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Having heard & observed, these Gentiles were attracted or drawn to Jesus & they wanted to believe in Him, they wanted to "know" Him. Jesus therefore challenges them & us - to die that we might live
Series: Easter
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 12:20-12:26
Shared: 4/22/2014
People struggle for their life. They fight for their right and wrestle for their greatness - only to find that it is the other way around that we can find them.
Scripture: John 12:24-12:26
Shared: 2/5/2011
Heather is a single 30-year-old hairstylist from British Columbia. When asked why don’t you attend Church? This was her reply:
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 12:26
Shared: 5/31/2001
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: John 12:20-12:26
Tags: none
Shared: 10/18/2000
Using John 12:20-26 I talk about genuine servanthood. (A pre-mission trip sermon.)
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 12:20-12:26
Shared: 6/28/2002
A True Priority
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 12:24-12:26
Shared: 2/18/2005
This sermon illustrates the importance of servanthood (Taken from Dr.Charles Stanly’s radio broadcast)
Scripture: John 12:24-12:26
Shared: 8/24/2005
# 34 in series. Jesus states three amazing paradoxes, Life comes through death, Life comes through spending it, Greatness comes through service.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 12:20-12:26
Shared: 1/22/2008
As disciples of Christ we have to dare to give up all that we are to become all that Jesus wants us to be
Denomination: Wesleyan
Scripture: John 12:23-12:26
Shared: 11/26/2007
Having an encounter with the Lord or the experience of seeing Jesus is fundamental to genuine Christian experience.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: John 12:20-12:26
Shared: 1/19/2010