John 10:30

I and my Father are one.

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for John 10:30

I and my father are one.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

"I and the Father are one."
- New American Standard Version (1995)

I and the Father are one.
- American Standard Version (1901)

I and my Father are one.
- Basic English Bible

I and the Father are one.
- Darby Bible

I and my Father are one.
- Webster's Bible

I and the Father are one."
- Weymouth Bible

I and the Father are one."
- World English Bible

Y and the fadir ben oon.
- Wycliffe Bible

I and the Father are one.'
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible Commentary for John 10:30

Wesley's Notes for John 10:30

10:30 I and the Father are one - Not by consent of will only, but by unity of power, and consequently of nature. Are - This word confutes Sabellius, proving the plurality of persons: one - This word confutes Arius, proving the unity of nature in God. Never did any prophet before, from the beginning of the world, use any one expression of himself, which could possibly be so interpreted as this and other expressions were, by all that heard our Lord speak. Therefore if he was not God he must have been the vilest of men.

People's Bible Notes for John 10:30

Joh 10:30,31 I and [my] Father are one. Are so united that the Father is pledged to keep the sheep of the Son. These words the Jews held to be blasphemy, and sought to stone him. Compare 8:52.

Discussion for John 10:30

  • VICTOR VILLALOVOS on John 10:30
    Amen! They are one Even as We Are One With Them As Well According to Jesus Christ The SON Of God John 17:22 (KJV) And the glory which thou gavest me I have given them; that they may be one, even as we are one:
  • Chris - in Reply on John 10:30
    Great Scripture. And we can never forget John 17:5. The Glory which Jesus had was laid aside so that He could become God's Son & the Son of Man.
  • VICTOR VILLALOVOS - in Reply on John 10:30
    Hey Chris would you like to do a Bible study with me you can find me on fb or YouTube let me know and I will send the info

    John 17:8 (KJV) For I have given unto them the words which thou gavest me; and they have received them, and have known surely that I came out from thee, and they have believed that thou didst send me.
  • Winnie - in Reply on John 10:30
    Looks like the trinity just exploded , all is well !
  • Poch Suzara on John 10:30
    If. as Jesus revealed as a truth in the bible, also known as the GOOD BOOK, that "I AND MY FATHER ARE ONE" - John 10:30 - why would Jesus, as the only begotten Son of God, while crucified and dying on cross cry out loud: "MY GOD, MY GOD, WHY HAST THOU FORSAKEN ME?" Matt. 27:46

    Poch Suzara
  • T - in Reply on John 10:30
    There can be no sin near God. As Jesus and the Father are one, in that moment a separation had to occur. Jesus TOOK ON, ALL sin. That sin had to be separated from God. The English translation for the word 'enkataleipo' (Greek) is abandoned or left behind. That sin had to be abandoned and left behind. Jesus, the man of flesh who took on the sin, was left behind. Jesus in resurrection of Spirit was not abandoned.
  • Mishael - in Reply on John 10:30
    Comment only: Jesus experienced the pain of being separated from His Father.

    If we were more sensitive we would feel that too when we sin knowing full well that we are doing it.

    A conscience that feels no pain is seared. just like a strip steak you throw on a burning hot skillet.

    Jesus suffered through pain of separation for every human mentioned in John 3:16. All humanity: from Genesis to Revelation.
  • Harish BJ on John 10:30
    God is Trinity. Example: My name is Harish God Let 's divide my body into 3 parts: 1 My head assume that it is 'Father ' 2 My body from neck to stomach assume that it is 'Son ' 3 My legs from stomach to toes assume that it is 'Holy Sprit ' All the 3 parts are different and it is linked. If any one part also is removed then I am no more Harish God . All the above 3 parts put together becomes Harish God . My Head Father controls itself and the other 2 parts. Note: Jesus said, "My father is greater than I. " Brain head Father is greater than any other parts of the body because it has control over all the parts of the body. I hope you understood the Holy Trinity.
  • Peter on John 10:30
    As I understand this phrase, when Jesus spoke of his Oneness with his Father, he was describing His Ultimate Reality the Spiritual Essence at the heart of His Being. He was not making a special claim about his physical self, Jeshua of Nazareth. The Bible reports that he also said, 'All these things that I have done will you also do, and even greater things than these. ' Jesus is described in the Gospel as "God s Only Son ". God has one Son, not many. I don 't understand that to mean that Jesus was God 's Child and we are not. Rather, God has One Spiritual Child and we are all It. Our Real Identity is God 's Son. In other words, we are not many spirits, souls or bodies. We are One Spirit. In the Father, I am you and you are me. This explains why when I help another person feel happy, I experience happiness myself. It is why when I love my neighbour I am loving myself. These teachings are difficult if not impossible for our intellect to grasp, yet when we ponder them in stillness and in quiet, we may find that they speak to our Soul. Through meditation on the words, we may come to an appreciation of a truth towards which words can only point. We experience this as the peace which passes all understanding the Peace of God.

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