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John 15

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Kyle Neblett

on 25 February 2010

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Transcript of John 15

John 15 yo soy la vid verdadera, y mi padre es el vinador.
toda rama the jesusaurus rex proves that God created the universe and that mtn dew is the best soda that was ever made God is the gardener and his son, Jesus, is the vine, while we branch off of him to others through discipleship, we enlarge the vine of Jesus' love. :D The representation of the vine shows the importance of fruitfulness in the Christian life, and how it does not result by human achievements, but by your overall position in Christ. God is the vine and we are the branches. we are connected to God and his love when we obey his commandments. But when we do not obey his commandments, we are disconnected from the vine of Gods love, and we begin to wither and die. If we remain in Christ's love and obey Him, we will recieve His love in return. No branch can bear fruit unless it is connected to the vine. We must remain in Jesus so He will remain in us. We can connect to others spiritually by Jesus' love that is shown through us. Jesus tells us that we should all love each other as He has loved us. Intent of passage How the vine and branches relate to us How it connects to others Limitations without Christ in our lives. Without Christ in our lives, we can do nothing. No branch can bear fruit by itself, unless it remains on the vine. If we do not bear fruit, we will be cut off from Christ's love and thrown into the fire.
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