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John Chapter 15 for 2015:  “Jesus is the True Vine” (We are the Branches)
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2015 Read thru the Bible in One Year – Daily Bible Readings

April 1 - OT:  Judges 13-15; AP: Tobit 8:7-21; NT:  Luke 6:27-49
April 2 - OT:  Judges 16-18; AP: Tobit 9:1-16; NT:  Luke 7:1-30
April 3 - OT:  Judges 19-21; AP: Tobit 10:1-12; NT: Luke 7:31-50
April 4 - OT:  Ruth 1-4; AP: Tobit 11:1-19; NT: Luke 8:1-25
April 5 - OT:  1 Samuel 1-3; AP: Tobit 12:1-16; NT: Luke 8:26-56
April 6 - OT:  1 Samuel 4-6; AP: Tobit 12:17-13:14; NT: Luke 9:1-17
April 7 - OT:  1 Samuel 7-9; AP: Tobit 13:15-14:15; NT: Luke 9:18-36
April 8 - OT:  1 Samuel 10-12; AP: Judeth 1: 1-16; NT:  Luke 9:37-62
April 9 - OT:  1 Samuel 13-14; AP: Judeth 2:1-16; NT: Luke 10:1-24
April 10 - OT: 1 Samuel 15-16; AP:  Judeth 2:17-3:4; NT:  Luke 10:25-42
April 11 - OT: 1 Samuel 17-18; AP:  Judeth 3:5-4:5; NT: Luke 11:1-28
April 12 - OT: 1 Samuel 19-21; AP: Judeth 4:5-5:6; NT: Luke 11:29-54
April 13 - OT: 1 Samuel 22-24; AP:  Judeth 5:7-24; NT:  Luke 12:1-34
April 14 - OT: 1 Samuel 25-26; AP:  Judeth 6:1-16; NT:  Luke 12:35-59
April 15 - OT: 1 Samuel 27-29; AP:  Judeth 6:17-7:11; NT: Luke 13:1-22
April 16 - OT: 1 Samuel 30-31; AP:  Judeth 7:12-27; NT: Luke 13:23-35
April 17 - OT: 2 Samuel 1-2; AP:  Judeth 7:28-8:12; NT: Luke 14:1-24
April 18 - OT: 2 Samuel 3-5; AP:  Judeth 8:13-29; NT: Luke 14:25-35
April 19 - OT: 2 Samuel 6-8; AP:  Judeth 8:30-9:11; NT: Luke 15:1-10
April 20 - OT: 2 Samuel 9-11; AP: Judeth 9:12-13:8; NT:  Luke 15:11-32
April 21 - OT: 2 Samuel 12-13; AP:  Judeth 13:9-14:5; NT: Luke 16
April 22 - OT: 2 Samuel 14-15; AP:  Judeth 14:6-19; NT: Luke 17:1-19
April 23 - OT: 2 Samuel 16-18; AP:  Judeth 15; NT:  Luke 17:20-37
April 24 - OT: 2 Samuel 19-20; AP:  Judeth 16:1-16; NT: Luke 18:1-27
April 25 - OT: 2 Samuel 21-22; AP:  Judeth 16:17-25; NT:  Luke 18:28-43
April 26 - OT: 2 Samuel 23-24; AP:  Esther 10:4-11:6; NT: Luke 19:1-27
April 27 - OT: 1 Kings 1-2; AP: Esther 11:7-13:5; NT:  Luke 19:28-48
April 28 - OT: 1 Kings 3-5; AP: Esther 13:6-14:4; NT:  Luke 20:1-26
April 29 - OT: 1 Kings 6-7; AP: Esther 14:5-19; NT:  Luke 20:27-47
April 30 - OT: 1 Kings 8-9; AP: Esther 15:1-16; NT:  Luke 21:1-19

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A Message from God’s Word

Gospel of John 15

“Jesus is the True Vine”

John 15:7-8 – Bearing Fruit, “If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you. Herein is my Father glorified, that ye bear much fruit, so shall ye bee my Disciples.”

John expresses a basic teaching of Jesus Christ, that good Roots bear much Fruit. Jesus presented this teaching in numerous ways recorded throughout the Gospels.  Here in this text Jesus establishes that the root of our fruit is to abide in Jesus and his words.  Included is the promise that when we do this that what we ask, shall be done. This principle of God’s and the teaching in the scriptures mean (see Judges 7:9, 16) “God has already done what we have requested.”

The definition of abide: “to wait for to endure without yielding to bear patiently to accept without objection to remain stable or fixed in a state to continue in a place.” This is what Jesus taught and required of all of his followers. And this is where we struggle every day to serve God to the best of our ability thru prayer and fasting seeking to live in God’s way instead of pleasing ourselves in living our own ways.

Jesus even answers for us why this is truth, “Here is in my Father glorified.”  It’s not about us, it all about Him!  Jesus is our answer to the problems we face each and every day for daily life, for moments we find ourselves in crisis, when life gets overwhelming, in all things we face, Jesus can bring balance and direction to our life when we believe God at His Word.  It’s not and easy path but it is healing path.

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