I confessed to you guys a while back that in our journey through John’s gospel, for some crazy reason, I just skipped a section. It was completely unintentional. It was just the spreadsheet I have and I plan, and one row just got skipped.
Today we’re going back to that, which is John, chapter 3, verses 22 to 36. We’re grabbing that before we hop back in to where we were going and where we’ve been, which is the end of chapter 4. Just to let you guys know that. If you guys had no idea, well then forget I just told you that, and just enjoy the ride this morning through John’s gospel.
Most of you in here have probably had the opportunity or have been asked at some time to give a recommendation of another person. If you’re in the professional world, you’ve probably been asked to give a recommendation of someone whom you’ve either worked with or maybe who has worked for you. If you’re an educator, maybe some of the students you had who came up and they began applying for jobs. Either you had them in a college atmosphere or you had them in a high school atmosphere. They began asking you for recommendations.
It’s a unique experience giving a recommendation. You can have kind of maybe one of two (varying of two) extremes. Sometimes you could be so excited to give a recommendation about someone, because maybe they worked for you, you worked with them, they were a student of yours. You were just thrilled to be able to share about them with someone else. Maybe there are other circumstances where you didn’t feel quite as thrilled. Maybe you didn’t even know quite what to say when you were asked to give a recommendation for someone.
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