This devotional focuses on the twenty-five statements Jesus made in the book of John where He emphasized or punctuated these statements with the phrase Verily, verily. Verily, verily is a strong idiom in Hebrew - forceful - doubly true. When used in this manner, it means more than just truly, truly... When a Jew repeated a word twice as Jesus did when He said, verily, verily it meant more than truly, it means absolutely and most definitely true. I am reminded of the naval term Now hear this. What Jesus has to say after these exclamations is very important and mattered eugh for the Lord of all creation to mark each of these utterances with such distinction. One other te before we look at each of these verses - please te that they all are contained in the book of John. The book of John is very special in many ways and these verses are yet ather one of those ways. So, let's listen and tune into those things the Lord of all creation emphasized so emphatically as we draw closer to the author and source of life itself.