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John

John
Oct 2017

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John
Sun, Oct 15, 2017
Duration:42 mins 52 secs
Views:15
The first miracle of Jesus recorded in the Gospel of John takes place at the celebration of a wedding. But something had gone wrong as the caterers ran out of wine before the celebration had ended. And so the last recorded words spoken by Mary, the mother of Jesus, are “Do whatever he tells you to do.” Jesus’ instructions are followed but only a few present actually notice that water had become wine. What can we learn from this supernatural intrusion of God’s power into a seemingly everyday event? How does it apply to each of us as it relates to our faith in Christ? Join Pastor Jim as he points us to the glory of God and the life transforming power of Jesus Christ.
John
Sun, Oct 08, 2017
Duration:44 mins 29 secs
Views:14
Who was John the Baptist and what role did he play in the New Testament story of redemption? Who were the first disciples Jesus called to follow Him? Why did Jesus choose and call them? And just what does it mean to “follow" Jesus these days? Join Pastor Jim for this practical and helpful study from John’s Gospel.
John
Sun, Oct 01, 2017
Duration:42 mins 47 secs
Views:30
“In the beginning…” Those three words open the entire Bible in Genesis 1 and they also open the first chapter of the Gospel of John. It’s as if John wanted us all to sit up straight and get ready because with the arrival of Jesus there comes the opportunity to begin life anew. What else does John have to say about Jesus Christ and the mysteries of who He was, His miracles, what He taught, His death and Resurrection? Join us as we begin this new verse by verse study of one of the most beautiful books of all time, the Gospel of John.

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