The lectionary gospel reading for Easter 6 in Year A (this Sunday) is the next section of John 14.15–21.
The passage begins and ends with the integration of love and obedience—but then focuses on the role of the Spirit as ‘another Helper’ (Paraclete). What does this mean, and why is it significant in this context?
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