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Truly, I say to you, among those born of women there has arisen no one greater than John the Baptist. Yet the one who is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he.

Matthew 11:11 (ESV)


When Jesus brags about somebody, you know it's true. Jesus said that the greatest prophet who ever lived was his cousin, John the Baptist. He had the ministry of revealing who Christ was by calling people to repentance. And yet, Jesus said the one who is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he (John). How is that possible? What do we have at our disposal that John the Baptist didn't fully have when he was standing in that river baptizing people? 

The Father had not been revealed yet. That's the difference. The revelation of the love of the Father through the person of Jesus wasn't available for anybody until Jesus paid the price on the cross. That is a powerful gift to us all. To know the love of the Father through His Son, in the power of the Holy Spirit. That is marvelous indeed. 

Father, I thank You that I can know You as my Father just the way that Jesus did. I want to know You more. I want to hear Your voice and follow You every day through Your Word. Let it be said of my life that I know You as my Father, Your Son as my Savior and the Holy Spirit as the power of my life. In Jesus' name, Amen!

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Pastor Ed Tandy McGlasson has brought hope and healing to parents and children suffering from divorce, mixed family difficulties, parent/children relationship problems, single parent challenges and the loneliness of orphans and widows.
Through 20 years of healing ministry to families Pastor Ed has discovered a powerful solution to a common cause of family problems.  He has discovered a solution to the fatherless wound.  Most family problems can be traced back generations to wounds caused by different types of fatherlessness.  Pastor Ed's definition of fatherlessness includes fathers and mothers that were emotionally or physically abusive, emotionally or physically absent, or lacked the ability to love their children because they were not loved and blessed by their fathers.

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