So that you may believe - Gospel of John
Intentional Everything Jesus did was intentional, was purposed and was for the glory of the Father. Can you think of things that Jesus was intentional about? Are there things you are intentional about? Are there things you should be intentional about? Intentional - Meeting with Nicodemus Intentional…
Introduction—choice People have been making some strange choices over the last couple of weeks, haven’t they? At least, their choices have had strange results, like this. [Toilet paper free shelves] Now people do recognise that sometimes they need to make radical choices, and yet when push comes to shove,…
Preaching Through the Bible
Jesus’ Seven “I Am” Claims “I am the bread of life” . “I am the light of the world”. “I am the door”. “I am the good shepherd”. “I am the resurrection and the life”. “I am the way, the truth, and the life”. “I am the true vine”. What does bread symbolize? 22 On the next day the crowd that remained on…
It's All About Jesus
Getting to Know Someone... There are many ways to obtain information about a person. We can interview family and friends. If the person is famous enough, we can read the books that have been printed about him or her - maybe that person has written an autobiography - first hand information about that…
BBBI - OT101.1 - Genesis I
CJ Walker • Bible Institute • Sermon • • 462 views • 1:15:26
Have you trusted, personally, God’s remedy for your individual sin? are you covered by the righteousness of Christ, your sinless substitute sacrifice?
The Gospel of John
Burleigh Church of Christ • Sermon • • 3 views • 38:12
Jesus tells the crowds that swarmed around him after he miraculously feeds thousands that he, himself is the bread of life. What did he mean by this? What does this have to do with us?
How can something small and negligable impact and change the whole. the concept of Leaven. Jesus became the unleavened bread of Life. Jesus became the Tortilla of Life
The Lord's Prayer
In the Lord's Prayer, the disciples are told to pray daily for bread. Knowing God's goodness, the church can trust he will supply our physical and spiritual needs through Christ.