Sermon Series
  • 1. Overview Of The Gospel Of John

    Contributed on Apr 20, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 513 views

    This message is an overview of the Gospel of John. The series followed with an emphasis on the deity of Christ and His miracle (signs) which point to Him being the Savior.

    Authorship: Two Plausible Options – John, the apostle or Johaninne School. Author identifies himself as “the disciple whom Jesus loved. Some say John the Elder or John the son of Zebedee. Recipients: Probably Christians living in Ephesus. (More specifically, Jews who became Christians and ...read more

  • 2. Introducing Christ

    Contributed on Apr 20, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,946 views

    This is part one of a series of messages in the Gospel of John.

    INTRODUCTION: John’s gospel is different from the others. There is no genealogy, no manger scene, no boyhood, no temptation, no Mount of transfiguration, and no Gethsemane. There are only a few special miracles chosen by John as “signs.” We have the famous “I AM” sayings of Jesus and many ...read more

  • 3. "First Sign" Changing Water Into Wine

    Contributed on Apr 20, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,380 views

    This message is part of a series in the Gospel of John.

    INTRODUCTION: The gospel of John is the gospel of belief. The purpose for this fourth gospel is expressly stated, “And truly Jesus did many other signs in the presence of His disciples, which are not written in this book; but these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son ...read more

  • 4. "Second Sign" Healing Of The Nobleman's Son

    Contributed on Apr 20, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 901 views

    This message is part of a series in the Gospel of John.

    INTRODUCTION: The book of John is structured topically. Chapters 1- 12 primarily focus on the “Seven Signs” and Chapters 13 – 20 focus on the glory of God. Interwoven is the gospel message. Jesus is God in the flesh and the hope for fallen humanity. This he declares through Seven “I AM” statements ...read more

  • 5. "Third Sign" Healing At The Pool

    Contributed on Apr 20, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,223 views

    This message is part of a series in the Gospel of John.

    INTRODUCTION: This sign is different than the first two. The first sign which took place at a wedding Jesus was informed of the need by his mother. The second sign which was the healing of a dying boy Jesus was sought out by the boy’s father. This sign we see Jesus seeking a man who had been ...read more

  • 6. "Fourth Sign" Feeding The 5,000

    Contributed on Apr 21, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,042 views

    This is part of a series on the Gospel of John.

    INTRODUCTION: This is the fourth sign pointing to the deity of Jesus. This miracle is included in all four Gospels (See Mt.14:13-21; Mk. 6:30-44; Lk. 9:10-17). It held strong appeal, especially for those who had learned of Israel’s experience in the wilderness when God “rained down manna upon them ...read more

  • 7. "Sixth Sign" Healing Of A Man Born Blind

    Contributed on May 3, 2017
     | 887 views

    This is a part of a series on the Gospel of John.

    INTRODUCTION: This man had never seen a sunrise, sunset, a flower, or anything. He grew up in a world of darkness. This man’s blindness was not punishment for his sin or his parent’s sin. However, it is true that he would not be blind if it were not for the Fall of man and curse of sin. This ...read more

  • 7. "Sixth Sign" Healing Of A Man Born Blind

    Contributed on May 3, 2017
     | 887 views

    This is a part of a series on the Gospel of John.

    INTRODUCTION: This man had never seen a sunrise, sunset, a flower, or anything. He grew up in a world of darkness. This man’s blindness was not punishment for his sin or his parent’s sin. However, it is true that he would not be blind if it were not for the Fall of man and curse of sin. This ...read more

  • 8. "Fifth Sign" Jesus Walking On The Water

    Contributed on Apr 26, 2017
     | 937 views

    This is part of a series on the Gospel of John.

    INTRODUCTION: After feeding the 5,000 Jesus withdrew by Himself because He perceived the crowd would force Him to be king. He did not give any specific instructions to His disciples. However, they went to down to the sea and began a nighttime voyage across the sea to Capernaum. The disciples ...read more