Truth 27

This post is Day 27 in a series of studies about “Truth”. I strongly suggest you begin with the introduction to this study, please click here to read it.

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Truth – Day 27

John 1:14

The Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us. We have seen His glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.

The Thought

What a nice description, this is of Jesus. It is the reason many followed Him when He walked on earth. Yes, they all wanted to see miracles, and many were hoping to receive a miracle. But those that sat on that mountainside in the heat of the day and didn’t even go home at lunchtime, but were more inclined to stay and listen than to go and buy bread: they saw something in Jesus Himself that attracted them. They knew in their heart of hearts that He was different, and He was full of grace and truth.

There are people like that still in our world today. From time to time most of us have had the opportunity to meet someone that we felt was basically a GOOD person; someone we could trust; someone we would like to spend more time with.

The followers of Jesus should carry the same character as He does. We should all be trustworthy, and full of grace. Most of us are on the road towards that goal, but have not got there yet. We must be patient with each other as we travel that narrow lane with our fellow believers, no matter their background or which denomination they come from.


Read John 1:1-18 to find this expression full of grace and truth repeated. One of John’s aims in his gospel was to convince the readers that Jesus really was the Son of His Heavenly Father.

Ask yourself today how much you reflect your Heavenly Father, and pray for yourself and your family that you may all become more and more like the image of Jesus as John describes Him.

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