As he ends a long prayer to his Father, Jesus is the Messiah whose life, death, and resurrection are God's saving act for humanity prays for his disciples and future believers. He asks that his followers might be unified, bearing witness to God’s love.
At the conclusion of the Last Supper is another term for the Lord's Supper. The term refers specifically to the final meal Jesus shared with his disciples before his crucifixion. Christians believe that the sacrament of the Lord's Supper (also "communion" or "the Eucharist") was established by Jesus at the..., Jesus prays that all his followers might be one. His prayer looks forward to the time after Easter, when his disciples will bring many to faith through the witness of the gospel. According to John’s Gospel, unity is an expression of love. Christians find their unity in the love they receive from God, and they express this unity in the love they give to others. John’s Gospel does not assume that Christian unity requires any one form of church organization. All of Jesus’ followers are simply known as “disciples” in John’s Gospel. Unity happens wherever Christians are commonly rooted in the love of Christ, and it is expressed whenever Christians join together in love and witness.