John 4:1-54 The Historical Context The Intentional Contact The Gracious Relationship The Saving Gift
John 3:1-36 There is no middle ground on Jesus A new birth is necessary to enter the kingdom of God (John 3:1-15). Belief in the exclusive Light is necessary to receive eternal life (John 3:16-21). Everyone must take a back seat to Him who is above all (John 3:22-36).
John 2:1-22 Sign – a proof or distinguishing mark by which something is made known. Jesus’ signs were significant displays of power that point beyond themselves to the deeper realities that could be perceived with the eyes of faith. D.A Carson 7 Signs in John: Water into wine (Chapter 2) Heals officials son (Chapter 4) Heals paralyzed man (Chapter 5) Feeding of 5000 (Chapter 6) Walks on water (Chapter 6) Gives sight to the blind man- (Chapter 9) Raises Lazarus…
John 1:19-51 Witness #1 – John the Baptist (John 1:19-34) Witness #2 – Andrew (John 1:35-42) Witness #3 – Philip (John 1:43-45) Witness #4 – Nathanael (John 1:46-49) Witness #5 – Jesus (John 1:50-51)
John 1:1-18 The Nature of the Word (John 1:1-5) The Purpose of the Word (John 1:9-13) The Coming of the Word (John 1:14-18)
Numbers 20:1-13 Spiritual leaders will disappoint us. We are all held accountable by God. God will show Himself holy anyway. The sinfulness of our heroes confirms that only a holy God can help us with our essential needs.
1 John 3:11-18 The foundation of our love for others is Christ’s love for us. 3 Characteristics of Christ-like love: Love is sacrificial (1 John 3:16) Love is selfless (1 John 3:17) Love is sincere (1 John 3:18)
Psalm 12:1-8 People abuse language (Psalm 12:1-4). They lie. They manipulate. They boast. God’s words are pure and trustworthy (Psalm 12:5-8). He speaks. He intervenes. He preserves.
Psalm 121:1-8 The Lord is your Helper The Lord is your Keeper The Lord is your Protector