Austin Keller • Ubly Christian Church • Sermon • • 7 views • 20:18
In John's gospel, Jesus performs his fifth sign by feeding the masses with two fish and five loaves. Christ reveals himself as the Prophet-King who takes, blesses, breaks, and gives the smallest table scraps, which satisfies the people. Through the hospitality of Jesus, we receive all we need to be filled both physically and spiritually, for he is our Passover Lamb and Bread of Life.
We are often seeking Jesus for the wrong reason. There are four points I want us to see this morning; first, we will see that they are searching for Jesus, then we will see that they are seeing but not believing, then we will note that only God’s bread gives life and finally we must eat the bread to live.
Gospel of John
Jesus came to provide for our deepest need and satisfy us forever. Believing Jesus is the most satisfying thing you can do.
Jesus is the bread of life-- we cannot live without Him. We eat the bread of adversity, and it leads us back to the bread of life. When we have a need, God hears! We eat the bread of sorrow, as we mourn our sin and God removes the idols from our lives... leading us back to the bread of life. With this bread, we will never hunger or thirst again! It brings healing, protection, and eternal love. We have direct communication with the bread of life through the Word!
The Gospel of John
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 541 views
How does He do it? 1. He helps us pursue the right priorities (vs. 25-26). 2. He measures our motives (vs. 26). 3. He corrects our spiritual confusion (vs. 27-28). 4. He leads us to life (vs. 27-29).
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 3 views
1. To remember the Lord (vs. 23-25). -Remember that Jesus took the punishment we deserved. -Remember the price Jesus paid. -Remember the power He displayed. 2. To reveal the Lord (vs. 26). 3. To review our lives (vs. 27-28). 4. To renew our lives (vs. 29-32).
The Gospel of Matthew
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 3 views
In this Scripture God gives us timeless truth: 1. About our Leader (vs. 17-19). 2. About Christian life (vs. 20). 3. About being lost (vs. 14-16, 21-25). 4. About God's love (vs. 26-28). 5. About eternal life (vs. 29).
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 545 views
Jesus Is the Bread of Life John 6:28-51 Series: The Great I Am Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - Jan. 19, 2014 BACKGROUND: *Please open your Bibles to John 6 as we start looking at the "I AM" statements from Jesus in the Gospel of John. The first is in John 6:35 where Jesus said: "I am…
Dr. Mark A. Barber • Sermon • • 9 views
Introduction Last week in the sermon “It Ain’t a Haint”. we talked about Jesus coming out to rescue his petrified disciples who were struggling for their lives in the storm on the lake by coming out to them walking on the top of the storm tossed Sea of Galilee. Jesus had sent them away earlier alone…
Portraits of Christ
David Krueger • Sermon • • 19 views
Of all the many wonderful miracles that Jesus performed in his three-year ministry this one, was perhaps, the most marvelous of all. Its shear magnitude obviously made a deep and lasting impression on the apostles. It is the only miracle which is recorded by all four gospel writers. Who wouldn't be impressed…
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 62 views
The Great Value of the Lord’s Supper 1 Corinthians 11:23-32 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - July 29, 2012 *Holding up a piece of this unleavened bread, it surely doesn’t look like much. In fact, you probably can’t see it from the back of the church. It doesn’t taste good. And it’s not…