1-15: Jesus healed a man on the Sabbath. Since He could have chosen another day, it seems that He was unconcerned at the Jews' predictable reaction.
The point that healing was more important than legalistic requirements has a spiritual as well as earthly application.
16-18: Their attack was not just about the Sabbath, but "making Himself equal with God" (note these are John's words, not the Jews).
19-47: Jesus gives a comprehensive summary of His relationship with His Father. His claims are unequivocal - *He is God.* Believing this is the key to eternal life (vv 24, 38 & 40.)
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