You are Gods (John 10:31-42)

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When Jesus states that He and the Father are one, his Jewish hearers want to stone Him for blasphemy. Jesus defends Himself by pointing to an obscure passage in Psalm 82 where God tells people, "you are gods." Then Jesus challenges his hearers, "…and the Scripture cannot be broken." In this lesson we explore the unity of the Father and the Son, then tackle the meaning of the puzzling "you are gods" statement, one which has significant implications on our day-to-day living. We close the lesson by looking at the confidence Jesus had on the inspiration and integrity of the Scriptures, down to the word.  

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