Sermon Series
  • 1. The Deity Of Christ

    Contributed on Mar 24, 2008

    John begins his gospel by establishing the deity of Christ.

    John 1:1-5 “The Deity of Christ” I. In the Beginning (1) • John wants to make sure that before we begin to talk about what Jesus taught or the sacrifice He came to make; we must first understand who Jesus really is  High Christology • “In the Beginning” what do you think about more

  • 2. That Divine Light

    Contributed on Apr 2, 2008

    John the Baptist came to herald the light of the world that brought salvation to those who believe, receive, and become.

    John 1:6-13 “That Divine Light” I. The Witness (6-8) • Vs. 6 • Background -- *Luke 1:5-17; 36-41; Matthew 11:7-11 • Jesus called him the greatest of all God’s prophets o John was both a prophet and a priest; a prophet represented God to the people, while a priest represented the more

  • 3. Aspects Of Grace

    Contributed on Apr 11, 2008
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    Jesus is the embodiment of grace and truth.

    John 1:14-18 “Aspects of Grace” I. Grace and Truth (14) • Vs. 14 Again John leaves no room for the belief that Christ had not become a physical man. o This one verse is the entire birth account of Jesus that is found in John. • The Greek word for “dwelt” is similar to the word that is more

  • 4. The Testimony Of John

    Contributed on Apr 23, 2008

    John the Baptist’s testimony of the Lord Jesus Christ.

    John 1:19-28 “The Testimony of John” I. The Question (19-22) • Vv. 19-20 John the Baptist’s voice breaks 400 years of silence. • “The Jews” is used by John to describe many groups within the Jewish community; here it is referring particularly to the Pharisees. • Background on the Jews more

  • 5. The Testimony Of John (Cont.)

    Contributed on Apr 30, 2008

    John the Baptist continues his testimony about Jesus, the Lamb of God, the Son of God.

    John 1:29-34 “The Testimony of John(cont.)” 1. The Lamb of God (29) • Vs. 29 Significance of the Lamb o Genesis 4:2-5 o Genesis 22:7-8 o Exodus 12:3-5, 12-13 o Isaiah 53:7 o 1 Peter 1:19 • takes away lit. means “to destroy.” • sin means “state of sinfulness;” also the “moral more