There are some famous verses on love in Christ’s Last Supper talk in John 13-17.  “Greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends.”

Yet being glorified, he mentions that over and over.  Especially in his prayer.  And it doesn’t appear to be a synonym for going to heaven, the way we tend to use the word.  It’s being used at face value.  Having or acquiring glory.

First there is some conversation about washing the feet and Judas Iscariot.  The actual sermon starts in John 14:31

Now is the Son of Man glorified, and God is glorified in him.

If God be glorified in him, God shall also glorify him in himself, and shall straightway glorify him.

Then Love.  Love.  Love.  Know.  Love.

Believe in me.  Know.  Know.  Know.  I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.  Know.  Know.  Know.

Know.  Believe.  Believe.  Believe.


If  ye love me, keep my commandments.

I live.  Ye shall live.

Love.  Love.  Love.  Love.

Love.  Keep my words.  Love.  Abide.

Remembrance.  Peace.  Peace.

Love.  Rejoice.

Love.  Obey.

Abide.  Abide.  Abide.  Abide.  Abide.


Love.  Love.  Love.  Keep commandments.  Kept commandments.  Abide in love.

Joy.  Joy.  Love.  Love.

Love.  Friends.  Friends.  Obey.  Friends.  Chosen.



Rejoice.  Joy.  Joy.  Rejoice.  Joy. Joy.

Peace.  Good cheer.

Glorify.  Glorify.

Know.  Know.

Glorified.  Finished.

Glorify.  Glory.

Know.  Believe.





Sanctify.  Sanctified.

One.  One.

Glory.  One.  One.

Perfect.  One.  Love.  Love.

Glory.  Love.

Know.  Know.

Love.  Love.

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