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Sermons on John (Page 3)

Communion with the Triune God

John 14:15-31 Nothing can calm the heart like an experiential knowledge of the triune God. Five sources of power and comfort (1) The Presence of the Spirit (16-17) (2) The Presence of the Son (18-20) (3) The Presence of the Father (21-24) (4) The Presence of the Truth (25-26) (5) The Presence of Peace (27) (6) Conclusion: Jesus’ “departure” from his perspective…

Theology Is for Life

John 14:1-14 Jesus’ person and promises prepare us for life in a broken world Four ways Jesus uses theology to prepare his disciples (1) Jesus’ eschatology comforts (1-3) (2) Jesus’ Christology clarifies (4-6) (3) Jesus’ theology proper reinforces (7-11) (4) Jesus’ ecclesiology encourages (12-14)

The Greatest Servant of All

John 13:1–20 Following Christ means receiving his loving service and then exemplifying it  Five aspects of Christ’s love (1) A perfect love (1-3) (2) A humble love (4-5) (3) A contingent love (6-8) (4) A determining love (9-11; 18-19) (5) A reproducing love (12-17; 20)

No Gain Without Pain  

John 12:20-37 Fulfilling our “chief end to glorify God” comes through much tribulation I. Request of the Greeks: No Gain Without Pain Triggered 12:20-22 A. Reaction of Jesus Illustrated 12:23-26 B. Reaction of Jesus Expressed 12:27-28 II. Reassurance of His Father: No Gain Without Pain Supported 12:29-30 III. Results of the Effort: No Gain Without…

Triumphant Humility

Triumphant Humility Since King Jesus triumphs in humility, his disciples must follow his example. John 12:12-26 Two scenes that show the paradoxical nature of Christ’s kingdom 1) The Spontaneous reception of the King (12-19) 2) The true glory of the King (20-26)

The Resurrection and the Life

Jesus’ greatest love is not sparing us from suffering but showing us his glory. Four great truths about Jesus: 1) He is sovereign over all circumstances (1–16) 2) He is the Resurrection and the Life (17–27) 3) He is passionate against sin (28–37) 4) He has power over death (38–44)