128 - The Difference Between “With” and “In”

August 25, 2010
Two small words:  "in" and "with."  They almost seem insignificant.  Helpless.  Unimportant.  Just two tiny dots on the landscape of the English language.

But these words, uttered from the mouth of Jesus, have profound meaning and importance.  Consider the following:

"Abide in (not with) Me, and I in (not with) you... If you abide in (not with) Me, and my words abide in (not with) you..."

You know, there may be something to these two tiny words.  Listen and find out...

The following is a study on John 15.