Sunday, February 12th 2017 | John 14:15-26 Part 2 of the exposition of John 14 – the Upper Room Discourse. Here Jesus comforts, encourages and prepares his disciples for his departure by emphasizing the superior and enduring ministry of the Holy Spirit, who He will ask the Father to send to them. The Spirit promises […]
Sunday, February 5th 2017 | John 14:1-14 Jesus comforts his distraught disciples in view of his soon departure, with six specific encouragements, the 6 P’s: Promise of Provision in the Father’s house (v2), Pledge to Rapture them to a prepared Father’s house (v3), the Prospect of doing greater works (v12), the Promise of Prayer answered […]
Sunday, January 29th 2017 | John 13:12-30 In considering all that Jesus had taught and done, there were the two things (one is in this passage) that Judas Iscariot seems to have understood that the other disciples did not seem to fully grasp yet? It is what Judas did understand that, in part, drove him […]
Sunday, October 2nd 2016 | John 8:1-11 Jesus is caught in the horns of a dilemma. He’s called to judge a capital case by the Law of Moses, but if he does that properly, he’ll be guilty of treason against Rome. See how Jesus rigorously applies the Law of Moses, and brings a right adjudication […]
Sunday, June 5th 2016 | John 1:35-51 Jesus calls John, Andrew, Peter, Phillip and Nathaniel to follow Him as disciples. Each one is dealt with distinctly, and Jesus reveals both His deity and his ancient existence as the one Mediator between heaven and earth!
Sunday, May 22nd 2016 | John 1:6-18 Just who was Jesus Christ? Was he a prophet? A great spiritual teacher? Was he sent as an example of how we should live and love? Was he the founder of a new religion? Was he just a misunderstood itinerant preacher?
Sunday, May 15th 2016 | John 1:1 An introduction to John the Evangelist’s gospel. We delve into the unique aspects of John’s purposes in writing the gospel and the distinctions between this gospel and the synoptic gospels.