The Reedy Flash
The Pastor's Corner
Greetings my Brother's and Sister's in Christ,
The Reedy Baptist Church Family prays that your faith is well founded and you have a solid relationship with God.
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Please bear with us as we continue to grow in Christ.
In His Service Always,
The story of the feeding ends in v. 14 with the evangelist’s notation that the people recognized the sign[s]. Because of that recognition, they concluded that Jesus was “the Prophet who is to come into the world” (6:14). This statement has all the earmarks of a confession like that of the Samaritan affirmation (4:42) in which there is a faith assertion that Jesus was the expected one (ho erchomenos, “the coming one”) who was to be like the prophet Moses (cf. Deut 18:15).
Gerald L. Borchert, John 1–11, vol. 25A, The New American Commentary (Nashville: Broadman & Holman Publishers, 1996), 256.
Deacons and Deaconess of Reedy Baptist Church along with Pastor Collins.