John, the beloved apostle, maintained his humanity, like the rest of the authors of scriptures, when he wrote his gospel. He wrote with his own style, mannerisms, and how he structured his narrative.
It is very common in any Christian circles to hear a discussion about the “leading of or walking in the Holy Spirit”. Well at least in my experience. But regardless of being a buzz phrase in Christianity, many Christians today doesn’t really know what the leading and walking in Spirit really means. Some says that it is to have an extraordinary encounter with God. Others will tell you that the leading of the Holy Spirit is the subjective emotions or feelings that we are experiencing, commonly called “personal convictions”. Still some would argue that we are being led by the Spirit if we’re bent on obeying the commandments of God in the Bible. So which is it?
In the old testament, the glory of God is always something to be feared. Not only feared in the sense of reverence and awe but something to be afraid of because it can kill you for no one can see the face of God and live(Exodus 33:20, Hebrews 12:21).