Do You Love Me?

by | May 10, 2015 | The Gospel of John: Life in the Son

In this text we see Jesus gently restore Peter 3 times, once for every time Peter denied him the night Jesus was arrested. Peter is in the midst of owning the two things we must all own – our great weakness and Jesus’ great grace. In this sermon we see that God’s great grace in Jesus Christ is more than sufficient to cover our need.

Read the passage here: “John 21:15-17”

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