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  • "Our Moment Of Decision" Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Nov 20, 2017
     | 6,252 views

    Our failures are not final. Jesus looked at Peter and saw his future, not his failures.

    “Commitment Issues” John 18:15-18; 25-27 All of us have at least one. All of us have at least one sound; one noise that really annoys us. For some it is the sound of the dentist drilling in your mouth, for others it may be the sound of screeching tires on pavement or perhaps when kids used to ...read more

  • The Trial Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Ken Henson on Oct 31, 2012
    based on 2 ratings
     | 5,685 views

    Jesus could have said, “I AM” and you are not. And the whole crowd that came to arrest Him would have disappeared! He spoke the universe into existence, He could have spoken these soldiers out of existence. For Jesus being arrested is something that He di

    Many people call this passage the holy of holies passage. This is the time we see that Jesus is arrested and crucified. It is a time of deep grief for Jesus' disciples. READ John 18:1-3 The word Kidron may have to do with Cedar trees but the word actually means dark or black. You can read in ...read more

  • Contrasts In Courage Series

    Contributed by Tim Spear on Dec 6, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,984 views

    As Jesus is taken into captivity we see both courage and cowardice on display in the lives of three characters.

    Jesus, the God-man: Gospel of John “Contrasts in Courage” John 18:12-27 Introduction: Most of us have probably seen movies or documentaries about people of courage or read about such individuals. We enjoy these profiles in courage because they give us something to which we can ...read more

  • Binding Jesus

    Contributed by Bud Martenn on Sep 24, 2003
    based on 95 ratings
     | 17,181 views

    Can it be that we are guilty of binding the only one who can set us free?

    ILLUSTRATION: Have a rope to carry throughout the message. You may want to tie your own hands or the hands of some of the leaders of your church to illustrate how unfaithfulness limits their ministry. You also may want to tie the hands of someone in the audience and put a leader on them to ...read more

  • Threats To Spiritual Vitality & Victory

    Contributed by Dennis Deese on Aug 25, 2003
    based on 44 ratings
     | 2,765 views

    Satan uses extreme measures for those closest to the Lord.

    “THREATS TO SPIRITUAL VITALITY & VICTORY” By: Dr. Dennis Deese - www.dennisdeese.com JOHN 18:10-27 The observable threats are extremely lethal because they are drawn from one who was extremely close to the Lord. Satan uses extreme measures for those closest to the Lord. The ...read more

  • How Did Jesus Take It And Make It?

    Contributed by Dennis Deese on Aug 25, 2003
    based on 40 ratings
     | 1,761 views

    There are three Christ-like qualities that will empower us to take it and make it.

    “ HOW DID JESUS TAKE IT AND MAKE IT? ” By: Dr. Dennis Deese - www.dennisdeese.com 18:12-19 1 Corinthians 15:58 Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the ...read more

  • “simultaneous Interrogations” Series

    Contributed by Ron Tuit on Jun 21, 2016
     | 5,413 views

    Jesus and Peter are being questioned simultaneously after Jesus' Arrest and Peter's triple denial is recorded by John's eyewitness account.

    “Simultaneous Interrogations” John 18:12-27 We closed our last study with John 18:12: “Then the detachment of troops and the captain and the officers of the Jews arrested Jesus and bound Him.” (There really was no need to bind Jesus; He had given no resistance but here ...read more

  • Where It All Starts Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Mar 30, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 8,859 views

    Jesus deliberately enables Himself to be arrested, showing that He is totally in control of the situation. In doing so Jesus demonstrates that no one who is in God’s family will be lost.

    You can listen to the full message here:- http://www.nec.org.au/john-and-the-passion/ Message John 18:1-27 “Where It All Starts”. For the next 8 weeks, and also on Easter Friday, we are going to focus our attention on the chapters 18-21 of John’s Gospel as we look at the Passion of Jesus and His ...read more

  • Strenghth And Weakness Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Mar 24, 2014
     | 3,502 views

    Jesus boldly stands trial before the high priest Annas

    John 18:12-27 “Strength and Weakness” INTRODUCTION The lives of heroic people inspire us and challenge us to be greater than we have been and more than we are. Recently a ceremony was held at the White House where twenty-four veterans of World War II, the Korean Conflict, ...read more

  • The Cowardly Denial

    Contributed by Jerry Cosper on Apr 17, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,726 views

    This study is about Peter’s denial of Christ. But it’s about more than that. This passage is a descriptive picture of cowardly denial—the cowardly denial of both the world and a close disciple of the Lord’s.

    When you look at tonight’s title you probably are saying that tonight’s study is about Peter’s denial of Christ, and you’re right. But it’s about more than that. Tonight’s passage is a descriptive picture of cowardly denial—the cowardly denial of both the ...read more

  • The Telltale Rooster Series

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Aug 8, 2013
     | 6,689 views

    Don't crow about yourself or the Telltale Rooster will crow on you.

    The Telltale Rooster John 18:13-27 Introduction Last week we saw how Jesus was in total control of even His arrest. Not only does the Scripture clearly show that Jesus knew that Judas had gone out to betray him and could have simply gone somewhere than the garden, but John 18:6, where all of ...read more

  • Facing The Charcoal Fire

    Contributed by Brian Credille on Jan 21, 2001
    based on 126 ratings
     | 7,363 views

    The account of Peter’s betrayal of Jesus and restoration by Him provide guidance and hope that the "fire" of betrayal and sin in our lives can give way to the "fire" of restoration and renewal!

    "FACING THE CHARCOAL FIRE" John 18:15-18,25-27; 21:1-19 INTRODUCTION Every day we face situations that put our faith and commitment to Christ to the test. Many of those situations are like facing fires, dangerous and destructive, that would derail and devastate God’s plan in our ...read more

  • You Can't Always Trust What You See

    Contributed by Luciano Lombardi on Feb 27, 2001
    based on 84 ratings
     | 3,716 views

    Objective: We, above all, must trust who Jesus is, because on our own, things are just not what they seem!

    THINGS AREN’T ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM TO BE! Subject: Jesus Theme: Jesus going on ahead of us! Text: John 18:15-27 Time: Sunday morning October 22, 2000 Introduction: It’s not always what it seems to be. Our national pride is not always what it seems to be: On the sixth ...read more

  • John Chapter 18 Series

    Contributed by Jimmy Davis on Sep 20, 2001
    based on 60 ratings
     | 9,604 views

    Jesus crossed over the valley Kedron, between Jerusalem and the Mount of Olives, now called the Valley of Jehoshaphat. Jesus crossed this valley after Judas had made his agreement to betray Him. Jesus is the Lamb of God, led to slaughter.

    John chapter 18 Read verses 1-11 In this section we find a blending of the majesty and the meekness of Christ. Jesus crossed over the brook Kedron after Judas had made his agreement to betray Him. Perhaps you remember another person who crossed over the brook Kedron. When King ...read more

  • The Resurrection Through Peter's Eyes

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Apr 2, 2002
    based on 74 ratings
     | 8,413 views

    Jesus forgives Peter’s denial and reinstates him to his place of leadership. There is nothing that God will not forgive.

    Easter Through Peter’s Eyes John 13:31-38,18:15-18,25-27,20 & 21:15-19 I was listening to a radio program about how the tragedy of September 11th had affected people’s behavior. They interviewed one woman who’s husband worked in the World Trade Towers. He was at a meeting in another site when ...read more