As the Bread of Life, Jesus offers satisfaction for souls while challenging human pride and unbelief Jesus addresses seven misunderstandings clarifying who He is while challenging unbelief Why did you leave us? (22-27) What works do we need to do? (28-29) What sign can you give? (30-33) Can we have more bread? (34-40) Aren’t you from Nazareth? (41-51) …
To be truly satisfied, we must feast on Jesus
Jesus’ defense of His deity makes rejecting Him inexcusable.
Jesus intentionally heals on the Sabbath to reveal His identity as the Son of God. Three surprising moments that reveal Jesus’ identity (1) An unsought healing (1-9) (2) An unnecessary rebuke (9-16) (3) An unutterable claim (17-18)
True faith is to take Jesus at His Word
The Messiah’s mission is deeper and wider than ever imagined.
The key to humility is embracing Christ’s supremacy. John 3:22-36 Two necessities in the Messianic age 1) John Must Decrease (22-30) 2) Jesus must increase (31-36)
Two life or death questions you must answer before you die: (1) do I have a new heart? (2) do I know God’s Son? John 3:1-21 ) Your Greatest Need: the New Birth (3:1-15) ) The Greatest Gift: God’s Son (3:16-18a) ) Your Greatest Nightmare: Everlasting Condemnation (3:18b-21)
Jesus’ clash with religious authorities at the temple asks all of us the question: Who is Lord?
By turning water into celebratory wine, Jesus revealed the extravagant grace of a glorious Savior. There are two layers of significance to this passage: 1) The way Jesus transformed the situation (1–10) 2) The way Jesus displayed His glory (11)