The ministry of Jesus overlapped that of John the Baptist which caused some of John’s disciples to ask what should be done about it.
Jesus drew Nicodemus out of the darkness of what he understood and told him that he must be born again.
The cleansing of the Temple was a warning of judgment as well as a prophetic witness to Jesus’ identity.
Turning water into wine at the wedding in Cana was the first sign that reveals Jesus’s glory. The sign reveals his glory as the only Son from the Father and his glory as the Bridegroom of those who believe in him. He comes to us in this fallen and sinful world, he takes us to himself, and from […]
Our joy is far more impressive to those around us than what we preach or teach. John the Baptist joyfully exclaimed that Jesus, as he walked by, was the Lamb of God and immediately two of his own disciples left and followed Jesus. (Note: video is audio-only for first 3 minutes)
Jesus asked two of John the Baptist’s disciples when they began following him, “What are you seeking?” We who follow Christ ought to ask ourselves the same thing.
John the Baptist came to know that Jesus was the Messiah by these three things: the voice, the sign and the Spirit.
When we believe in Jesus, we will see his glory and receive his grace.
In the first few verses of John’s Gospel, we are introduced to Christ as the root, as the word, as the light and as the life.
Why is it we gather together in person on the Lord’s Day? and how will we press on together in faith, hope and love when the road ahead looks narrow and difficult?
This last chapter of 2 Samuel teaches us that God uses even Man’s failure to demonstrate his surpassing grace.