Jesus Said: “If You Have Seen Me, You Have Seen God”
- On the 22nd of December, 2014, Is Jesus the Son of God? Do you believe He ever claimed to be God, or do you believe He was merely created God by the authors of the New Testament? The New Testament text reveals that Jesus meant for us to recognize Him as the Eternal God, as we can see when we analyze the text. 8-10
- John 14:8-10 ‘Lord, please show us the Father, and that will be sufficient for us,’ Philip begged to Jesus. ″Have I been with you for such a long time, and yet you have not recognized Me, Philip?″ Jesus inquired. So how can you say, ‘Show us the Father,’ since you have seen Me and the Father is visible to him? The meaning of Jesus’ remark is very clear: Jesus is identical to the Father in nature, existence, and will, and both are God, as stated in the preceding verse. When Jesus reminded the Pharisees in John 10:10 that ″I and my Father are One,″ He was repeating this declaration. No one had ever seen God face to face until Jesus arrived to fulfill the prophecy of the coming Messiah. The burning yearning of Moses to see the face of God was denied by the Almighty, who stated: ″No man can see My face and survive.″ Exodus 33:18-19 is an example of a parable. And Moses pleaded with God, ″Please show me Your splendor.″ The Lord then declared, ″I will bring all of My goodness before you, and I will proclaim the name of the LORD before you.″ When it comes to others, I shall be gracious to those I am gracious, and compassionate to whom I am compassionate,″ says the author. ″However, you will not be able to see My face, for no one will be able to see Me and survive.″ When Jesus arrived as God, he was clothed in human form, and the whole intensity of God’s splendor was concealed inside him. It is possible that if Jesus had withdrawn the curtain of His body in order to expose to the world His whole brilliance, the light of His splendour would have destroyed every human on the face of the earth. In response to Philip’s request that Jesus show him the Father, Jesus said, ″He who sees me has seen the Father.″ As another way of saying it: ″Phillip, if you have seen me, you have seen God″ (John 14:8-10, above). Check out Rob’s book, ″Why Jesus Is God,″ available on Amazon. Jesus is the best person to examine if you want to know what God is like. If you want to hear God’s words, Jesus is the one to listen to. It is in Jesus Christ that the fullness of God is revealed, not in some metaphysical fashion, but by truly residing inside Jesus. The fact that God may reside within the flesh of a man has been an enigma throughout history. 1 Timothy 3:16 (New International Version) God’s glory is certainly revealed in the fact that He appeared in the flesh, was justified by His Spirit and appeared to angels before preaching to the Gentiles, was accepted by the world, and was exalted to the highest place in heaven. We can ponder how it is conceivable for the eternal God to take on the form of a mortal human person. It is not that He finds it difficult, but rather that He finds it absurd. What is the point of bothering? He doesn’t require our assistance. He possesses all of the necessary qualities. The company of other humans is not required by him. What was His motivation for becoming one of us and dying in such a gruesome way as He did? The Question, ″Is Jesus God?″ Evidence that Jesus explicitly said that He is God
- Are the critics correct in asserting that Jesus never claimed to be God?
- He who is the greatest and most astute scholar in history has declared that Jesus is God and the Messiah
It Must Be That He Could Do Nothing Else
Everything that is good, right, and perfect is found in God in its whole.He can only do those things that are a part of His complete nature, and that is all He can do.When He created the cosmos, He did so with the sole intent of creating an environment in which He might demonstrate to the creation of earth His majesty, His enormous strength, and all of His magnificent characteristics.
- The vastness and vastness of the cosmos, together with the vast number of possible sites for life, leads us to believe that life must exist somewhere other than the planet.
- We are thinking in the manner of a man, not in the manner of God.
- While God was not interested in populating the cosmos with life, He was moved by the Holy Spirit to reveal His glory to a specific creation, on a specific planet.
- In general, scientists believe that the environment required to support life on Earth is highly uncommon and requires a delicate balance of certain variables in order for life to exist as we know it on our planet.
- It is written in the Book of Romans about the fact that God is known and understood by the things that He has created.
- 1 Corinthians 1:20 Because, since the beginning of time, His intangible properties, including His everlasting power and Godhead, have been clearly apparent and understood by the things that have been created…
Jesus Confounded The Leaders Of Israel
In gathering before Jesus to interrogate Him, the Pharisees had the goal of publicly disparaging Him in front of all those who were there and listening.Instead, these individuals were perplexed by their own confusion.It was a well-known passage from Psalm 110:1a that the Pharisees used to bait Jesus into a trap for which he was unprepared.
- It is the LORD God who is speaking to the Messiah in this passage of scripture: ″Sit at my right hand until I make your enemies your footstool.″ In their belief that they already knew the answer to this question, the Pharisees approached Jesus and questioned him: ″What do you think of the Christ (Messiah) Whose Son is He?″ (Matthew 23:35-36) Because the Pharisees thought that the Messiah was the Son of David, they were called ″sons of David.″ When I asked my Lord to sit at His right hand, the LORD said, ″Sit at My right hand till I make Your enemies your footstool.″ Psalm 110:1a is a passage from the Bible that says
Matthew Records This Event In His Gospel
″What do you believe of the Christ?″ Jesus inquired of the Pharisees when they were assembled in one place.″Who is He, and whose Son is He?″ ″The Son of David,″ they referred to Him as.″How, however, does David in the Spirit address Him as ‘Lord,’ saying: ‘The LORD said to my Lord, ‘Sit at My right hand, till I make Your enemies Your footstool’?″ he inquired of them.
- ″How can He be David’s Son if David addresses Him as ‘Lord?’″ Matthew 22:41-45 is an example of a parable.
- During His teaching, Jesus challenges his opponents: ″If the Messiah is David’s son, why did David also refer to Him as ″Lord″?″ To put it another way, how could the Messiah be both a human being (David’s son) and a Lord (God’s Son) at the same time is beyond comprehension.
- These guys were aware and comprehended that the verse of scripture that Jesus spoke to was in reference to the coming of the Messiah.
- Only the Messiah was capable of sitting at God’s right hand.
- These leaders of Israel, as well as Jesus, thought that these passages from Psalm 110:1 were inspired by God and that they were true.
- The question Jesus posed to these professors of the law was, ″How can Messiah be both God and a human being?″ ″How can the Messiah be both David’s son and David’s Lord if He is also David’s son?″ According to Psalm 110:1a, this is exactly what is going to happen in the future.
- The Pharisees were unable to provide a response.
- They were perplexed, but Jesus was unperturbed.
- The apparent answer to this issue is that the Messiah will be both David’s Lord (God) and David’s Son (a future human descendent), a statement that Jesus expressed of Himself on several occasions.
- The fact that Jesus is both David’s son and David’s Lord is verified by Jesus’ inquiry to the Pharisees, which they answer affirmatively.
- According to those who believe that Jesus never claimed to be God, this is only one of many instances in which He explicitly declares that He is God.
- When Jesus posed this issue to the religious authorities of Israel, no one was able to provide a satisfactory response.
- This is due to the widely held belief among Jews that Psalm 110:1 was referring to the Messiah, who will be both God and man.
- If the Messiah is both a son and a Lord, according to David’s words, He must also be both God and man.
- In the eyes of the authorities of Israel, the possibility that God could be present in the person of Jesus Christ was an unthinkable possibility.
- But this is exactly what David was forecasting when he wrote Psalm 110:1 in his book of Psaltery.
With this in mind, it is plausible to assume that the goal of life on earth, which is dependent on many finely tuned absolutes, is to demonstrate the power, beauty, order, design, and love of God.After all, life on earth is dependent on many finely tuned absolutes.In the sunshine this morning, I went for a stroll around my neighborhood in Paradise Valley, Arizona, where I occasionally reside.I was taken aback by the incredible beauty and wonder of being able to live on a planet that provided such an ideal setting for my complete delight.
Everyone, everywhere is absorbed by their technological gadgets and other material possessions, although the greatest amazement is a bright sunny day against a deep blue sky, painted with green trees, gorgeous mountains, and the huge diversity of life on our planet.A continual demonstration of God’s existence may be found in all that we see and experience in our daily lives.Because we are currently holding an iPhone in our hands, we are aware that the iPhone’s inventor exists.The same manner, on a far greater scale, we know that God exists because we see the work of His hands while living on His planet, and we see His amazing creative force as we watch His mighty creative power.″If you want to know what God is like, look at Me, listen to Me, and observe what I do,″ Jesus stated.
Jesus Came To Declare What God Is Truly Like
- People will appreciate the trees for providing shade, the clouds for providing rain, and ″mother nature″ for her beauty while entirely ignoring the fact that all of these things were created by the almighty God. It is a cruel reality that once a person rejects the existence of God, he will turn his attention to other things in his life in order to admire them. We were made to worship the one and only real and living God, for this is the ultimate goal of our existence. When we fail to acknowledge Him, the urge to worship continues to exist in our hearts. Many individuals are abandoning their devotion to the one real God in favor of worshiping an image of God created in their own likeness: It might be your work or career
- money and material possessions
- another person
- pleasure and lightness
- or even yourself.
All of these things are forgeries and illusory alternatives for what we truly seek in our hearts.This reality is kept concealed from us until we come to the foot of the One who died for our sins and surrender ourselves to Him.God has shown Himself and exposed Himself to us.
- He was able to do this via the revelation of Jesus the Messiah.
- Every individual who surrenders their life to Jesus discovers the reason for which they were put on this world.
- This is true for everyone.
- This 226th prophesy is predicted by Isaiah, and it is fulfilled by Jesus, who reveals who God is and what all of His intentions are for each and every one of us.
- John 17:3 (KJV) And this is everlasting life: that they may come to know You, the one and only true God, as well as Jesus Christ, whom You have sent to save them from their sins.
- God with us, Jesus is God, Jesus is the Messiah, God with us, God with us The Claims of Jesus, The Existence of GodCategories: Evidence for God from the cosmos, Exodus 33:18-19, Jesus is God, The Claims of Jesus, The Existence of God John 14:8-10 (KJV) Existence of life on other worlds, No guy will ever be able to see me and live.
Jesus saying, who has seen me, has seen the Father
- B) Jesus claiming that everyone who has seen me has also seen the Father.
- According to Christians, another noteworthy line in the Gospel of John is the phrase ″Whoever has seen me has seen the Father.″ This chapter is considered to be evidence of Jesus’ (PBUH) divinity since it states, ″Whoever has seen me has seen the Father″ (John 14:9).
- They grasp the concept that the parent is Jesus, and that seeing Jesus is actually seeing Allah (S.W).
- These flaws in one’s understanding are inferior, flawed, and feeble, and they lead to numerous difficulties that are blasphemous to Allah (S.W), who is above all problems and all human imperfections.
- If seeing Jesus (PBUH) is seen to be the same as seeing the Father, then slapping Jesus and spitting in his face (Matt.
- 27:30) must be interpreted as slapping and spitting on the Father Himself, Allah (S.W), the Creator of the heavens and the earth.
- In a same vein, Jesus’ lack of knowledge of the Day of Judgment is seen as a nescience by Allah (S.W) (Mark 13:32-33).
- It was also believed that when Jesus ate and drank (Luke 24:42-43), it was also regarded food and drink for the Father, according to this naive interpretation.
- No one can fathom the fact that Allah (Sw) consumes food and beverages as well as urinating, micturating, and defecating.
- In order to fully comprehend the verse, we must start at the beginning, where it states, ″I am going to prepare a place for you.″ And if I go and make a place for you, I will return and accept you into myself,″ he said, referring to the kingdom, which is the location he was referring to.
- When Thomas realized what had happened, he replied, ″Lord, we have no idea where you are heading.″ ″How are we supposed to know the way?″ (See also John 14:5).
- He realized that Jesus (PBUH) was referring to a genuine road and a real journey when he talked about them.
When Jesus (PBUH) corrected him and explained that it was a spiritual trip, he added, ″I am [the] way [the truth, and the life],″ which means that following God’s law and His religion alone will lead to the kingdom of heaven (Kingdom of Heaven).″Have I been with you for so long, and you still do not know who I am, Philip?″ Jesus (PBUH) reprimanded him, saying, ″Have I been with you for so long, and you still do not know who I am, Philip?″ Every person who has seen me has also seen the Father.You don’t know how to say, ″Show us the Father.″ (John 14:10) In other words, how could you ask such a question if you are a Jew and are aware that Allah (S.W.) cannot be seen?
- (John 14:10) Every person who has ever seen me has seen the Father, since he was witness to Allah’s acts – the miracles – that I accomplished.
- According to Matthew, ″Then the King will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who have been blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom that has been prepared for you from the foundation of the world.’″ In the sense that I was hungry and you provided food for me, I was thirsty and you provided drink for me, I was a stranger and you greeted me, I was naked and you dressed me, I was ill and you visited me, I was imprisoned and you came to me.
- ″Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and offer you anything to drink?″ the righteous will respond.
- And when was the last time we saw you as a stranger and welcomed you, or as a naked person and clothed you?
- And when was the last time we saw you sick or in prison and paid you a visit?’ In response, the King will respond: ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, so you did it to me.’ – (Matthew 25:34-40) and no one in this world would ever claim that the hungry one was the king; it is only a metaphor and an illustration of the point.
- In a same vein, Mark stated, ″Whoever accepts one of these children in my name gets me, and whoever receives me receives not me but Him who sent me.″ Similarly, (See Mark 9:37.) According to this scripture, the kid is neither Jesus (PBUH) nor Allah (S.W.) himself, nor does the boy represent Jesus (PBUH) himself.
- Them indicates that he (PBUH) reminds us that performing good things for the kid is the same as doing it for himself, and that whomever does good deeds for the child is following Allah (S.W).
- In the same way that anybody who has seen Jesus (PBUH) is believed to have seen Allah (S.W), whoever accepts Jesus (PBUH) and his disciples is deemed to have embraced Allah (S.W), and whoever rejects their message is thought to have rejected Allah’s Law.
- ″The one who hears you hears me, and the one who rejects you rejects me, and the one who rejects me rejects him who sent me,″ Jesus (PBUH) stated as a result.
″The one who hears you hears me,″ Jesus (PBUH) said.(See also Luke 10:16.) The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) affirms this once again when he says, ″Whoever accepts you accepts me, and whoever accepts me welcomes him who sent me.″ (10:40 a.m.) Matthew The same way, whomever has seen Jesus (PBUH) has seen Allah (S.W), since, as he stated, ″Do you not believe that I am in the Father and that the Father is in me?″ ‘The words that I speak to you are not my own; rather, they are the work of the Father who lives within me.’ (See also John 14:10).Similar language can be seen in the Book of Acts when Peter speaks to Ananias about the money for the field.″Didn’t it stay yours when it was on the market but wasn’t sold?
- And, once it was sold, did you not have access to it anymore?
- So, what is it about this crime that you have concocted in your mind?
- ″You have not lied to mankind, but you have lied to God.″ After hearing these statements, Ananias collapsed and died as a result of his injuries.
- As a result, everyone who heard about it was filled with dread.″ (See Acts 5:4-5.) Humans who lie to others are also lying to Allah (S.W), yet this does not imply that people and Allah (S.W) are the same.
When Jesus declared, ″Whoever has seen me has seen the Father,″ he was referring to insight seeing rather than sight, and this insight seeing is available to all believers, who are descended from Allah, according to the Bible (S.W).″No one has seen the Father save the one who is from God; he has seen the Father,″ Jesus (PBUH) stated.″No one has seen the Father except the one who is from God.″ (John 6:46) and that Allah is the source of all believers (S.W).
- In the words of the apostle Paul, ″Everyone who believes that Jesus is the Christ has been born of God, and everyone who loves the Father loves whoever has been born of Him.″ (See also John (1) 5:1) Another piece of evidence is what Jesus (PBUH) stated afterward.
- ″It will only be a little while before the rest of the world no longer sees me, but you will still see me.″ ″Because I am alive, you will also be alive.″ (See also John 14:19) In this case, he is not speaking about actual sight since he is referring to his ascension to heaven and at that time, the world and the disciples will not be able to see him.
- He is referring to faith and spiritual insight, in which the believers and disciples will be able to see and feel things that the rest of the world will not be able to see or experience.
- This is supported by what is written in Matthew.
- ″And no one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father except the Son,″ Matthew continued.
″And no one knows the Father except the Son.″ (See Matthew 11:27.) Another line that is similar to this one may be found in the Gospel of John: ″And Jesus shouted out and said, ″Whoever believes in me believes not in me, but in Him who sent me.″ In addition, anybody who sees me recognizes the One who sent me.Indeed, I have not spoken on my own authority, but I have received a mandate from the Father, who sent me, directing what I should say and how I should say it.Moreover, I am convinced that His mandate is eternal life.As a result, anything I say is in accordance with what the Father has informed me.″ (John 12:44-51), and it denoted enlightenment.His statement, ″Whomever has seen me has also seen the one who sent me,″ does not imply that whoever has seen the one sent – the Son – has also seen the one who sent him – the Father – unless they are both one in the same person.Furthermore, his statement, ″You heard me say to you, ‘I am going away, and I will come to you,’″ might be used to disprove this: ″You heard me say to you, ‘I am going away, and I will come to you.″ If you truly cared about me, you would have delighted in the fact that I am going to the Father, since the Father is bigger than I.″ ″My Father, who has given them to me, is bigger than all, and no one is able to pluck them from my Father’s hand,″ Jesus says in John 14:28.
- (See also John 10:29.) The Father and the Son have distinct personalities, and no Christian would assert that they are the same person, despite the fact that they claim to be connected as one person, the Son and the Father For example, according to Priest Matta El Meskeen’s work, ″Commentaries on John’s Gospel,″ Christian religion holds that ″the hypostases of God are distinct from one another.″ There is no such thing as the Father and the Son, and each hypostasis possesses its own divine attributes.″ As a result, anybody who has seen the Son has not seen the Father.
- At long last, Allah (S.W.) cannot be seen in this world, according to the Bible, which states: ″No one has ever seen God; the only God, who is at the Father’s side, he has made him known.″ (See also John 1:18.) ″who is the only one who has immortality, who lives in an unapproachable light, who no one has ever seen or can see, who is the only one who has immortality, who lives in an unapproachable light, who is the only one who has ever seen or can see.″ Amen.
- To Him be praise and eternal sovereignty forever and ever.
- (See Titus 1:6-16) As a result, using this line, ″Whoever has seen me has seen the Father,″ as evidence for Jesus’ divinity is weak and feeble, and it is the same sort of seeing that I stated before in this article.
- In the Gospel of John, Priest Matta El Meskeen, Vol.
1, p.35, he writes:
John 14:9 Jesus replied, ″Philip, I have been with you all this time, and still you do not know Me? Anyone who has seen Me has seen the Father. How can you say, ‘Show us the Father’?
- New International Version (New International Version) In response, Jesus said, ″Don’t you know who I am, Philip, even after all this time that I have been among you?″ Anyone who has seen me has also seen the Father, and vice versa.
- You don’t know how to say, ″Show us the Father.″ New Living Translation (New Living Translation) ″Have I been with you all this time, Philip, and yet you still don’t know who I am?″ Jesus inquired.
- Every single person who has seen me has seen the Father.
- So what is it about him that you want me to show you?
- Version standardized in English ″Have I been with you for such a long time, and you still do not recognize me, Philip?″ Jesus inquired.
- Every person who has seen me has also seen the Father.
- You don’t know how to say, ″Show us the Father.″ Berean Study Bible (also known as the Berean Study Bible) ″Philip, how is it that I have been with you all this time and you still do not recognize Me?″ Jesus inquired.
- Anyone who has seen Me has also seen the Father, and vice versa.
- You don’t know how to say, ″Show us the Father.″ The Literal Bible of the Bereans ″Have I been with you for such a long time, and you have not recognized Me, Philip?″ asks Jesus to him.
- The one who has seen Me has also seen the Father.
- You don’t know how to say, ″Show us the Father.″ The King James Version of the Bible ″Hast I been with you for such a long time, and yet have you not recognized me, Philip?″ Jesus inquires of him.
- He who has seen me has seen the Father; and how can thou say, ″Show us the Father?″ when he himself has seen the Father.
The New King James Version (sometimes known as the New King James Version) was published in 1611.″Have I been with you for such a long time, and yet you have not recognized Me, Philip?″ Jesus inquired.So how can you say, ‘Show us the Father,’ since you have seen Me and the Father is visible to him?
- The New American Standard Bible is a translation of the New Testament into English.
- Then Jesus asked him, ″How is it that I have been with you for such a long time and yet you have not come to know Me, Philip?″ Whoever has seen Me has also seen the Father; how can you say, ‘Show us the Father,’ when you have not seen Me?
- NASB (National Association of School Boards) 1995 ″Have I been with you for such a long time, and yet you have not come to know Me, Philip?″ Jesus inquired of him.
- Whoever has seen Me has also seen the Father; how can you say, ″Show us the Father,″ if you haven’t seen Me?
- NASB 1977 (National Association of School Boards) ″Have I been with you for such a long time, and yet you have not come to know Me, Philip?″ Jesus inquired of him.
- The Father is shown to him who has seen Me, and so how do you respond to the request, ″Show us the Father?″ The Bible with an amplification system ″Have I been with you for such a long time, Philip, and you still do not know Me, nor do you realize clearly who I am?″ Jesus said.
- Anyone who has seen Me has also seen the Father, and vice versa.
- ‘Show us the Father,’ you ask, but how can you express it?
- The Christian Standard Bible is a translation of the Bible in the Christian tradition.
Is it possible for me to have been among you for all this time and you are completely unaware of my presence, Philip?The one who has seen me has also seen the Father, and vice versa.You don’t know how to say, ″Show us the Father.″ Holman Christian Standard Bible (also known as the Holman Christian Standard Bible) ″Have I been living among you all this time without your knowing who I am, Philip?″ Jesus inquired of him.The one who has seen Me has also seen the Father, and vice versa.
- How do you respond to the request, ″Show us the Father?″ The American Standard Version is the version used in the United States.
- Jesus confronts Philip, saying, ″Have I been with you for such a long time, and do you not recognize me?″ Show us the Father, you say, for anyone who has seen me has also seen the Father; how do you know this?
- The Aramaic Bible translated into plain English ″How is it that you have been with me all this time and you have never heard of me, Phillip?″ asked Yeshua.
- ‘Show us The Father,’ you could ask, and how do you respond to that?
″Whoever has seen me has seen The Father.″ Version in the Present Tense of the English Language Philip, I have been with you for a long time, and I am glad to see you.Don’t you have any idea who I am?Because if you have seen me, then you have seen the Father as well.
- What right do you have to ask me to show you the Father?
- The Bible of Douay-Rheims Jesus confronts him, saying, ″Have I been with you for such a long time, and have you not recognized me?″ Philip, anyone who sees me sees the Father as well, I believe.
- What do you have to say, ″Show us the Father?″ Translation of the Good News When Jesus responded, he said, ″I have been with you all for a long time; yet you do not recognize me, Philip?″ Every person who has seen me has also seen the Father.
- Why, therefore, do you demand that we be shown the Father?
- The International Standard Version (ISO) is a formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized And yet, despite the fact that I’ve been with you for a long time, Philip, you still don’t know who I am?
Jesus had inquired about him.″Anyone who has seen me has also seen the Father,″ says Jesus.So how do you respond to the request, ″Show us the Father″?Standard Version in its literal sense ″I’ve been with you for such a long time, and you haven’t heard of Me, Philip?″ asks Jesus to him.He who has seen Me has also seen the Father; and how do you respond when someone says, ″Show us the Father?″.The New American Bible is a translation of the New Testament into English.
- His response was, ″How can I have been with you for such an extended period of time and you still do not recognize me, Philip?″ Every person who has seen me has also seen the Father.
- You don’t know how to say, ″Show us the Father.″ NET Bible is an abbreviation for Networked Information Technology.
- ″Have I been with you for such a long time and you have not recognized me, Philip?″ Jesus inquired.
- It is said that everyone who sees me has seen the Father!
- You don’t know how to say, ″Show us the Father.″ Revised Standard Version (New Revised Standard Version) ″Have I been with you all this time, Philip, and you still don’t recognize me?″ Jesus inquired.
Every person who has seen me has also seen the Father.You don’t know how to say, ″Show us the Father.″ The New Heart English Bible is a translation of the New Heart Bible.Is it possible for me to have been with you for all of this time and you still do not recognize me, Philip?″ He who has seen me has also seen the Father, and vice versa.’Show us the Father,’ you ask, but how can you express it?
- Weymouth The New Testament is a collection of writings that were written during the years of ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ″Have I been among you for such a long time, and yet you, Philip, are completely unfamiliar with me?″ Jesus inquired.
- He who has seen me has also seen the Father, and vice versa.
- How can *you* come to me and say, ‘Please cause us to see the Father’?
- The English Bible for the Whole World ″Have I been with you for such a long time, and do you not recognize me, Philip?″ Jesus inquired of him.
- He who has seen me has also seen the Father, and vice versa.
- How can you say, ″Show us the Father?″ in a polite manner?
- Young’s Literal Translation of the Text He hears Jesus say to him, ″How long have I been with you, Philip, and thou hast not recognized who I am?″ He who has seen me has seen the Father; and how can thou say, ″Show us the Father,″ when he himself has seen the Father?
Translations in addition to the above.Context The Way, the Truth, and the Life are all contained here…8 ″Lord, just show us the Father, and that will be enough for us,″ Philip replied to Him in response.9 ″Philip, how is it that I have been with you all this time and you still do not recognize Me?″ Jesus said.
- Anyone who has seen Me has also seen the Father, and vice versa.
- You don’t know how to say, ″Show us the Father.″ 10 Does it appear that you do not believe that I am in God’s presence and that God is in me?
- I do not utter the words I say to you on My own initiative.
- As a result, it is the Father who lives inside me and does His activities….
- References to Other Sources John 1:14 (New International Version) The Word took on the form of a man and established His home among us.
- We have seen His glory, the glory of the one and only Son of the Father, who is full of grace and truth, and we have been filled with joy.
- 8:19 (John 8:19) ″Where has Your Father gone?″ they inquired of Him.
- ″You do not know Me, nor do you know My Father,″ Jesus responded.
- ″If you knew Me, you would also know My Father,″ says the Messiah.
- 12:45 (John 12:45) Furthermore, whomever sees Me also sees the One who sent Me.
- Colossians 1:15 is a biblical passage.
- The Son is the visible representation of the invisible God, and he is the firstborn above all of creation.
- Hebrews 1:3 (Hebrews 1:3) All things are held together by the power of God’s word, which shines forth as a brightness from God’s glory and is a precise image of His character.
As soon as He had atoned for sins, He sat down at the right hand of the Majesty on high and rested there.1 5:20 (John 5:20) The Son of God has come and has given us understanding so that we may know Him who is true; and in Him who is true—in His Son Jesus Christ —we have placed our faith and hope in Him who is true.He is the one and only real God, as well as the source of eternal life.The Scriptures are a treasure trove.
- Philip, how come I’ve been with you for such a long time and you still don’t know who I am?
- Jesus asked him.
- He who has seen me has also seen the Father; and how do you respond to the question, ″Show us the Father?″ Have.
- ″O faithless generation, how long will I be with you?″ says Jesus in response to his question.
- How long do you think I’ll put up with you?
- Please bring him to me.
he.7 and 20 of John 14:7 In the same way that I knew you, you should have known my Father as well: and from this time forward, you know him and have seen him…John 12:45 And he who sees me sees the one who sent me, and vice versa.
- Colossians 1:15 is a biblical passage.
- What is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of every thing, and how does he manifest himself?
- Genesis 26:9 is an example of a figurative language.
- As a result, Abimelech summoned Isaac and said, Behold, she is without a doubt thy wife; and how did you respond, She is my sister?
And Isaac responded, ″Because I said, lest I die for her,″ Isaac answered to him.Psalm 11:1 (King James Version) Greetings, Chief Musician.David’s Psalm is sung here.
I placed my confidence in the LORD; how do you respond to my soul, saying, ″Flee like a bird to your mountain?″ Jeremiah 2:23 (NIV) It’s impossible for thee to claim that I’m not defiled or that I haven’t gone after Baalim.See thy route across the valley, know what thou hast done: thou art a fast dromedary crossing her paths; (9) Have I been with you for such a long time, and yet hast thou not recognized me, Philip?- More specifically, as said in John 14:7, ″hast thou not recognized Me?″ Consider the statement in John 14:8, which reveals that Philip was one of the first-called disciples, and that he had held a high position among the Apostles at the time of their call.
When our Lord speaks, a tone of grief and foreboding may be heard in his tone of voice.They express the loneliness that comes with a holiness and magnificence that is not fully comprehended.The end of life comes near, and Philip, who had followed Him from the beginning, demonstrates by asking this question that he had no idea what the labor and objectives of that life had been and were still were.They are addressed to all Christian educators, philosophers, and laborers.It is possible for men to be in the closest seeming proximity to Christ yet having never learned the meaning of the words they continuously hear and repeat; and that they may have never genuinely understood the goal of Christ’s life, despite their apparent proximity.Those who have seen me have also seen the Father.
In light of John 14:7, and Philip’s own response to Nathanael, ″Come and see,″ we might conclude that (John 1:46).When Philip makes a demand, it’s one that’s always being read, and when he gets a response, it’s one that’s always correct.Men are always thinking and saying, ″Show us the Father, and that sufficeth us,″ and they are right.″Please provide us with something in religion that the soul can rely on.We have become tired of the questions, quarrels, and dogmas that are all too frequently referred to as religion.
We are looking for something that may provide actual nourishment for the soul.In addition, we think that the Father’s house has enough bread to serve everyone, even the hired employees, without having to rely on husks as a source of nutrition.No, we are not agnostics, but we are dissatisfied with what is being presented to us as religion.
- Please tell us the truth!
- Give us a chance to live!
- Give us the opportunity to accept it, embrace it, and experience it in all its freedom and openness as the air of the sky.
- All of this is the heart of the kid yearning for the Father’s presence in his or her life.
The manifestation of the Father in the person of the Son has taken place.The full revelation of God is found in His Life and Truth, which are revealed in Him.The Bread of Life is found in Him, and He is able to satisfy every desire of every man.He who sees Him sees the Father, and the Father sees Him.How can folks then say, ″Show us the Father,″ when they haven’t seen him?(See also John 12:44-45 for a companion note.) …
- Verse 9 – ″It is written in the sky.″ Philippe, have I been with you for such a long period of time (v) and have you not come to know (v) me?
- Christ responds.
- ) (Compare the aorist, which implies a single vast full sufficing act, with the perfect forms, which indicate a process that continues from the past into the present.
- A constant stream of revelations from the Father, rather than an unveiling of the absolute God whom no man had ever seen before (see John 1:18), had been taking place right in front of their eyes for some time.
- Our Lord makes the first and most important appeal to that fact; and yet, as a matter of fact, reality as it was, the disciples had failed even to know him, inasmuch as they had failed to recognize the Father in him.
- As a result, he confirms the statement made in Ver.
7.It is clear that this is a personal plea; the only partial similarities in St.John are found in John 20:16 (Mary), John 21:15 (Simon), and other passages.(Westcott).No true insight of Jesus Christ can be gained until and until the Father is genuinely seen in him.The Divine Personality does not become known to him until the Divine Personality shines through him on the eyes of trust.
- We don’t really know a man until we’ve gotten to know the best of him.
- In what way is it more accurate in regards to God and the Father-God revealed in Christ?
- Those who have seen me have also seen the Father.
- The ″seeing″ that is required in this situation must be adequate and broad.
- How, you say – emphatically – do you intend to demonstrate the Father to us?
- According to the hints that have already been provided about Philip, he may have rejected the Jewish and rudimentary notion of a physical theophany.
- In Christ’s response to the question ″How sayest thou?″ he expresses the sense of failure he felt when he attempted to realize his own ideal in the poor material of our human nature.
- Commentaries that run in parallel.
- Greek Jesus (Isous) is a noun in the Nominative Masculine form.
- SingularStrong’s 2424 is as follows: Jesus, the name of our Lord, and two other Israelites are descended from the Hebrew language.
- said the respondent (Legei) ″Strong’s 3004:(a) I say, speak; I mean, mention, tell, (b) I call, name, especially in the past tense, (c) I tell, command,″ says the author.
- Greetings, Philip (Philippe) Noun – Vocative Masculine SingularStrong’s 5376: Noun – Vocative Masculine Singular Philippus, the name of four Israelites, is from the Greek philos and hippos, which means ″horse lover.″ I’ve been doing this for a while (eimi) Strong’s 1510: I am, I exist.
- Verb – Present Indicative Active – First Person SingularStrong’s 1510: I am, I exist.
I exist in the first person singular present indicative; it is a protracted form of a primary and deficient verb; it is in the first person singular present indicative.in conjunction with’ (meth’) PrepositionStrong’s 3326:(a) gen: together with, in company with, in association with (3) with nouns, with adjectives in the neut.of the adverbial position (1) behind, beyond, after the place, (2) after, after the time You (hymn) are the one (hymn) Possessive Personal Pronoun – Genitive Form 4771 is a 2nd Person PluralStrong that says ″you.″ Thou is the second-person singular pronoun; it is a contraction of the word thou.(Tosout) is an abbreviation for Tosout.5118Strong’s Demonstrative Pronoun – Dative Masculine SingularStrong’s 5118:This is enormous, this is huge, this is lengthy, this is many.
So vast, i.e.such, that it is descended from tosos and houtos Time is referred to as (chron).Noun – Dative Masculine Noun – Dative Masculine Strong’s 5550: A period of time or interval; by extension, an individual opportunity; by implication, a period of time or interval and as well as (kai) ConjunctionStrong’s 2532 is as follows: And, perhaps more importantly, you are still in the dark.
egnkas (egnkas) is a Lithuanian word that means ″egnkas.″ Perfect Indicative Active – 2nd Person Verb – Perfect Indicative Active This is SingularStrong’s 1097 definition: A prolonged form of a primary verb; to ″know″ in a wide range of applications and with numerous implications.Me?personal pronoun – accusative (me) Possessive Pronoun – Accusative 1st Person Pronoun SingularStrong’s 1473:I, the first-person pronoun, is a good example of this.a first-person main pronoun that indicates the first person I.Anyone who wants to (ho) Nominative Masculine – Nominative Masculine Article It’s the definite article, according to SingularStrong’s 3588:the.
- Incorporating the feminine he, as well as the neuter to in all of its variations; the definite article; the.has witnessed ″ (heraks)″ means ″here is the road.″ Verb – Perfect Participle Active – Nominative Masculine Verb – Perfect Participle Active – Nominative Masculine Properly, to stare at, i.e.
- to discern clearly; by extension, to attend to; by Hebraism, to experience; passively, to appear is SingularStrong’s 3708.
- A personal / possessive pronoun in the accusative form of the word me (eme).
- Strong’s 1473:I, the first-person pronoun, is the first-person singular.
- A primary pronoun referring to the first person I.have encountered Heraken (Heraken) is a Japanese word that means ″heavenly abode.″ Perfect Indicative Active Verb – Perfect Indicative Strong’s 3708:To stare at something properly, i.e., to discern clearly; to attend to something properly; by extension, to experience something properly; passively, to manifest one’s presence.
- a b c d e f g h I l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l (ton) In this article, we’ll look at the accusative masculine singular, also known as Strong’s 3588.
The article is capitalized like the definite article.This includes all of the inflections of the feminine he as well as the neuter to; the definite article; and the.Father.Noun – Accusative Masculine SingularStrong’s 3962:Father, (Heavenly Father), ancestor, older, senior, (Heavenly) Father ‘Father’ appears to be a major term in the language.In what way (ps)AdverbStrong’s 4459:Adverb derived from the root pou; an interrogative particle of manner; in what way?; sometimes used as an exclamation, how much!the pronoun you is a possessive pronoun in the nominative case.
2nd Person SingularStrong’s 4771:You.The person pronoun of the second person singular; thou.say,λέγεις (legeis) (legeis) Strong’s 3004: Verb – Present Indicative Active – 2nd Person SingularStrong’s 3004: Verb – Present Indicative Active – 2nd Person Singular When I say, I mean, I refer to; I mention, I tell, (b) I call or mention, especially in passing, (c) I tell or order.Show Strong’s 1166: (Deixon)Verb – Aorist Imperative Active – 2nd Person SingularStrong’s 1166: (Deixon)Verb – Aorist Imperative Active – 2nd Person Singular The verb to demonstrate is a prolonged form of an obsolete primary with the same meaning.us (hmin) is a slang term for ″we.″ Dative Pronoun – Personal / Possessive Pronoun 1st Person Pronoun PluralStrong’s 1473:I is the pronoun in the first person.a first-person main pronoun that indicates the first person I.a b c d e f g h I l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l (ton) In this article, we’ll look at the accusative masculine singular, also known as Strong’s 3588.
- The article is capitalized like the definite article.
- This includes all of the inflections of the feminine he as well as the neuter to; the definite article; and the.
- The noun accusative masculine singularStrong’s 3962:Father, (Heavenly) Father, ancestor (in the spiritual sense), elder (in the literal sense), senior (in the figurative sense).
‘Father’ appears to be a major term in the language.Return to the previous page Time for the Jesus Philip Shew Show, of course.Continue to Next Page Time for the Jesus Philip Shew Show, of course.
- Links John 14:9 (New International Version) John 14:9 (New Living Translation) ESV translation of John 14:9 John 14:9 (New American Standard Bible) John 14:9 King James Version John 14:9 (KJV) BibleApps.com Biblia del Evangelio de Jesu 14:9 Paralela Chinese translation of John 14:9 French translation of John 14:9 Revelation 14:9, according to the Catholic Bible Gospels of the New Testament: John 14:9 (KJV) Jesus inquired of him, ″Have I been with you?″ (Jhn Jo Jn)
If You’ve Seen Me, You’ve Seen the Father
- When one of Jesus’ followers asked, ″show us the Father,″ Jesus responded with this words in John 14:9.
- ″Have I been with you for such a long time, and yet you have not recognized Me, Philip?″ Jesus inquired.
- So how can you say, ‘Show us the Father,’ since you have seen Me and the Father is visible to him?
- Please understand the context in which this is being said.
- For a long time, these guys had been with Him, and they had witnessed several extraordinary phenomena on a regular basis.
- Their eyes were opened as they witnessed Him rebuke a storm, walk on water, cast out demons from people, heal all manners of sickness and disease, raise the dead, provide abundant food where there was none for people who came to hear Him teach, find a coin in a fish’s mouth with which to pay their taxes, and curse a tree, which withered.
- It might appear like someone wasn’t paying attention if one of them said, ″Show us the Father!″ Jesus WAS demonstrating the Father to them!
- ″Who, being the brightness of His (God’s) glory and the express image of His being, and sustaining all things by the word of His power, after He had by Himself cleansed our iniquities, sat down at the right side of the Majesty on high,…″ says Hebrews 1:3 of Jesus, the Word, the Son of God.
- ″The Son is the brilliant light of God’s grandeur, the perfect manifestation of God’s actual nature–his mirror image!″ states the Passion Translation of the Bible.
- A powerful spoken word keeps the cosmos together and allows it to expand, and he is the one who does it.
- When he finished atoning for our sins, he ascended to the highest throne and took his place at the right hand of the All-Powerful.
- In other words, if we want to know what God is like, we must go to Jesus for guidance.
The life and character of Jesus Christ serve as a clear illustration to us of the nature of God Himself.It is understandable that people are perplexed when they read the ancient testament and discover a God who is in favor of the death of humans.That debate will have to wait for another day.
- The person of Jesus is the exact representation of God Himself.
- So, what was Jesus’ personality like?
- It’s likely that most of us are aware with the biblical accounts of what He did while He was still alive on the planet.
- He came to the world, according to 1 John 3:8, to ″destroy the devil’s works,″ which is what He intended to do.
- In order to do this, He drove devils out of people and healed them of every illness and disease imaginable.
- Does this provide you with evidence that God cares about people?
- I mean, he truly cares about people.
- It certainly did for me.
- Is it God’s will that we get ill?
It doesn’t appear to be the case to me.Did you know that our bodies were designed to mend themselves, as a second eyewitness to this phenomenon?Who, after all, designed our bodies?This shows me that disease is not God’s plan, because our bodies would not try to cure themselves if that were the case.
- Sickness is a thief as well as a murderer.
- ″The thief does not come except to steal, to kill, and to destroy,″ Jesus declared.
- They need me to come so that they can have life, and that they can have it in greater abundance.″ 10:10 (John 10:10) Sickness robs you of your time, attention, and financial resources.
- Sickness does not equate to abundant life, which is exactly what God promised.
As a result, based just on the statements in John 14:9 and Hebrews 1:3, we may conclude that Jesus accurately embodied the character and will of God for people.So, why aren’t we seeing more individuals experiencing this type of thing?They don’t believe it for a variety of reasons.
- The blessings of God are contingent on one’s belief in His promises.
- They aren’t just going to land on us.
- Believe that God desires for you to be healthy today!
- Jesus has clearly demonstrated that this is God’s intention for us.
- He has annihilated the devil’s creations and plans.
He’s a wonderful God who only wants nice things to happen to His children.That is the truth in which we must place our trust.Jesus, we have a misunderstanding of who You are as a result of our lack of experience.As we contemplate Your character and power, fill our souls with truth, as Your Word instructs us to do.
“Whoever has seen me has seen the Father”: Did Jesus claim to be God to Philip?
- In response to Philip’s prayer to ″Show us the Father,″ Jesus responds with the following response: ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life,’ Jesus declared to him in verse 6.
- No one else can bring anybody else to the Father except through me.
- 7 If you know who I am, you will also know who my Father is.
- ″From this point forward, you are familiar with him and have seen him.″ 8 Philip responded to him by saying, ″Lord, show us the Father, and we will be content.″ Nineteenth, Jesus asked him, ″Have I spent all this time with you, Philip, and you still don’t recognize me?
- Every person who has seen me has also seen the Father.
- You don’t know how to say, ″Show us the Father.″ 10 Do you not believe that I am in the Father and that the Father is in me, as I am in the Father?
- The words that I speak to you are not my own; rather, they are the work of the Father who is within me, who performs his works through me.
- 11 Believe me when I say that I am in the Father and the Father is in me; but if you don’t believe me, believe me because of the works that I have performed.
- 10 For truth be told, I tell you that the one who believes in me will likewise do the works that I perform and will even go beyond and accomplish greater works than these, because I am going to the Father.
- 13 In order for the Father to be exalted through the Son, I will do everything you want me to do in my name.
- (John 14:6-13, New Revised Standard Version) Jesus reveals the identity of his Father.
- Following the reading of the entire text, it should be evident that Jesus is not claiming to be his biological father.
That is, by looking at Jesus, the Son of God, his followers, or anybody else might be able to recognize his Father in him, and that is all that matters.This wasn’t a new message to Philip, or at least it shouldn’t have been, for Jesus had previously publicly stated the same thing to the masses on the day they put palm branches in front of his donkey as he entered Jerusalem: ″When you lay palm branches in front of my donkey, I will receive you.″ 44 Afterwards, Jesus spoke out loudly: ″Whoever believes in me does not believe in me, but in him who sent me.45 In addition, anybody who sees me sees the one who sent me (John 12:44-45) ″It is evident from the above what Jesus was trying to convey to Philip.
- If anybody had been able to see Jesus, they should have been able to see God, who sent Jesus.
- This isn’t the same as Jesus claiming to be the Father in the traditional sense.
- It is exactly what it says; everybody who saw Jesus could, or should have been able to see, the One who sent him.
- Theophany is the manifestation of God.
- The two texts mentioned above (John 12:44-45 and 14:6-13) are the standard beginning point for introducing a big New Testament concept, namely, how Jesus demonstrates, discloses, and expresses his Father to his disciples.
- With that said, a word of caution: this subject area, which was sometimes referred to as ‘theophany″ or ″the manifestation of God,″ or less grammatically, ″God manifestation″ with no apostrophe, can be a rabbit hole that takes the focus away from the power of what Christ was telling the crowds in Jerusalem and repeating to Philip above.
- One traditional approach to the issue is to go through the Old Testament and examine all of the precursors for the real manifestation of God attained by the Lord Jesus Christ in his life and death, which is a conventional approach to the subject.
- Examples include the angels who appeared to Abraham at the oaks of Mamre, the angel who appeared to Moses in the burning bush, the cloud and fire that appeared in the wilderness, the blinding light that passed behind Moses’ back on Mount Sinai, and the ″still small voice″ that was heard by Elijah on Mount Horeb, among many others (1 Kings 19) Everything is good up to a point.
- All of these instances of theophanies of Israel’s God in the Old Testament are legitimate examples of theophanies.
Their examples demonstrate how an angel, a pillar of fire or cloud, a blinding light or a little voice may be portrayed as being God, as displaying or revealing Yahweh, Jehovah, the LORD of Host, or as a manifestation or revelation of Yahweh, Jehovah.Leaving Jesus’ comments to Philip in the same category as those occurrences, however, raises some concerns.Fundamentally speaking, the angel, the fire, the pillar of cloud, the blinding brightness, and the little voice were all manifestations of God in their own right.They were physical events that were visible to humanity, but which were employed by God, who cannot be seen and has never been seen himself (1 Timothy 6:16).
- In the Bible, the elements of fire, cloud, light, voice, and even angels (which is another matter) do not have the autonomous will to unveil, manifest, or demonstrate God in the same way that Jesus did.
- However, these Old Testament theophanies are not equals to Christ’s revealing of his Father, but rather are simply faint foreshadows of what was to come in the New Testament.
- ″At no time has any man seen God; the only begotten Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, he has declared him to be so.″ (King James Version, as well as the bulk of Greek manuscripts) ″It is without a doubt that the secret of our faith is great: He was revealed in flesh, vindicated in spirit, seen by angels, proclaimed among the Gentiles, believed in throughout the world, and carried up into glory.
- (1 Timothy 3:16, New Revised Standard Version) This is the most essential and fundamental teaching of the Bible on God’s manifestation: that the greatest disclosing, displaying, and revealing of God occurred only when Christ began his mission.
Seeing God in the faces of Christ’s disciples The subject of God’s appearance does not come to an end there.It is also taught in the New Testament that Christianity necessitates that men and women become persons who can be looked at and others will not only see Christ but will also see his Father, as Philip should have recognized in Jesus.″To them, God decided to reveal how great among the Gentiles are the riches of the glory of this secret, which is Christ in you, the hope of glory,″ the apostle Paul writes.
- Paul writes in Colossians 1:27 that ″Or do you have a misunderstanding of yourself in that Jesus Christ lives inside you?″ 2 Corinthians 13:5 (New International Version) ″It delighted God…to display His Son in me,″ says the author.
- (15:15-16; Galatians 1:15-16) 5:16 (Matthew 5:16) As you do the same, let your light to shine before others so that they may notice your good deeds and offer praise to your heavenly Father.
- Many more texts in the New Testament exhort believers to demonstrate or manifest Christ than there are verses that encourage believers to anticipate God to present Himself through them.
- Given that the Bible teaches that the only way to be close to God is via Christ, this is exactly what we should anticipate.
- The fundamental encouragement in the New Testament is toward Christ manifestation, Christ revealing, God manifestation, and God revealing, which are all expressions used to describe something we cannot achieve on our own in the context of the New Testament.
However, the passage also contains the following hidden aspiration of Christians, who are at the very least seeking to reveal their Father in the same way that Christ did: The Bible says, ″In the same way, let your light shine before others so that they may see your good deeds and give credit to your Father who is in the heavens.″ (Matthew 5:16; Mark 10:16) The open declaration (Greek revealing, phanerosis) of the truth, on the other hand, commends us to the consciences of all people in the eyes of God.2 Corinthians 4:2 (New International Version) In Matthew 5:16, Christ challenges Philip to see the Father in him, marking the culmination of the lengthy route of manifestations and theophanies that began with Moses in the Old Testament and led to the point where Christ urged Philip to see the Father in him.Christians should allow light to shine since Christ came as the ″real light″ to illuminate the world (John 1:9).And in the second verse above, we see that, in the end, the manifestation of God through the Lord Jesus is something that the gospel asks Christians to strive to imitate and emulate as well.The goal of what Christ revealed to Philip is for us to achieve phanerosis (open expression) of the truth in our speaking, in our teaching, and in our behavior.It is impossible to understand what Christ was saying to the multitude in Jerusalem, let alone to Philip, without first understanding Christ’s claim to be his Father.
Bible Gateway John 14: NIV
- John the 141st Keep your hearts from becoming worried.
- ″ Have faith in God, and have faith in me as well.
- 2 There are many rooms in my Father’s house; if this were not the case, I would have told you.
- I’m heading over there to set up a meeting space for you.
- 3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will return and take you to be with me so that you can be where I am as well as I am with you.
- 4 You’re familiar with the route to the location where I’m heading.″ 5 Thomas challenged him, saying, ″Lord, we don’t know where you’re going, so how can we find our way there?″ 6 Jesus said, ″I am the way, the truth, and the life.
- ″ No one else can bring anybody else to the Father except through me.
- 7 If you truly knew me, you would also be familiar with my Father.
- From this point forward, you are aware of him and have seen him.″ 8 Philip said, ″Lord, just show us the Father, and that would be sufficient for us.″ 9 Jesus responded, ″Don’t you know who I am, Philip, even after all this time that I have been among you?″ Anyone who has seen me has also seen the Father, and vice versa.
- You don’t know how to say, ″Show us the Father.″ 10 What makes you think I am not a part of the Father and that the Father is not a part of me?
- You should know that the words I speak to you are not solely mine.
- Instead, it is the Father, who is present in me, who is carrying out his mission.
11 Believe me when I say that I am in the Father and the Father is in me, or at the very least believe me on the basis of the evidence provided by the miracles.I tell you the truth: anyone who has trust in me will do what I have been doing for the past few years.Because I am going to the Father, he will be able to accomplish much greater things than these.
- 13 Also, whatever you ask in my name, I will accomplish, so that the Son may bring glory to the Father through it.
- 14 Any request you make in my name will be met with satisfaction.
- 15 ‘If you truly love me, you will do anything I demand.’ And I will ask the Father, and he will grant you another Counselor who will be with you forever-17 the Spirit of truth – and