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In volume two, Gordon Keddie concludes his commentary on John by analyzing its last nine chapters.

of the servants of my lord’ (1 Sam. 25:41). In a similar vein, when John the Baptizer said he was not fit to loose Jesus’ sandals, he was saying in effect that he was not fit even to be the servant who would wash his feet before a meal! At the Last Supper, there was no servant present, and it therefore fell to the disciples to perform this task. None of them volunteered, however, and it was Jesus who was to take on the role of the servant. In so doing, he acted out a living parable of his love for
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