WHY DID JESUS ASK PETER 3 TIMES DO YOU LOVE ME? – What did Jesus and Peter actually say?

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Have you ever wondered why Jesus asked Peter 3 times – “Peter, do you love me?” And Peter answered, “Yes Lord, you know I love you.” Some people say it’s because Peter needed to reverse his 3 denials of Jesus Christ. Others say it’s because Jesus was trying to get a commitment out of Peter to lead the church and feed his sheep. Some say it was because Jesus was looking for a confession of unwavering faith and obedience cemented by 3 confessions (promises).

However – I will show you an amazing and powerful revelation in the Greek language of what was actually said and conveyed by each of them!! There is a tremendous revelation hidden in the Greek text, and therefore many people will simply never see or know what actually happened between Jesus and Peter.

In this video, I’ll define and discuss some Greek terms, build a quick and brief foundation, and then I’ll move into the absolutely beautiful and stunning revelation hidden in the text and show you what actually happened.

I saw this revelation years ago and have never forgotten the impact it had on me. Now, I’ve decided to put it into video form in order to share it with you so you can be blessed, impacted, and changed as I have been.

Please pray and make a commitment to remove all distractions so you can focus on the things I’m saying and putting on the screen. If you pay attention to everything from beginning to ending – I believe you will have an incredible emotional, mental and spiritual experience from the Lord as you analyze your own life, motives, desires, plans and where you currently stand with the Lord.

God bless and I’ll see ya in the video.
Theo Heartsill.

0:00 – Intro
1:48 – 6 Greek word for love. Ludus, Eros, Philia, Storge, Pragma, Agape
6:57 – Agape, verb form and noun form
8:32 – Greater love hath no man
9:01 – God is love
12:04 – You shall love the Lord
12:56 – 1 Cor 13 – love
16:43 – Jesus and Peter’s exchange and the revelation