the abundant generosity of Jesus and the miraculous powers that will serve as signs to his power throughout John’s gospel. We love this version of Jesus don’t we? He’s at a celebration, he’s helping the groom’s family when they’re in need, and he turns something average into something extravagant…what’s not to love? But then in Vs.12-25 we see another side of Jesus. He is turning over tables and making right what has gone wrong in the temple. Here we see Jesus demonstrating His power and authority. When I read this chapter as a whole, I’m reminded of just how beautifully dynamic Jesus is. He can’t be defined by any one characteristic, in the same way a sunset can’t be described by any one color. He’s simply beautiful!

Reflect: Mary does a lot of big things in scripture doesn’t she? I mean she traveled to Bethlehem and gave birth to Jesus! But for my money her most powerful teaching moment comes here at a wedding in Cana. “Do whatever He tells you,” she says to the servants. What a statement. How might our life be different if we just followed Mary’s simple instructions to do whatever Jesus calls us to do?

Take time to Pray

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Week 1 | Day 3 – January 4th
By Adam Brewer

Read: John 3

Respond: I love stories in the Gospel where we find Jesus one on one with someone. John seems to specialize in these encounters. Here we have Jesus and Nicodemus together at this seemingly secret evening meeting. Nicodemus seems hungry doesn’t he? He’s hungry for truth and hungry for answers. And that’s exactly what Jesus offers him, though he has trouble processing it at first. Jesus tells him that eternal life comes through God’s love in the giving of his one and only son. This must have been a head scratcher for Nicodemus. We see Nicodemus again in John 19 bringing spices for Jesus’ burial. He seems changed doesn’t he? Perhaps it has clicked, perhaps he’s beginning to fully believe that Jesus is exactly what he says He is… “The light that has come into the world.”

Reflect: As we see Nicodemus changed by the truth, it makes us consider how we ourselves have been changed by the truth. How has the truth of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection changed us?

Take time to Pray

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Week 1 | Day 4 – January 5th
By Ken McAlpin

Read: John 4

Respond: In John 4, Jesus is traveling from Judea to Galilee and he encounters a Samaritan woman at Jacob’s well in the Samaritan village of Sychar. Here we find Jesus teaching this woman one-on-one to believe, but it leads to many Samaritans to become believers. Here we also find a beautiful passage of worship, “a time is coming and has now come when the true worshipers will worship the Father in the Spirit and in truth, for they are the kind of worshipers the Father seeks. God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth.” I love the disciples interaction in this narrative. They come back from buying food and are afraid to ask Jesus what’s going on, and then they seem more confused as Jesus talks of the harvest. The chapter concludes with Jesus arriving in Galilee to perform his second miracle in Galilee, the healing of a royal official’s child.

Reflect: The disciples were hesitant to ask Jesus questions when they returned to the well, preferring to ask one another. How often are we hesitant to ask or lay our burdens at the Father’s feet; “who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, 21 to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen.” (Ephesians 3:20-21.)

Take time to Pray

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Week 1 | Day 5 – January 6th
By Lane Luttrell

Read: John 5

Respond: Jesus does more than ruffle a few feathers in this chapter, he lights a raging fire beneath those questioning him. He heals a man on the Sabbath [v.8], the holy day of rest, he shows his equality with God the Father [v.18], and he establishes how the Scriptures point directly to him [v.39]. That’s a lot in a day’s work. But the truth cannot be sugar-coated and we should be thankful it is not. For us today, we need the substantial, life-altering, world-shattering truth that Jesus is who he says he is so that he may be that in our lives so we can stop trying to be who he is. All we are to be are people bowing down and worshiping at his feet.

Reflect: How can your life, like the Scriptures, point directly to Jesus? Is there an area, a relationship, or a situation, you are in control of in which you can hand over and let Jesus take care of?

Take time to Pray

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Week 2 | Day 6 – January 9th
By Coleman Bevill

Read: John 6

Respond: John 6 tells us the story of Jesus feeding the 5,000 as well as Jesus walking on the water. People had been following Jesus all around watching and benefiting from the signs and miracles he was doing. Jesus did these miracles to show them that He was the Son of God; to help them believe just like we believe! But to these people, Jesus’ miracles were only worth face value. The bread that Jesus miraculously gave them was just regular bread, but He was trying to show and offer them the Bread of Life! The bread that fills us forever and grants us eternal life in God’s glory. The disciples in the story who left Jesus were too focused on what Jesus would give them in the short term. We need to be careful to make sure that we want Jesus for who He is, not just what he gives us.

Reflect: Are you focused more on what Jesus does for you in the short term, the physical world, or are you following him because of who He is, the Son of God?

Take time to Pray: Today focus your prayers on welcoming God into your life, not just because of the blessings he brings, but simply because of who He is.

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Week 2 | Day 7 – January 10th
By Tony Harris

Read: John 7

Respond: With the Festival of Tabernacles well underway, Jesus discreetly arrives and begins teaching in the temple. John 7 reveals a critical time in Jesus’ travels. His discreet arrival turns into a very public and heated debate centered around the question “who is this man?”. Many believed him, some doubted, and the chief priests were continuing their attempt to silence Jesus for his claims of being the Messiah. Jesus continues his teaching, “let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink” alluding to the Spirit that believers would later receive. The Pharisees become restless and angry as they learn some among them may believe THIS IS THE MESSIAH.

Reflect: Like Jesus, we sometimes seem to be standing in a battlefield and the enemy is closing in rapidly. Jesus stood his ground during the festival, the enemy tossing disbelief and discord from all sides. Give your battles to Jesus, Exodus 14:14 says The Lord will fight for you, you need only to be still.

Take time to Pray: Today, spend time praying for God to make clear or reveal where He is, or where He has been present in your life. Thank Him for the reviving power of His presence.

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Week 2 | Day 8 – January 11th
By David Handwork

Read: John 8

Respond: “All the people came to him, and he sat down and taught them.” The scene of John 7 and 8 is the Feast of Booths in the fall of Jesus’ last year of His ministry. This Jewish feast is one of the mass pilgrimages to Jerusalem, bringing many thousands, possibly hundreds of thousands of faithful Jews to the temple. Jesus loved and came to teach the masses, and displayed individualized love and mercy for the condemned woman caught in adultery. He provocatively announced He was THE light of the world, not of this world, THE truth that sets captives free, and “..before Abraham was, I am.” Many listened and believed, yet the hardened hearted did not, even to the point to use and stone an unvalued and marginalized woman as a pawn to trap Jesus.

Reflect: Most of us can relate to the persons of John 8. Who do you resonate with in your discipleship walk? One of the masses who hears Jesus, but returns to your daily norms unimpacted? The culturally marginalized woman? Those who listened, believed and shined His light? The Pharisees? Whoever, Jesus loves you to the point of coming to you with mercy, grace, truth and light.

Take time to Pray: Let this be your simple yet constant prayer today, “Jesus….make me hungry for you.” May our prayers throughout the day create an overwhelming desire for the Lord!

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Week 2 | Day 9 – January 12th
By Abbey Cartwright

Read: John 9

Respond: Encountering Jesus changes us. Having a relationship with Him opens our eyes. Meeting Jesus face-to-face validates our beliefs. Sometimes, we can get so caught up in the routine of going to church, serving in church/the community, even memorizing Scripture, that we forget what it means to encounter Jesus—to encounter the one, true Living God. To truly meet Him face-to-face. Often times, we are blinded to those moments of encountering the Lord. We are too distracted. Too fatigued. Too focused on ourselves. However, when you and I do encounter Jesus, things are brought into a different perspective. Think back to the blind man in John 9.

When he encountered Jesus,
His life changed.
His vision was restored.
His story inspired belief.

Reflect: For just a few moments, think back to a special time in your life when you felt close to Jesus–when you encountered Him in a memorable way. Where were you? What was going on around you? How did you feel? What did God reveal to you? Sit in that moment.

Now shift your thoughts to today. How will you seek to encounter Jesus today? Like the blind man, may we be a changed people. May we have new eyes to see. May we believe.

Take time to Pray: Today, this is our prayer, “Jesus open my eyes.” Pray the Lord show you His goodness, Pray he opens our eyes to areas in need of repentance, and pray he opens our eyes to where He is leading us and His church.

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Week 2 | Day 10 – January 13th
By Denton Kernodle

Read: John 10

Respond: In this John 10 passage Jesus compares himself to a shepherd. In this analogy Jesus is our shepherd are we are the sheep. The sheep know the voice of the shepherd and goes wherever he leads, because he has been faithful in the past and they know that he will lead in the right direction. Jesus has been faithful to us, leading where we should go. He so wanted us to trust him that he gave his very life to redeem us, hoping that His sacrifice would be proof of his love for us. Jesus’ intent was that we would follow Him by giving our lives to service in Him.

Reflect: If we follow Jesus’ voice like a sheep follows the shepherd’s voice, then we keep all of his commandments…especially the hard ones, the ones we do not like. Can we be Jesus’ sheep if we hear Him call and go in another direction?

Take time to Pray: Yesterday we prayed for God to open our eyes. Today our collective prayer is this, “Jesus, make me attentive to your call.” May our prayers today block out the noise and distraction so we can hear Him more clearly.

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Week 3 | Day 11 – January 16th
By Ray Winters

Read: John 11

Respond: So much could be drawn out of this chapter! Here’s what I’m wanting us to consider. Verse 5 says “Now Jesus loved Martha, Mary and Lazarus”. Short but powerful passage. I can infer from this that those 3 were Jesus’ friends. What a privilege – to be known as a friend of Jesus; to be one He was comfortable with, one he shared experiences, concerns, joys with. In other words, one He shared life with. How blessed they were!

Reflect: I wonder – do we realize Jesus invites us to be His friend? And do we want Him to be a true friend or just an acquaintance? I think it’s up to us . . . .

Take time to Pray: Each prayer this week is short but powerful. Try repeating it throughout your day, practicing constantly calling your mind and heart back to God. “Father, align MY heart with YOUR heart”

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Week 3 | Day 12 – January 17th
By Bob Reddell

Read: John 12

Respond:Here we see Jesus’ heart for the pattern of true relationships and love. Jesus shows us that God was calling him to lay down his life so his followers could join him in glory. Sacrifice is never easy, but despite his disciples’ lack of courage and faithfulness during his last hours, Jesus truly believed that his sacrifice would bring the best out in them, and then also lead them to share his grace and glory with many others. It should do the same for us! The very fact that we are thinking of Jesus today is proof that he was correct about his powerful impact on them and others that came after them. And when our lives are over, God the Father, Lord of the entire universe, will honor all who have served his Son and blessed others in Jesus’ name! Unbelievable? No, just another example of God’s incredible grace!

Reflect: Who is Jesus to me today? What can I do today to share his grace and love with someone yet unknown to me … this day?

Take time to Pray: “Father, align MY will with YOUR will”

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Week 3 | Day 13 – January 18th
By Adam Brewer

Read: John 13

Respond: What a jam packed chapter this one is! Jesus washes the disciples’ feet, predicts his betrayal, Judas’ heart hardens and he storms out, and Jesus has a tough encounter with Peter. There’s so much here that I honestly don’t know where to begin. So for the sake of brevity let me give you my two biggest takeaways to think on. First, let’s look at Jesus washing the feet. What a scene it is when Jesus takes on the posture of a servant. He’s doing a job that no one else wanted, and he’s taking on a role that humbles him far below where he rightfully belongs. But isn’t that just what Jesus does? He steps into our world and our lives and he takes on the sin and the punishment that we deserve. As Paul reminds us in Philippians 2:8, “he humbled himself by becoming obedient to death.” The second thing that strikes me is this…. Jesus shows love, even when he knows he’ll soon be betrayed. How difficult it must have been to break bread with those you know will abandon you. How hard it would have been to wash the feet that will soon storm off and turn you over to be killed. What an incredible love we see Jesus exemplifying. Finally the chapter closes with Jesus calling us to live out this difficult love. “As i have loved you, so you must love one another.”

Reflect: Jesus says that the mark of a disciple is love. This is how the world knows that we’re followers of Jesus. How this week have you loved in such a way that your allegiance to Jesus is undeniable? If nothing comes to mind……it’s time to wrap the towel around your waist, humble yourself and start loving!

Take time to Pray: “Lord, reveal where you are MOVING so we can FOLLOW”

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Week 3 | Day 14 – January 19th
By Rick Fielder

Read: John 14

Respond: In these verses Jesus is speaking to his disciples. They have questions about the Father and what is about to happen. In answer to their questions he gently explains to them that he is the only way to the Father, and the key to the Father’s love is to accept Jesus and obey his teachings.
Because He knows he is getting ready to leave them, he wants to share some Good News with them. He wants them to know that he is going to prepare a place for them and that he will come back and take them to be with him. He says to them, “I will not leave you alone, but will send an advocate, the Holy Spirit, who will teach you all things and will remind you of everything that I have said to you.”
He says to them, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.”
He leaves with them a greater gift than the world has to offer — not riches, fame, or power, but the gift of peace.
Jesus made several promises to his disciples in these verses.
He is preparing a place for them; he will come back to get them to go be with him; he has given them the Holy Spirit; he has given them peace.
These same promises are ours today.
We still have questions, and the world is filled with strife and turmoil, but Jesus is the Prince of Peace. His peace surpasses all understanding. With the Holy Spirit living in us we can fear less and trust more knowing that God is with us.

Reflect: In the world that we live in today everyone is constantly seeking peace in their lives. There are many places that people search for this, mostly in worldly things. What is the only source of lasting peace in our lives?

Take time to Pray: “Father, soften MY heart to YOUR word and instruction”

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Week 3 | Day 15 – January 20th
By Carl Woodham

Read: John 15

Respond: After the Last Supper and in the heart of Jesus’ final teaching, He reminded his disciples who he was, how to bear fruit, and how to love. “I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.” As the vine, Jesus is the sole source and giver of eternal life. As a branch, you abide in Jesus. We must stay connected to Him. He gives obedience as one of the ways of remaining in his love. He explains that love and obedience are intertwined. Through love and obedience we will bear much fruit. This glorifies the Father. He commanded His disciples to love one another and warned them of the persecution they would experience because of their association with Him. Jesus does not assure us that we will have a smooth life; on the contrary, he prepares us for the inevitable hardships we will encounter on our journey of faith. But once again, Jesus offers hope. The Holy Spirit gives us strength to endure.

Reflect: In every vineyard there’s opportunity to be discouraged. It would be easy, with all the negative things in our lives, to become discouraged in the vineyard that John talks about. Wouldn’t you like to bear much fruit, make disciples and not worry if you’ve got the right tools, the right gifts, the right time, or right calling? Consider living out the “fruits of the Spirit” from Galatians 5:22-23 … love, joy, peace, patience, gentleness, kindness, faithfulness, goodness, and self-control. When Jesus gave a basic, single command, he said, “Love one another” That happens to be the first fruit of the Spirit. Think on these things as we go about our daily walks of life.

Take time to Pray: “Jesus, I desire to remain in YOU, as you remain in ME”

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Week 4 | Day 16 – January 23rd
By Jim Kellett

Read: John 16

Respond: In chapter 16, Jesus could have easily said: I’ve got good news and bad news.
The bad news is – the world hates me and because you love me and are obedient to me, the world is going to hate you also.  Additionally, I’m going to be leaving you.  However, the good news is – it’s best that I go away because then the Advocate (i.e. Counselor, Helper, Spirit) will come and He will be with you always.  He will convict the world of sin, of God’s righteousness and His judgment.  He will be God’s Spirit of truth.
More bad news is – in a little while you won’t be seeing me anymore.  And it will be painful.  You will weep and mourn and grieve.  The good news is – just like a woman who labors and delivers a child, once the child is placed in her arms, the pain is forgotten and she is consumed with joy; your mourning, too, will also be turned into joy.
Another piece of bad news is – In this world you will have trouble:  many, many trials and sorrows.  But the best good news of all is – In Me, you will have peace and you should take heart (have faith) because I have overcome the world!!!

Reflect: Jesus has given us glimpses of the Advocate and how He will help us (i.e. lead us to truth, teaches us everything, reminds us of Jesus’ teachings, convicts the world of sin….and so much more) and He has given us an amazing promise of His peace when this world brings us trouble.

Take time to Pray: Simply thank God for giving us His Helper and His peace as we face the troubles of this world.

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Week 4 | Day 17 – January 24th
By Charles Griffin

Read: John 17

Respond: In previous chapters we read the very pointed and challenging words that Jesus spoke to his disciples. Now, He begins to pray a very personal conversation with the Father. Jesus begins his prayer with an acknowledgment that his “hour had come” and that He had done all that the Father planned for him to do up to this crucial time. 
   Jesus knew He was facing death on a cross but, at this stressful time, He prays for his disciples. He had passed on the message the Father had given him and He prays that the Father will protect them from the “evil one.” And, Jesus prays for us!  “I am praying not only for these disciples but also for all who will ever believe in me through their message.” He prays that they, and we, will be ONE just as He and the Father are ONE. 
   Please consider how joyous our lives could be if we lived them according to God’s schedule and plan. Consider what we could accomplish in God’s Kingdom if we were continually thinking about and praying for others. What could we accomplish if we all focused as ONE on God’s message that he delivered to us through Jesus and his disciples. 

Reflect: What do we learn about Jesus in this chapter?
What priorities does Jesus give us for a joy filled and successful life?

Take time to Pray: Pray as Jesus prayed in this chapter – for yourself and then for all believers especially that God will protect us from the evil one.

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Week 4 | Day 18 – January 25th
Adam Brewer

Read: John 18

Respond: One of my favorite things about John’s account of Jesus’ life and ministry is the way he conveys Jesus’ control in every situation. Imagine that you knew nothing of the story of Jesus, and John’s gospel is your first encounter. As you read through each interaction that Jesus has with Pharisees, teachers of the law, soldiers, and even his own apostle (Judas) you find that there are so many people who are out to get Him. Yet even through arrests and betrayal, Jesus proves to be in complete control of every situation. In John 13:27 Jesus tells Judas, “what you’re about to do, do quickly.” Judas has done it, he sold Jesus out, and now the guards come bearing swords and torches, and still Jesus is in complete control. V. 4 Jesus says, “Who is it you want?”, and when they say it’s Him, He responds “I am he.” Something incredible happens as he says it; the guards all fall to the ground. This is Jesus’ moment to escape; His power has at a word thrown his captors to the ground. He stands there in complete control, and asks again “who is it you want?” John continues to unfold the scene. Peter in a fury pulls his sword and begins to fight; chaos seems to be breaking loose in the garden. All the while Jesus is calm….Jesus is in control. As John continues to tell the story we’ll see that Jesus never waivers in this characteristic, he’s fully in control. He’s in control all the way to the cross, and He’s even in control at the point of His own death. You’ll get there in a few days, but it’s too exciting not to share and celebrate today. After three days in the tomb, He rose again and guess what…… He’s still in control. Jesus is no victim, Jesus is no recipient of poor circumstance, Jesus is in control. Jesus is focused, determined, and set on redemption. He’s always been in control….And He still is today!

Reflect: We love control don’t we? But where has it gotten us? Likely nowhere good. Where in my life do I need to relinquish control over to Jesus?

Take time to Pray: Father, I hold tightly to the reins of control. Loosen my grip today.

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Week 4 | Day 19 – January 26th
By Anonymous

Read: John 19

Respond: It’s very difficult to “respond” to this chapter and do it justice so I read the chapter several times as if I was there – watching and listening.  Write your own “eye witness” account; this is mine:

  • I watched Jesus be flogged (beat with a whip or stick as punishment or torture) by Pilate’s orders. Then the soldiers made a crown of thorns and shoved it on his head.  They put a purple robe on him and they kept taunting him yelling “hail, king of the Jews!” And then they hit him in the face.
  • It was so loud I could hardly think as they were yelling Crucify!  Crucify!  I felt a brief moment of hope when Pilate said he found no fault in him. That inflamed the Jews but Pilate kept trying to set Jesus free.  The Jews were crazy with rage.  Until finally, Pilate handed him over to the Jews to be crucified and my heart sank.
  • I walked nearby and watched Jesus struggle to carry his own cross to Golgotha. They crucified him (put someone to death by nailing or binding them to a cross) with two others – one on each side.  Pilate had a sign fastened to Jesus’ cross:  JESUS OF NAZARETH, THE KING OF THE JEWS.  The Jews tried to get him to change the wording to “he said he was king of the Jews” but Pilate held his ground and made them leave the sign alone.
  • They took Jesus’ clothes off of him and started dividing them amongst themselves.  Poor Jesus just hung there practically naked.  And then he looked down and saw his mother and it broke my heart as he told her goodbye and asked his dear friend John to take care of her.
  • As time went on Jesus finally said:  “I am thirsty” and they put a sponge soaked with wine vinegar on a stick and lifted it to Jesus’ lips.  He received the drink then I strained to hear him say:  “It is finished.”  I bowed my head when he bowed his head.  And I cried.
  • The soldiers were trying to speed up the deaths of those being crucified because of the Sabbath so they broke the legs of the other two guys but Jesus was already dead.  One of the soldiers then took his spear and cut Jesus’ side.  Blood and water immediately poured out from his side.
  • Stunned, I kept standing there at the cross and eventually Joseph and Nicodemus came and got Jesus’ body after getting permission from Pilate.  I followed them to a nearby garden that had a brand new tomb.  They gently prepared Jesus’ body with spices and strips of linen and they laid Jesus there in the tomb where no one had ever laid.

Reflect: Did you use all your senses when you read?  Did you hear the yelling, the crying, the pounding of the nails?  Did you smell the sweat of the soldiers and the spices used to prepare Jesus’ dead body for burial?  Did you taste the tears that ran into your mouth?

Take time to Pray: Thank Jesus for his sacrifice and gift of salvation – even though this is one of those times when a “thank you” does not seem adequate.

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Week 4 | Day 20 – January 27th
By Emily Cochran

Read: John 20

Respond: This chapter begins on a Sunday morning, after days of silence following the burial of Jesus. There’s a lot to unpack about the empty tomb and all of the emotions that are portrayed through the disciples and Mary Magdalene. But skip to the second part of this chapter, the part about Thomas. It’s important to remember that Thomas was not present when Jesus was raised from the dead and appeared to the rest of the disciples. We often refer to him as doubting Thomas… I don’t know about you, but when I read this passage, I get a little uncomfortable about how closely I can relate to him and the doubt he feels when he hears this news from the disciples. In verse 25, Thomas says (paraphrasing), “I hear you, but I’ll believe it when I see it.” I think I would’ve done the exact same thing! Then it isn’t until eight days later that Thomas finally gets to see Jesus in the flesh. Jesus gives Thomas the exact proof he was looking for. And with that proof, he believes. Sometimes in my life, I want God’s glory and truth to be displayed with undeniable evidence, or on giant billboards or in letters addressed directly to me, but that isn’t always Jesus’ style. As it’s said in Hebrews 11, “faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we cannot see.” Jesus calls us to trust in Him so deeply that we do not need visible proof to believe.

Reflect: “Don’t be faithless any longer. Believe!” (v. 27) Sometimes we need the wake up call to believe. When in your life have you been reminded to believe? What is one way that you can be faithful today?

Take time to Pray: “My Lord and my God! Help me to continue to believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God. May I believe in You so that I can have life by the power of your name.” (John 20:28, 31)

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