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Each of us has encountered Jesus from different backgrounds and circumstances. And from that encounter, each of us is changed in different ways as we see Jesus more clearly. The same was true for those who first met Jesus. Today we will look at how their encounters with Jesus began to change their lives.
As you get to know Jesus more and more clearly, there are several ways you will naturally respond to that clearer perspective of Jesus. Today we’re going to look at how John the Baptist saw Jesus, and how he responded to what he saw.
As we’re going through the series, Jesus through the Eyes of John, today for Father’s Day, we’re going to look at the relationship that Jesus, God the Son, had with God the Father that John saw and shared with us. And we’ll see how that relationship connects to our relationship with our Heavenly Father, and…
Did you know that you’re suffering from a serious condition? It’s not just you. Everyone is suffering from it. And there’s only One person who is capable of helping you with it. From today’s passage, we see someone introduce us to the Great Doctor who can heal our heart.
Our Choices have consequences, and our sins don’t just affect us, they can also have devastating consequences for others. Today we will look at a sin of King David that resulted in the loss of 70,000 lives.
John begins his story of Jesus in a very unique way. He starts at the VERY beginning. Not the beginning of Jesus’ life on earth, but the beginning of time itself! Through his introduction, we see Jesus in a way that is hard to forget!
As we begin looking at the Gospel of John, we will be looking at Jesus through the eyes of John His disciple. As John grew to know Jesus more and more, the one who was nicknamed by Jesus as the Son of Thunder, was changed by Jesus, to one day be known as the Apostle…
Being a mom is not easy. There are times when the work can be exhausting and difficult. Even when your son is the Son of God. But God is always faithful and will sustain you through this important role. Through Mary, we can learn several different ways God sustains us.
Today we finish our study of 1 Corinthians by looking at Paul’s final greetings to the Corinthian church family. Through his greetings, we see an amazing aspect of how people within the church, not just the shepherds, are actively working to help build up the church.
As Paul is closing his letter to the Corinthians, he adds four short but important things that he wants them to remember about what Jesus did for them, and how they can live in response to that. These four things are also incredibly important for us as well.