• Rodney Kelley

    Contributing sermons since Dec 17, 2005
Rodney's church

West Jacksonville Baptist Church
Jacksonvlle, Florida 32205

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  • The Compliment Of Being Real

    Contributed on Oct 7, 2016
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    Jesus calls Philip and Nathanael

    The Compliment of being Real - John 1:43-51 Intro. We all like compliments. We want to be accepted. All enjoy someone saying good things about them. But how much more important could it be than for the compliment to ring from the God of all the ages! Matthew 25:21 21 His lord said more

  • What Seek Ye?

    Contributed on Oct 7, 2016

    The first disciples seek to follow the Lord

    What Seek Ye? John 1:29-42 Intro. As we study John, we have seen the authenticity of Jesus as the eternal God. John the Baptist is the forerunner who fulfilled prophecy and declared Christ to those in Israel. Now, some that followed Christ, turn to follow the Lord (Text) I. The Meeting more

  • This Is The Son Of God

    Contributed on Oct 7, 2016

    John the Baptist's declaration

    This is the Son of God - John 1:29-34 Intro. It is worth noting, that so far in this first chapter there have been many names of our Lord revealed. The Word, the Light, Jesus Christ, only begotten Son, and the Christ are in the first 28 verses. In our text tonight, there are two more names. more

  • The Voice Of One Crying In The Wilderness

    Contributed on Oct 7, 2016

    The introduction of John the Baptist

    The Voice of One Crying in the Wilderness - John 1:6-8, 15-28 Intro. The John of our Gospel of study is not John the Baptist, but John the Apostle. I. The Clarification of His Person - John 1:6-8, 15-28 A. He was the Forerunner - Isa 40:3 The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, more

  • Who Is Jesus?

    Contributed on Oct 7, 2016
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    First sermon in the series on the Gospel of John.

    Who is Jesus? - John 1:1-13 The Apostle John had watched and examined the Lord for a few years. He has now lived for the Lord for many years. It is believed that this Gospel was the last to be written, about 85 A.D. By the time this book was in the churches, much of the New Testament had more

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