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April 21, 2020

Jn 3:7-15

Jesus challenges Nicodemus’s lack of understanding by asking how it is possible that a Pharisee, a teacher of the Jewish people, does not get what he is saying. He concludes by likening Moses’ serpent on the pole to his being lifted up on the cross in order to gain eternal life for believers.

For years I have prayed, studied, reflected, discussed and sought answers from those wiser than I. Are you amazed when I don’t understand? Perhaps, but better for me, you are kind and patient and don’t give up on me.

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