The Root Command

In a Unix computer system, the Root Command is the one that brings the user to the uppermost directory in the file system. With the Root Directory, none of the other files on the system would be able to function. In our reading today from the Gospel of John, Jesus tells his disciples what the Root Command is that binds all Christians together.

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