JOHN 3: 33-36. The Certified Revealer

Not only is Jesus an able and willing Revealer, he is also certified to reveal God’s truth. When you go to a doctor’s office, you look on the wall to see a proper medical-school diploma. When a police officer shows up at your door, you ask to see proper identification. How much more important is a proper certification for One who claims to bring saving truth from heaven and from God!

CREATION. Realm of Miracles

Even when they are fully satisfied with the attribution of an event to the supernatural activity of God and so its designation as a miracle requires a distinctive act of spiritual intuition. Creation and the realm of Miracles


John reminds us that we all begin as those who are “of the earth” and, therefore, earthly in our thinking. When you start studying the Bible, you will find it contradicting many things you have always assumed. Since Jesus is the one person who can reveal the truth from heaven, we should hunger for his truth to escape the errors we have been trained as willing disciples eager to advance from earthly to heavenly thinking through Christ’s Word

God and the Moral Absolute

Our soul is our conscience and our pathway to God. Unless we seek that objective link and are grounded in its very existence to God, we will continue to hear and see with our eyes and ears, but never with our hearts. Our hearts and soul are the gateways to God’s Word, and the OT reminds us of that.
God and the Moral Absolutes anchored in him provide the path.

Jesus and the Baptist continued ministry JOHN 3:22-24

Therefore, this is the reason for the statement and not the self-evident fact that the Baptist’s work ceased when he was cast into prison. That also is why John has the article: had been cast “into the prison,” referring his readers to this famous prison and the Baptist’s confinement there, which they knew of the other evangelists.