A Lamp to My Feet Reminder – John 3:16

This past week we had the pleasure to take a look at a short verse, compared to the passages we have been working on, which is also an extremely fascinating verse. I don’t want to steal any of your thunder, so I’ll hold off on getting preachy on what I love about this verse and learned from it and save it for another time. But one thing that is incredible about this verse is that God sent his Son, his one and only Son, to the earth. Just thinking about that part of the verse itself is unfathomable, but true.  
I invite you to share your findings on John 3:16 in the comments below. What does this verse mean? What did you learn? What stands out to you? 
If you didn’t get a chance to complete this week’s “challenge” feel free to take a look at our verse this week below and comment with what you love most about this verse. 

John 3:16 (ESV) 

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.
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A Lamp to my Feet: John 3:16

This week we are looking at a verse that is familiar to anyone who owns a Bible or has ever set foot in a church building or attending a revival of some kind: John 3:16.

John 3:16 (ESV)

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. 

The reason I chose this verse for this week is because we (in the United States) celebrate Thanksgiving this week. While we have a lot of things to be thankful for, especially in this country, the one thing that all Christians should reflect on this week is the Love that God demonstrated towards us by putting his Son on the cross. Even this exercise, of thinking of what God did for us in that moment, is overdone in churches today. It has become an exercise that is meaningless, unfortunately.

I encourage you to take advantage of the short verse this week, and one that you probably already have memorized, and do an in-depth study of it. You will be surprised at how much meaning is packed into those twenty-four words. Through your study of the verse I hope that it’s truth becomes even more real to you today and will begin to show you just how amazing God’s Love is.

I look forward to reading your findings as you share them later in the week.

Have fun!!