Category Archives: John

The Necessities of Life

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Uncommon Faith

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“Beyond Salvation”

The twelve disciples must have been excited. In John 4: 1, we read that the word about Jesus was spreading throughout Judea and Jesus was baptizing (with their help) more people than John the Baptist. The disciples had chosen to … Continue reading

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Sent to Save

 “A single conversation across the table with a wise man is better than ten years of studying books.” – Henry Longfellow A wise man approached Jesus at night for a conversation. The man was Nicodemus, a well-respected and influential religious … Continue reading

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What is God’s Plan to Save the World?

In John 3:1-21, we read about a man named Nicodemus who was well-educated and well-respected among the Jews. One evening, Nicodemus went to visit Jesus. During the course of their conversation, Jesus revealed some important truths about God’s plan to … Continue reading

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Everything Changes

Some people believe that Jesus was mild-mannered, politically correct, and tame, like a supernatural Mr. Rogers. Jesus is God and God is love so they envision Jesus as eternally passive. This misconception keeps people from getting to know the real … Continue reading

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Save the Best for Last

In the first half of his Gospel, the Apostle John describes a series of signs that Jesus performed in order to show his true identity. These were more than just miracles, they were powerful acts done for a specific purpose: … Continue reading

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