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We return this morning to the book of John, as we so frequently do these days, and we’ll continue in this extended episode of Jesus’s teaching at the Feast of Booths.
We return again to the gospel according to John, as we have been since last September. Now that it’s June, the last couple summers you may remember that I took on various Psalms then, but both of those summers we weren’t actually in the middle of anything. But we’re still in the thick of things here in John, so we’re going to stay in it for a while longer, even though it’s June.
I wanted to thank the elders for affording me that week off last week, and I hear that there was a great sermon read in my absence. As we return to John, we come to a sort of troublesome passage, for reasons that we will cover as we expound it. We have just finished chapter 7, which is the record of Jesus’s visit to the Feast of Booths, or Feast of Tabernacles as it is also called.
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