Jesus made His passion, crucifixion, and resurrection unmistakable.
He told us the Scriptures that He would fulfill (v. 18).
He told us the details of His crucifixion and resurrection (v. 19).
And He received the “stamp of approval” from His Father (vv. 31, 32).
When Jesus came into Jerusalem, was arrested by the religious leaders, condemned by Pilate, crucified by Roman soldiers, and resurrected three days after His death, no one should have been surprised because Jesus made it unmistakable!
Jesus also told us how to make our belief in all He did for us unmistakable too—“By this will all know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another” (v. 35).
Q—How unmistakeable is my belief in Jesus Christ?
A—It’s directly tied to how evident my love for others is!