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The New Relationship of Mutual Indwelling (John 15.1–17)

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The Johannine mashal of the vine and branches portrays the new relationship for the people of God in the post-resurrection period: the Pentecostal day of the Paraclete will be the occasion when Jesus is ‘in them’, expressed in the ‘abiding’ language. Jesus affirms one vital aspect of the Paraclete – to effect a mutual indwelling. Through the vine-symbolism, Jesus announces the privileges of the new relationship of abiding and natural fruit-bearing; it will be shown that lasting fruit designates new converts who will continue in their newfound faith, thereby leading to the advance of God’s fame.

Affiliations: 1: School of Divinity, Regent University, Virginia Beach, USA,


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