Contributed on Jun 14, 2020
This sermon is an exposition of John 1:1-18.
The Gospel of John Introduction: The Word and the Witness Introduction: John 1:1-18; 20:30-31 The author of the Gospel is John the Beloved disciple. He was probably a teenager when he began following Jesus. He was the oldest living apostle and, according to tradition, the only one to die a death ...read more
Contributed on Jun 17, 2020
God has chosen us for a specific purpose at this time in human history. If we will follow Him, he will lead us into the fullness of His truth. We must order our loves rightly.
John 1:19-51 Contrasts characterize the Gospel of John. John presents two alternatives: Light or darkness, Truth or falsehood, Life, or death. Some words that we encounter repeatedly are Truth and witness, testify, bear witness, and record. The fourth Gospel uses these words 47 times. The other ...read more
Contributed on Jun 24, 2020
The miraculous and revelatory are a byproduct of following Jesus. The greatest miracle is knowledge of Him and ourselves.
The Beginning of Greater Things Introduction: God is a miracle-working God. The Bible says that Jesus Christ is the same, yesterday, and today, and forever. When we follow close to Him, miracles are an everyday occurrence. The disciples followed Jesus, looking for a Messiah and Saviour, but there ...read more
Contributed on Jul 15, 2020
There are various degrees in the walk of faith. We must continue in obedience to the Word of the Lord.
There Is More to Faith Than Meets the Eye Introduction The 1992 Summer Olympics featured two tremendously poignant moments. American sprinter Gail Devers, the clear leader in the 100-meter hurdles, tripped over the last barrier. She agonizingly pulled herself to her knees and crawled the last ...read more