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Jesus promises the new creation that begins at Pentecost. We humans usually desire the fulfillment of promises sooner rather than later. Promises are all well and good, but what about today? we ask. Philip bluntly asks Jesus to show him and the others the Father. Exactly what Philip means by...

Jesus, Lord and Savior, allow me to see clearly who you are, allow me to see you clearly in other people, and allow me to trust your promises so completely that I take my part in bringing to fruition God’s new creation. Amen.


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