Sermons on John
John 4:19-24 Psalm 98:4-9
Luke 22:31-34 John 21:3-11 John 21:15-19
When I face challenges, do I factor in God’s provision? Am I looking to Jesus to satisfy my spiritual hunger? How hungry am I for more of God? John 6:1-15 John 6:25-40 John 6:51-56 John 6:66-69 Matthew 5:6
God’s names reveal various aspects of His character. This week we study God’s most personal name: the name Yahweh, meaning “I AM.”
The apostles have a crown on their minds, but Jesus had a cross on His. Christ teaches us that service is true greatness. Serve out of gratitude for what He has done.
It is easy to have a personal image of God or Jesus, but the Holy Spirit is more difficult. However, the Holy Spirit is relational. He is our helper, our counselor, our teacher. He is the spirit of truth the spotlight on Jesus. Holy Spirit empower us set us ablaze.
Reasons to believe in the Resurrection of Christ and why does it matter? Jesus didn’t come to make bad people good, but to make dead people live. He defeated death. Be steadfast in knowing it is not in vain.
Many of us have asked, “who is God?” We have a God that is relational. God is tri – unity, the trinity. Relational since before creation. And He speaks human because He wants a relationship with us.
There is a shift in how this culture sees community. It is not as deep. It is not as frequent. But we still need that community. The Church should be meeting this role. Pursue community in Christ.
Humanity has a desperate need for meaning. Jesus offers us that meaning and a life abundant.
One could say that Peter’s relationship with Jesus was an emotional roller-coaster, moments of historically spiritual highs and lows. We often project Jesus as having a negative attitude toward our failures, but we see from His relationship with Peter that isn’t the case. Offer your whole self and be redeemed by Jesus to be used for His good.
Jesus didn’t just see a crowd he saw individuals with eternal worth. Can we see people in the same way and change a life?