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The First Study on the New Page – John 1:25-34

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Welcome to the first study on this page.  For those who are not familiar with the format of a “S.E.A. of Galilee Fellowship Bible Study” it is summed up in the acronym S.E.A.   S = Scripture, E = Explanation, and A = Application.  The idea is that I will post the scriptures and in the “comments” others will post their explanations, applications and comments.

Here is the first study to begin the Easter Season…

Scripture:   John 1:25-34 (GOD’S WORD Translation)

They asked John, “Why do you baptize if you’re not the Messiah or Elijah or the prophet?” John answered them, “I baptize with water. Someone you don’t know is standing among you. He’s the one who comes after me. I am not worthy to untie his sandal strap.” This happened in Bethany on the east side of the Jordan River, where John was baptizing.  John saw Jesus coming toward him the next day and said, “Look! This is the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world. He is the one I spoke about when I said, ‘A man who comes after me was before me because he existed before I did.’ I didn’t know who he was. However, I came to baptize with water to show him to the people of Israel.” John said, “I saw the Spirit come down as a dove from heaven and stay on him. I didn’t know who he was. But God, who sent me to baptize with water, had told me, ‘When you see the Spirit come down and stay on someone, you’ll know that person is the one who baptizes with the Holy Spirit.’ I have seen this and have declared that this is the Son of God.”

Explanation:

What do you think the God and the author are trying to communicate through this passage?

Application:

What is it that God is asking people to do in response to this passage and what is He asking you to do differently in your life because of this passage?

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