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The Rev. Peter Panagore


John 17:20-26

7th Sunday of Easter/ Ascension Sunday - Year C

May 12, 2013

The Rev. Peter Panagore (UCC)

Let's listen in to Jesus speaking in St. John's book.

Jesus says, "My prayer."

He is praying as he speaks and prayer is the first thing in this passage. Jesus prays. We should pray. Imitate him.

Jesus says, "My prayer is not for them alone."

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