John 10:14-15. Jesus shows that he is the fullest example of the shepherd in Psalm 23.
John 3:36. Belief brings life, but unbelief brings wrath.
John 3:19. Jesus’ words challenge believers to be grateful, be alert, and be light.
Mike Gilbert-Smith preaches helpfully from John 11:17-37 at Megan Franklin’s Thanksgiving Service.
John 1:14. Jesus took on flesh and dwelt among his people
John 3:36. What does this belief look like, who has this belief, what are the consequences of unbelief, and how does this belief change us?
John 10:17-18 – Nobody, nobody, nobody can lay their life down and take it up again. That is, nobody except Jesus. God is great.
John 14:21. Jesus’ answer to the common question is simple: do you obey his commands?
John 16:33 – Count on it, this world will have trouble. But God’s people can take heart (and even, ridiculously, have a greater joy!). Why? Christ has overcome the world.
John 6:53-58. Christians are called to feed on Jesus as spiritual food. Jesus offers believers true food and true drink in his word.
John 8:48-59 – If we want to learn more about who Jesus is, where better to go than to Jesus Himself? Is there anyone as amazing, glorious and awe-inspiring as Him?
John 8:34 – Wesley shows us from Jesus’ words in John 8 who is a slave, what slavery is like, how to become free, and what freedom is like.