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Sermons on “John”

A promise that lasts

Very often, leaders make promises they cannot keep. Listen to the promise that Jesus kept in this passage, and what that means to us today.

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Spiritual Blindness

The account in this passage is that of another well known miracle that Jesus performed. Listen how this story convinces us just how much we need Jesus to see the spiritual truth.

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Finding the truth in Jesus

In his conversation with those who had already believed him, Jesus said that if they held to his teaching, they would find the truth. And the truth would set them free. What does this mean today?

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Living water from Jesus

It is almost a basic human instinct to try and silence Jesus. Ironically, Jesus came to save us from being that person who wants to silence him.

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You are what you eat!

We all have heard this expression. Our physical well-being is influenced by the food that we eat. But so is our spiritual well-being determined by what we believe. What is true belief in Jesus? Listen to this message.

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Our real need for rescue

What is your expectation of Jesus – one who solves your daily problems, or one who rescues you for the long term? Consider your answer, then listen to this talk.

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Who does Jesus claim to be?

In this passage, Jesus did not want people to believe what he said, just because he had said so. Instead, he called witness to testify for him: John the Baptist, the works of Jesus, and the words of God. So then, what about today? What do we have today that still testifies for Jesus. Listen to the talk.

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Faith Healing

The man at the pool believed for 38 years that the magic pool could heal his brokenness. By healing him from his disability, Jesus showed that only God can restore. But this restoration goes beyond physical healing. Listen to the talk and consider these two questions:
What do we look towards for our restoration, and; do we want to be restored?

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Taking Risks for God

This year is the 500th commemoration of the Reformation. Martin Luther risked more than just his reputation by doing speaking out against false religious practices at the time. His motivation was not different to what motivated Jesus when He was talking to the woman at the well. That is; that ordinary people should hear the Word of God.

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Our Spiritual Need, Part 2

Different churches worship in different ways. What does it mean to worship? Is there a specific way; a specific place? Listen to how God wants us to worship.

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