Do you have regrets in life? We all do, and when we consider John 21, we can be sure Peter had regrets about his denial of Jesus. But, Jesus responds to him with grace and brings healing to their relationship. We can confident that God’s grace is always greater than our regrets.
After his resurrection, Jesus appears to his disciples bringing them a message of peace in the midst of their chaos. Thomas had a hard time accepting what he was seeing, but Jesus is gracious with him.
What Jesus is saying to us is that the plan for which he came has now been completed. Jesus came to this world to give his life as a ransom for many. The cost for your life so that you could have a relationship with God for all of eternity. Jesus paid it all.
John 19’s where we’re going to be today and we’re getting to the tail end of the story of John. There’s three chapters left in this book and if you’re familiar with the gospel of John, it’s written by the apostle John, sometimes I like ... Read more
John 18’s where we’re going to be today, John 18 this morning. This text description that we’re going to dive into today, I want to preface it this way, because this is an interesting passage, and quite honestly, it’s a little bit difficult to teach, ... Read more
If you want to open your Bible to John chapter 17, that’s where we’re going to be together today. In John chapter 17, a beautiful section of scripture. This is that last section of Jesus’ interaction with his disciples before he goes to the cross. ... Read more
I want to invite you to John chapter 17. John 17 is where we’re going to be today. This is a powerful section of scripture and we’re dealing with prayer in this section of scripture. I like to think of it like this. If you ... Read more
I want to invite you to John chapter 16 this morning; that’s where we’re going to be today. John 16, we’re going to look at the first 15 verses of John 16. When I jump into this section of Scripture, I am pumped about this ... Read more
When we align our lives with Jesus, we will face conflict when it comes to the things of this world. In this passage, Jesus reminds us that we shouldn't be surprised when we face adversity but know that he has provided the Holy Spirit to help us.
I want to invite you to John 15 is where we’re going to be today, John 15. And if you’ve been here with us through this Book of John especially last couple of weeks, you’ve known, I have said this several times. This is my ... Read more
I’m going to invite you to John 14. John 14 is where we’re going to be together today. Beautiful section of scripture I told you, I hate to pick favorites in the Bible because it’s all good. But for me, John 13-17, that’s like the ... Read more
I’m going to invite you this morning to John chapter 14, John 14’s where we’re going to be. We’re only going to look at six verses in John chapter 14 this morning. But these six verses are very powerful verses for the troubled heart. I ... Read more
I’m going to invite you to John chapter 13, John 13 is where we’re going to be today. We’re going to talk about an important topic. This to me, this section of scripture is a very powerful section of scripture that I will tell you ... Read more
I’m going to invite you to John chapter 13 today. John chapter 13 is where we’re going to be. And we’re going to answer this question, what you should do with clean feet? That’s where we’re at in this story. This is the famous passage ... Read more
Jesus creates quite a stir when he enters Jerusalem in John 12. Have you ever stopped to consider why? Here's a hint: it's not until you find something worth dying for that you find something worth living for.
I’m going to invite you to John 11. John 11 is where we’re going to be today. As you turn to this section of scripture, I’m excited to approach this text for a few reasons. One being is just this week, and into this weekend, ... Read more
At the end of John 10, Jesus made a simple statement that enraged the crowd around him, and they picked up stones to kill him. This statement remains critical to our understanding of who Jesus truly is.
I’m going to invite you to John Chapter 10 this morning. John Chapter 10 is where we’re going to be together as we continue through our series of the Gospel of John. And John 10 is sort of a conclusion section for the Gospel of ... Read more
Is it ever okay to spit on someone? That's exactly what Jesus does to the blind man in John 9. This man was ostracized by the religious leaders and his community, but Jesus reaches out to him with love and grace.
When Jesus said "I am the Light of the World" in John 8, this struck a nerve with the religious leaders. There is so much significance in that phrase that it would have sounded like a thunderclap to the people of Israel. His words affirmed Him as the Messiah.
After the feeding of the 5,000, the crowd had a number of questions for Jesus that are telling about where their priorities were at. His response pointed them to be satisfied in Him and lay aside their selfish desires.