Summary: This beautiful prayer, shows us exactly how Christ feels about you and me. It shows not only His devotion to God, but to ensure we continue the mission of making disciples because because of what He has already done.
Summary: Fellowship between believers is sweet. But there is sour fellowship too. Sweet and sour might be good when it comes to dipping sauce but not when it comes to fellowship. Let’s take a look at the different aspects to sweet and sour fellowship.
Summary: In the third part of Jesus' High Priestly prayer Jesus prays for all future believers. In this part of the prayer, Jesus shows the significance of sharing in the Unity and Oneness of the the Godhead.
Summary: The Gospels record 17 specific occasions when Jesus prayed.
Jesus prayed at different times of the day.
He prayed in different places.
Sometimes He prayed on His own, and sometimes when His Disciples were with Him.
Summary: God is intimate with His creation. God is very intimate with the Believer. In the intimacy of the divine and the believer there is fellowship and dialogue. It is this intimacy with the living God that makes the believer unique in the world.
Summary: There can be no doubt that Christians have many disagreements. However, Christ calls us to be one, and we need to acknowledge our differences, but love one another, celebrate the beliefs that we share, and learn to work more fully as one.
Summary: To establish that unity is possible only when all agree to follow the divine standard of God -- the bible, which brings unity to the body of Christ. This lesson encourages all believer to strive for the unity of the faith.
Summary: That all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me. - John 17:21 The world is helpless divided as people have strong opinions on so many different top ..
Summary: What is servant evangelism: It is demonstrating the kindness of God, The Love God, by offering to do some act of humble service, with no strings attached. We never fully know what small act of kindness will touch and transform a life.
Summary: The purpose of this sermon is two-fold: to explore Jesus’ prayer for unity and the Scriptural mandates for unity to occur; and secondly, to enlist the congregation’s commitment to see it happen among us!
Summary: You are going to make it because Jesus Himself is praying for you. Our text tells us that Jesus does pray for us in heaven. We will also examine other passages that tell us how Jesus has prayed for us, and how He is praying still.