The phenomenon of hurting without intending to do so can also be explained by referring to the trust and sincerity which are essential in love.
John Jesus did many other miraculous signs in the presence of his disciples, which are not recorded in this book.
But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.
In this regard, we can distinguish three different behavior patterns:(a) Hurting the one who loves you (b) Unintentionally hurting the one you love (c) Intentionally hurting the one you love.
The phenomenon of hurting the one who loves you, which is different from hurting the one we love is common.
However, below the surface of John's writing are layers of rich and profound theology. They are signs that inspire us to trust and believe in him.
The Holy Spirit is a theme in John's Gospel as well.
A lack of reciprocity-that is, the knowledge that the one you love does not love you-is painful and humiliating, because it is a profound blow to your self-esteem.
Unrequited love is painful and this pain can drive you to hurt the one you love.
Some people hurt the one they love unintentionally, while others do so intentionally. There are many cases in which lovers are likely to hurt their beloved without intending to do so. Lovers spend considerable time together, and many activities of each have significant implications for the other person.
Naturally in such circumstances, the lover may unwillingly hurt the beloved.
They had the exclusive privilege of witnessing and testifying about events in the life of Jesus that no others were invited to see.