Contributed on Jun 5, 2012
In using the "I am" phrase/name, Jesus declared his deity. As a result, he dealt with many issues and conflicts from his contemporaries. WE may not be THE Son of God, but we are children of God and as a result must deal with the conflicts and issues of ou
Contributed on Jun 20, 2012
Jesus came into the world to save and satisfy the needs of people. A primary need is hunger -- especially for the things of God. He is the bread for that hunger.
Contributed on Jul 2, 2012
Jesus calims to be God by declaring that he is the Resurrection and the Life (John 11.25).
Contributed on Jul 5, 2012
As Yeshua (Jesus) expresses his deity, one statement (John 14.6) ties to Jeremiah 6.16 in which he is the ancient way; and Isaiah 35.8 and 40.3 in which he is the High and Holy way to his Father.
Contributed on Jul 12, 2012
There is truth that we must acknowledge. That truth is Jesus! He raises the bar to our lives by what he says and how he lives. We follow him in truth.
Contributed on Jul 17, 2012
Jesus is the way, truth and LIFE. What is involved in that life and how we incorporate it are significant.
Contributed on Aug 2, 2012
As the Good Shepherd, Jesus is the ONE DOOR that brings protection and provisions for the sheep of his pasture.
Contributed on Aug 8, 2012
As Good Shepherd, Jesus seeks our good. He does not act like the predators (Thieves and Robbers) who want to profit off of their followers. He leads us where we need to go.
Contributed on Aug 13, 2012
Jesus is the light of God who leads us through the darkness of ignorance and sin into the bright relationship with God.
Contributed on Aug 21, 2012
We have life in our connection to Jesus. In that life we bear fruit that he produces in us for the benefit of others.