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WE NEED TO STOP COMPARING OURSELVES TO OTHERS AND START FOLLOWING CHRIST
WE NEED TO STOP COMPARING OURSELVES TO OTHERS AND START FOLLOWING CHRIST
We need this point just like Peter did after Jesus was resurrected.
Peter and John after Jesus’ resurrection.
Jesus is asking Peter about his love and commitment to him.
Then Jesus commands Peter to feed his sheep.
Jesus then predicts Peter martyrdom.
Peter then asks about John
Jesus says...“What is that to you?”
You do what I asked you to do.
It is a good point.
What does what God does with another person have to do with your obedience?
What does how obedient or disobedient someone else is have to do with your obedience?
What does how much or little someone else has have to do with your belief about the blessings you have?
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