Key Idea: In the first part of our Lord’s high priestly prayer, He prays for himself, that he might once again enjoy the glory which He had with the Father before the Incarnation.
Key Idea: In the final section of the Last Supper discourse, Jesus offers his disciples comfort “built around three realities. You have one who loves you. You have one who can be trusted with your life in time and eternity. And you have one who has planned a hope for you.”
–John MacArthur “The Hope That Overcomes the World”
Key Idea: What was the goal of Jesus’ teaching that last night before His crucifixion? That His disciples might have peace of mind in and through and on account of Him during the trials to come.
Key Idea: The Holy Spirit is not a force but a person, co-equal and co-eternal with the other members of the Godhead—the Father and the Son. He is intimately involved in all that God does, but especially in the work of creation and redemption.