The Gospel of John (Page 7)

The Gospel of John (Page 7)

C. H. Spurgeon Speaks From the Past

Doug Whitley was with us for both the early and regular Sunday services on Palm Sunday, March 20, sharing the timeless truths of Scripture while portraying famous preachers from the past. During the regular rervice Doug will be in character as C.H. Spurgeon sharing one of his Palm Sunday sermons preached in the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London, England. Doug grew up in…

Know It All

John 1:35-43 – Here is a thought that causes me to tremble: Christ knows all about my past, and he knows all about my failures. Here, however, is the comforting thought: He still chooses to want a relationship with me so that I may know all about Him. In John 1:43-51, Christ demonstrates this when He demonstrates a supernatural knowledge of His disciples, but the…

Who Are You

John 1:19-28 –  This message explores how John the Baptist serves as a mentor to us.  John the Baptist attained an almost celebrity status for his day.  Yet, John deflected any attention away from himself and always pointed people to the true great one, Jesus Christ. We learn that our worth can never be found in ourselves nor our achievements.  It is always about…

Living in a Tent

John 1:14-18 –  In this message we explore the beauty of the Old Testament tabernacle. It was a place people could point to and say “God dwells among us right over there, in the tent.” The “Skekinah Glory” was a visible cloud and fire associated with the glory of God. The High Priest had limited accesses into the Holy of Holies once a year on…

Hard to Swallow

John 6:46-58 –  Christ says some things in this passage that are,… well, hard to swallow. What He says caused many Jews to stumble and choke. When Christ says to them, and to us, “Unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink His blood, you have no life in you,” what did He mean? Was He being literal?