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Sermons on Jesus

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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 Pain Vindicated 12:31-34 A. Judgment on the…

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 Cross

The cross reveals the horror of humanity’s sin and the heart of Christ. Mark 15:21-39 Humanity and Jesus revealed in two horrific scenes: 1) The irony of the cross (21-32) 2) The significance of the cross (33-39)

The Bread Of Life

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)    …

A Sabbath Healing

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)

Come and See

John 1:35-51 Six glimpses of the glory of Christ 1) The superiority of Christ (35-37) 2) The sacrifice of Christ (36) 3) The accessibility of Christ (38-39) 4) The assertiveness of Christ (40-43) 5) The omniscience of Christ (44-49) 6) The revelation of Christ (50-51)