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John 1:19-28
The Testimony of John the Baptist – Part 1
I.
John – the voice in the wilderness (vv.
19-28)
A. “Not me” – Jewish authorities question John (vv.
19-23)
1.
They question John’s identity (vv.
19-22)
a. Are you the Christ?
b.
Are you Elijah?
c. Are you “that prophet”?
d.
Who are you?
2. John’s answer (v.
23)
a.
Just a “voice”
b.
With a message
B. “But Him” – John’s declaration of Jesus (vv.
24-28)
1.
They question John’s authority (vv.
24-25)
2. John’s answer (vv.
26-28)
a.
His baptism is secondary
b.
His master is primary
II.
Jesus – the Lamb and the Son of God (vv.
29-34)
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