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read each passage carefully . identify if it is a factualrevount factual description . persuasive text or an expository text. the firs one is done for you.
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An approach to teaching that the teacher focuses on the learners and their development.
"This passage of supreme comfort is offered by Jesus in an hour darkened by the shadow of Judas’s treachery and Peter’s failure, only a few hours away from the agony of Gethsemane and death on the cross. Yet the statement conveys a sense of sublime peace, and is intended to minister to the fears of the disciples rather than to Jesus’ own needs. [There are many rooms and He goes to prepare a place] While the road is narrow and the gate small that lead to life (Matt. 7:14), it is also true that the number of Abraham’s children is like the sand on the shore and the stars in the sky (Gen. 22:17), “a great multitude that no one could number” (Rev. 7:9).
Christ prepares the place in heaven for His own, and the Holy Spirit prepares the redeemed on earth for their place in heaven. Rev. 21:1.
In verse 3, Jesus has compared Himself to a ladder between heaven and earth. He is the One who takes His people to heaven.
Verse 6, Not existence as such, but existence in fulfillment of God’s design that we should be His living temple (1:4). [only through me] This is a strong affirmation that Christ alone is the way of salvation. To imagine and proclaim other ways is to mislead people and forget the necessity of His coming and redemption (Acts 4:12; Rom. 10:14, 15; 1 John 5:12)."