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19 “All right,” Jesus replied. “Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.”

20 “What!” they exclaimed. “It has taken forty-six years to build this Temple, and you can rebuild it in three days?” 21 But when Jesus said “this temple,” he meant his own body. 22 After he was raised from the dead, his disciples remembered he had said this, and they believed both the Scriptures and what Jesus had said.

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14 And as Moses lifted up the bronze snake on a pole in the wilderness, so the Son of Man must be lifted up,

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Jesus replied, “Now is not the right time for me to go, but you can go anytime. The world can’t hate you, but it does hate me because I accuse it of doing evil. You go on. I’m not going[a] to this festival, because my time has not yet come.”

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Footnotes

  1. 7:8 Some manuscripts read not yet going.

33 But Jesus told them, “I will be with you only a little longer. Then I will return to the one who sent me. 34 You will search for me but not find me. And you cannot go where I am going.”

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20 Jesus made these statements while he was teaching in the section of the Temple known as the Treasury. But he was not arrested, because his time[a] had not yet come.

The Unbelieving People Warned

21 Later Jesus said to them again, “I am going away. You will search for me but will die in your sin. You cannot come where I am going.”

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  1. 8:20 Greek his hour.

28 So Jesus said, “When you have lifted up the Son of Man on the cross, then you will understand that I am he.[a] I do nothing on my own but say only what the Father taught me.

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  1. 8:28 Greek When you have lifted up the Son of Man, then you will know that I am. “Son of Man” is a title Jesus used for himself.

11 “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd sacrifices his life for the sheep.

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15 just as my Father knows me and I know the Father. So I sacrifice my life for the sheep.

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“That perfume was worth a year’s wages.[a] It should have been sold and the money given to the poor.” Not that he cared for the poor—he was a thief, and since he was in charge of the disciples’ money, he often stole some for himself.

Jesus replied, “Leave her alone. She did this in preparation for my burial.

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  1. 12:5 Greek worth 300 denarii. A denarius was equivalent to a laborer’s full day’s wage.

23 Jesus replied, “Now the time has come for the Son of Man[a] to enter into his glory.

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  1. 12:23 “Son of Man” is a title Jesus used for himself.

32 And when I am lifted up from the earth, I will draw everyone to myself.” 33 He said this to indicate how he was going to die.

34 The crowd responded, “We understood from Scripture[a] that the Messiah would live forever. How can you say the Son of Man will die? Just who is this Son of Man, anyway?”

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Footnotes

  1. 12:34 Greek from the law.

Jesus Predicts Peter’s Denial

31 As soon as Judas left the room, Jesus said, “The time has come for the Son of Man[a] to enter into his glory, and God will be glorified because of him. 32 And since God receives glory because of the Son,[b] he will give his own glory to the Son, and he will do so at once.

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Footnotes

  1. 13:31 “Son of Man” is a title Jesus used for himself.
  2. 13:32 Several early manuscripts do not include And since God receives glory because of the Son.

When everything is ready, I will come and get you, so that you will always be with me where I am.

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24 If I hadn’t done such miraculous signs among them that no one else could do, they would not be guilty. But as it is, they have seen everything I did, yet they still hate me and my Father. 25 This fulfills what is written in their Scriptures[a]: ‘They hated me without cause.’

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Footnotes

  1. 15:25 Greek in their law. Pss 35:19; 69:4.

Sadness Will Be Turned to Joy

16 “In a little while you won’t see me anymore. But a little while after that, you will see me again.”

17 Some of the disciples asked each other, “What does he mean when he says, ‘In a little while you won’t see me, but then you will see me,’ and ‘I am going to the Father’?

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