Sermon Series
  • 1. I Am The Light Of The World

    Contributed on May 14, 2007
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    Why did Jesus use "Light" to explain His deity to people? In what way does Light speak to us today?

    May, 2007 I AM the Light of the World John 1:1-9 John 8:12 INTRODUCTION: Jesus’ claim to be “the light of the world” is one of SEVEN claims in the scriptures concerning His deity. In the next few weeks I will be talking about three of the other claims. In various scriptures, He talks more

  • 2. I Am The Door

    Contributed on May 20, 2007
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    One of the claims of Jesus was that He is the Door to salvaton. Using the Eastern sheepfolds, He makes His point clearly to illustrate access to salvation.

    May, 2007 I AM the Door John 10:1-10 INTRODUCTION: Eastern sheepfolds had only one door which was guarded by a shepherd at night. Most of the sheepfolds were made out of rough stone or mud-brick structures with a partial roof or a cave in the hills. It had a single opening to protect more

  • 3. I Am The Bread Of Life

    Contributed on May 25, 2007
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    Jesus made His claims through ordinary lessons from life which people could relate to. In this case he used BREAD.

    May, 2007 I AM the Bread of Life John 6:5-58 INTRODUCTION: John chapter 6 opens with the scene where a great crowd of people have gathered to hear Jesus. It is getting late in the day; and Jesus, wanting to test Philip, asked, “Where can we buy bread to feed all of these people.” Philip more

  • 4. I Am The Way

    Contributed on May 25, 2007
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    Jesus made the claim that He is the WAY to the Father although many people claim that there are different routes. Scripture gives his claims in order that we not be deceived.

    May, 2007 I AM the Way John 14:1-6 INTRODUCTION: In this chapter Jesus brought out the I AM claim in a different setting. The disciples were confused and troubled. Jesus could see their anxiety in their faces. Things were leading up to the crucifixion. They may have felt they didn’t more