At the very beginning of his ministry, Ezekiel is required to fully digest the message he is called upon to deliver.
This Chapter is easily one of the most memorable in the Bible. It starts with a private conversation that Jesus had with Nicodemus, a member of the Jewish ruling council. Then we’ll hear about Jesus from John the Baptist. Important verses in this chapter are the well-known John 3:16, which explains the gospel in one verse, and John 3:30, which summarizes discipleship in one verse: “He must increase, but I must decrease.”
Study Notes: John03.pdf