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  John 1:6-8 What is the purpose about being a witness?  By definition a witness is someone who has, who claims to have, or is thought, by someone with authority to induce testimony, to have knowledge relevant to an event or other matter of interest. In law a witness is someone who, either voluntarily or under compulsion, provides testimonial evidence, either oral or written, of what he or she knows or claims to know about the matter before some official authorized to take such testimony.   What usefulness does a witness play in our lives?  Well firstly, we wouldn’t have much to talk about when it came to news or current events or court cases that require witnesses to the crime or event.  If you think about a witness plays a crucial role in today’s society.  Why? We are people who need more information, warnings signs when it comes to doing anything or believing something.  This is why you should read the comments about a product on Amazon before you add it to your cart.  This


  John 1:4-5 There is a story about a father who told his son he would send him to sleep in the attic, with only bread and water for supper, if he broke the laws of the home once more. The child disobeyed again and was sent to the attic! But the father couldn’t eat, because he had the boy on his heart the whole time.  His wife said “I know what you’re thinking, but you must not bring the boy from the attic. It would cause him to disobey again. He would have no respect for your word. You must not cheapen your relationship as his father by failing to keep your promise.”  To which the husband replied “You’re right! I will not break my word. To do so would cause my son to lose respect for my word. But he is so lonely up there.”  He kissed his wife good night, entered the attic, ate bread and water with his son….and when the child went to sleep on the hard floor, his father’s arm was his pillow……. “He who knew no sin suffered for the sinner!”     This is exactly what the gospel