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    Faith Lutheran Church of McLean County
    The Gospel of John 17:1-19

    Faith Lutheran Church of McLean County

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 36:42


    Pastor Brian Goke preaching.

    The New Testament Daily (with Jerry Dirmann)

    Join Jerry as he continues the wonderful gospel of John. This gospel is written by the apostle John, and has a special place in the Gospel books. John begins at creation, mirroring Genesis 1, and walks us from there, all the way through the the life and ministry of Jesus. You will love this book, which is filled with miracles, teachings, and life lessons that apply to you today. Grab your Bible and join Jerry as you gain understanding of the life and ministry of Jesus through the gospel of John like never before.You can also join Jerry everyday (links below) as he walks us through a chapter of the New Testament, and gives us some amazing insights and applications. Grab your Bible and get ready to take your daily Bible reading to another level with The New Testament Daily with Jerry Dirmann.LINKS:  « NEW TESTAMENT DAILY PODCAST »https://thenewtestamentdailywithjerrydirmann.buzzsprout.com« SUPPORT »You can help us get free resources like this out to more people. Visit https://solidlives.com/give/« SOLID LIVES »Find out more about the ministries of Jerry Dirmann and Solid Lives at https://www.solidlives.com/« BFAM Movements »God is calling believers everywhere to be a part of fulfilling the Great Commission, making disciples around the world, and helping people receive Jesus who have never received. BFAM Movements is an organization that has been designed to help you do just that, with free resources and training. For more information, visit https://BFAMmovements.com/

    Spiritual Awakening Radio
    Sound Meditation in the World Religions Series: Christianity and Gnosticism (Yoga of Sound Series)

    Spiritual Awakening Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 46:54


    "What else is Christ but the Sound of God." (Acts of John) Today, research into the inner Sound mysticism of the Judeo-Christian and Gnostic traditions. Before the Sufi mystics of Islam, in ancient times there were Gnostics: Jewish, Hermetic, and Christian mystics who described hearing Heavenly Sound or Divine Music, and seeing mystic visions of Light and the heavens while in deep states of contemplative meditation.    The Sound of God is within everyone -- this Holy Stream of Sound -- is within every living being. This is why those given to exploring the Kingdoms of Inner Space through meditation, be they from the East or the West, have discovered this Reality playing within themselves.    "The soul-explorer is not alone, for there are those who have traveled the highways of the inner cosmos; far more than one may at first realize." (George Arnsby Jones)   "I heard a noise like wind blowing in my ears and knew it for the Sound of the Holy Spirit which became like the voice of a dove. When the Lord spoke to me I lost all sense of time. I did not know if he was with me five or six hours or only one. It was so holy and full of grace that I felt as if I had been in heaven." (Margery Kempe, The Mirror of Love)   "If you should in this world bring many thousand sorts of musical instruments together, and all should be tuned in the best manner most artificially, and the most skillful masters of music should play on them in concert together, all would be no more than the howlings and barkings of dogs in comparison of the Divine Music, which rises through the Divine Sound and tunes from Eternity to Eternity."  (Jacob Boehme, German Mystic)   "In the beginning was the Logos (the Word), the Logos was with God and the Logos was God." (Gospel of John 1: 1)   "The Divine Logos... is the helmsman and governor of the universe... The everlasting Logos of the eternal God is the very sure and staunch prop of the Whole... But the shadow of God is his Word [Logos], which he used like an instrument when he was making the world... Heaven is ever-making Music, producing in accordance with its celestial motions the Perfect Harmony. ... To such strains, it is said, Moses was listening, when, having become disembodied, for forty days and as many nights he touched neither bread nor water at all." (Philo of Alexandria, On The Music of the Spheres)   "Listen within yourself and look into the infinitude of Space and Time. There can be heard the songs of the Constellations, the voices of the Numbers, and the Harmonies of the Spheres." (Hermes Trismegistus, Corpus Hermeticum of Egypt)   In Divine Love, Light and Sound, Peace Be To You,   James Bean Sant Mat Satsang Podcasts Spiritual Awakening Radio https://www.SpiritualAwakeningRadio.com      

    Courageous Church
    The Gospel of John - Jesus, Anointed One

    Courageous Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 36:00


    Anthem Church
    Episode 306: The Gospel of John: Punching Holes in the Darkness

    Anthem Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 62:39


    When the darkness around us and within us is overwhelming, we can take comfort in God as the Light who came to penetrate the darkness. Listen as Matt Dennings teaches through John 8:12-30 on Jesus as the light of the world.---For more resources and information from Anthem Church, visit us at https://www.anthemcolumbia.com/

    Sermon Audio - Richfield Community Church
    9-25-22 Gospel of John Series: The Most Important Thing About You: What is Our Mission? Luke 10:1-24

    Sermon Audio - Richfield Community Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


    Salvation on SermonAudio
    God's Greatest Plan

    Salvation on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 45:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Calvary Church West Hills is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: God's Greatest Plan Subtitle: The Gospel of John Speaker: Kendrick Neal Broadcaster: Calvary Church West Hills Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: John 19:16-42; 1 Peter 1 Length: 45 min.

    Unchanging Word Bible Podcast
    Gospel of John 3:22-36 - Preeminence of Christ increasing, John the Baptist decreasing - Prog 16

    Unchanging Word Bible Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 25:58


    The Unchanging Word Bible broadcast comes to you today courtesy of this station and your faithful prayer support. Thank you for listening along with us here. We are in John 3:22 listening to the testimony of John the Baptist where he sees Jesus increasing and himself decreasing. John the Baptist's humility is manifest in recognition of the Saviour's growing ministry. No rivalry here. The preeminence of Christ is foremost in these verses. As Dr. Mitchell says, We see Jesus in His heavenly origin, His heavenly testimony and His heavenly authority. For the Father loves the Son, and has given all things into His hand. So turn with us in your Bible to the Gospel of John chapter 3 verse 22. Here is our teacher, Dr. Mitchell. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unchanging-word/message

    GODCAST: The Goodness Over Darkness Podcast
    Bible Study #5 - Gospel of John

    GODCAST: The Goodness Over Darkness Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 73:30


    Hello everyone in today's episode we go over the Gospel of John chapters 10-12. To get a free copy of a Bible go to https://harvest.org/request-material/ (I have no affiliation with them in anyway). To catch up on our Bible Study sign up at Patreon.com/GoodnessOverDarkness Subscribe to our YouTube channel: Goodness Over Darkness To be part of the Bible Study send me an email with the subject Bible Study to TheGreatChakraAwakening777@gmail.com

    GODCAST: The Goodness Over Darkness Podcast
    Bible Study #5 - Gospel of John

    GODCAST: The Goodness Over Darkness Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 73:30


    Hello everyone in today's episode we go over the Gospel of John chapters 10-12. To get a free copy of a Bible go to https://harvest.org/request-material/ (I have no affiliation with them in anyway). To catch up on our Bible Study sign up at Patreon.com/GoodnessOverDarkness Subscribe to our YouTube channel: Goodness Over Darkness To be part of the Bible Study send me an email with the subject Bible Study to TheGreatChakraAwakening777@gmail.com

    FBCOceanway
    The Gospel of John: Love in the Midst of Hate (John 7:53 - 8:11)

    FBCOceanway

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 40:26


    Seed on SermonAudio
    Sir We Would See Jesus

    Seed on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 34:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Little Sandy Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Sir We Would See Jesus Subtitle: Gospel of John Speaker: Tim S. Wright Broadcaster: Little Sandy Baptist Church Event: Sunday - AM Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: John 12:20-33 Length: 34 min.

    Satan on SermonAudio
    Sir We Would See Jesus

    Satan on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 34:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Little Sandy Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Sir We Would See Jesus Subtitle: Gospel of John Speaker: Tim S. Wright Broadcaster: Little Sandy Baptist Church Event: Sunday - AM Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: John 12:20-33 Length: 34 min.

    Salvation on SermonAudio
    He must increase

    Salvation on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 46:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Providence Christian Fellowship is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: He must increase Subtitle: Gospel of John Speaker: Darren Newcomb Broadcaster: Providence Christian Fellowship Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: John 3:22-36 Length: 46 min.

    Joy on SermonAudio
    God's Greatest Plan

    Joy on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 45:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Calvary Church West Hills is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: God's Greatest Plan Subtitle: The Gospel of John Speaker: Kendrick Neal Broadcaster: Calvary Church West Hills Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: John 19:16-42; 1 Peter 1 Length: 45 min.

    Gospel Truth Radio
    Fort Worth Gospel Truth Seminar 2010: Episode 1

    Gospel Truth Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 63:52


    Chapters 14, 15, and 16 of the Gospel of John are Jesus' instructions to His disciples the night before His crucifixion. He knew what they would go through, and He told them what they needed to know to keep them from being overcome with grief during this trying time. The same things He spoke to them will work for us in our crisis situations.

    Think Jesus Cafe
    The Gospel of John - Supremacy of Jesus

    Think Jesus Cafe

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 50:31


    The Gospel of John - Supremacy of Jesus John 3.22-36

    Forgiveness on SermonAudio
    God's Greatest Plan

    Forgiveness on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 45:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Calvary Church West Hills is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: God's Greatest Plan Subtitle: The Gospel of John Speaker: Kendrick Neal Broadcaster: Calvary Church West Hills Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: John 19:16-42; 1 Peter 1 Length: 45 min.

    Fathers on SermonAudio
    Sir We Would See Jesus

    Fathers on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 34:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Little Sandy Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Sir We Would See Jesus Subtitle: Gospel of John Speaker: Tim S. Wright Broadcaster: Little Sandy Baptist Church Event: Sunday - AM Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: John 12:20-33 Length: 34 min.

    Conviction of Sin on SermonAudio

    A new MP3 sermon from Harmony Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Holy Spirit Subtitle: The Gospel of John Speaker: Stephen Baker Broadcaster: Harmony Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: John 16:1-15 Length: 37 min.

    Believers on SermonAudio
    God's Greatest Plan

    Believers on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 45:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Calvary Church West Hills is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: God's Greatest Plan Subtitle: The Gospel of John Speaker: Kendrick Neal Broadcaster: Calvary Church West Hills Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: John 19:16-42; 1 Peter 1 Length: 45 min.

    Waterbrook Sermons
    John's Gospel: So That You May Believe

    Waterbrook Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 34:31


    Guest speaker and performer, Matthew Moore, presents his original solo performance, "John's Gospel: So That You May Believe".  As Matthew recites selected scriptures from the Gospel of John, he asks us to take time and ponder what we believe. Originally performed at Waterbrook Bible Fellowship on Sunday, September 25, 2022.

    The New Testament Daily (with Jerry Dirmann)

    Join Jerry as he continues the wonderful gospel of John. This gospel is written by the apostle John, and has a special place in the Gospel books. John begins at creation, mirroring Genesis 1, and walks us from there, all the way through the the life and ministry of Jesus. You will love this book, which is filled with miracles, teachings, and life lessons that apply to you today. Grab your Bible and join Jerry as you gain understanding of the life and ministry of Jesus through the gospel of John like never before.You can also join Jerry everyday (links below) as he walks us through a chapter of the New Testament, and gives us some amazing insights and applications. Grab your Bible and get ready to take your daily Bible reading to another level with The New Testament Daily with Jerry Dirmann.LINKS:  « NEW TESTAMENT DAILY PODCAST »https://thenewtestamentdailywithjerrydirmann.buzzsprout.com« SUPPORT »You can help us get free resources like this out to more people. Visit https://solidlives.com/give/« SOLID LIVES »Find out more about the ministries of Jerry Dirmann and Solid Lives at https://www.solidlives.com/« BFAM Movements »God is calling believers everywhere to be a part of fulfilling the Great Commission, making disciples around the world, and helping people receive Jesus who have never received. BFAM Movements is an organization that has been designed to help you do just that, with free resources and training. For more information, visit https://BFAMmovements.com/

    Northside Baptist Church Podcast
    THE GOSPEL OF JOHN - The Gospel of John

    Northside Baptist Church Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 37:52


    THE GOSPEL OF JOHN

    FBCOB Podcast
    The Gospel of John: Zooming Out // John 11:1-16

    FBCOB Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022


    Joshua Springs Calvary Chapel
    Prophecy Update || The Gospel of John || Pastor Jerel Hagerman

    Joshua Springs Calvary Chapel

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 58:01


    Auburn Christian Church
    Chaos Under Control

    Auburn Christian Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022


    Preached as part of our sermon series thru the Gospel of John, entitled “The X Factor”. Have a question or prayer request? Email Pastor Nate at nate@auburnchristian.org. Find more info about our church anytime at auburnchristian.org. The post Chaos Under Control appeared first on Auburn Christian Church.

    Northpark Community Church
    Embracing the Amazing Love of Jesus | Pastor Bob Willis | September 18, 2022 - Audio

    Northpark Community Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 67:38


    The Gospel of John: Living Your Best Life Now Week 5: Embracing the Amazing Love of Jesus Join us for this sermon series teaching through the Gospel of John on Sunday mornings. Wednesday nights we'll dig deeper into how Jesus invites us to 'Live our Best Life Now'! ----------- Get more information, sign up for email updates, send prayer requests, give online and stay connected with us at: www.NorthparkChurch.org

    Tapestry LA Podcast
    Rivers of Living Water

    Tapestry LA Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 51:24


    Tapestry LA continues the Gospel of John sermon series. Charles Choe speaks from John 7:37-39 on the rivers of living water that flow out from a believer of Jesus Christ.

    The New Testament Daily (with Jerry Dirmann)

    Join Jerry as he continues the wonderful gospel of John. This gospel is written by the apostle John, and has a special place in the Gospel books. John begins at creation, mirroring Genesis 1, and walks us from there, all the way through the the life and ministry of Jesus. You will love this book, which is filled with miracles, teachings, and life lessons that apply to you today. Grab your Bible and join Jerry as you gain understanding of the life and ministry of Jesus through the gospel of John like never before.You can also join Jerry everyday (links below) as he walks us through a chapter of the New Testament, and gives us some amazing insights and applications. Grab your Bible and get ready to take your daily Bible reading to another level with The New Testament Daily with Jerry Dirmann.LINKS:  « NEW TESTAMENT DAILY PODCAST »https://thenewtestamentdailywithjerrydirmann.buzzsprout.com« SUPPORT »You can help us get free resources like this out to more people. Visit https://solidlives.com/give/« SOLID LIVES »Find out more about the ministries of Jerry Dirmann and Solid Lives at https://www.solidlives.com/« BFAM Movements »God is calling believers everywhere to be a part of fulfilling the Great Commission, making disciples around the world, and helping people receive Jesus who have never received. BFAM Movements is an organization that has been designed to help you do just that, with free resources and training. For more information, visit https://BFAMmovements.com/

    Northpark Community Church
    Embracing the Amazing Love of Jesus | Pastor Bob Willis | September 18, 2022 - Video

    Northpark Community Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 67:38


    The Gospel of John: Living Your Best Life Now Week 5: Embracing the Amazing Love of Jesus Join us for this sermon series teaching through the Gospel of John on Sunday mornings. Wednesday nights we'll dig deeper into how Jesus invites us to 'Live our Best Life Now'! ----------- Get more information, sign up for email updates, send prayer requests, give online and stay connected with us at: www.NorthparkChurch.org

    Canby Foursquare Church
    The Gospel of John - Good News for a Change, pt.2

    Canby Foursquare Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022


    Crosspoint City Church - Messages
    The Gospel of John | "Water to Wine" | Pastor Brad Chandler

    Crosspoint City Church - Messages

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 49:47


    This message is from our "The Gospel of John" series: "Water to Wine" The Gospel of John was written by the Apostle John, one of Jesus' twelve disciples and a member of his inner circle. John wrote this Gospel from the city of Ephesus for both Jewish and Gentile readers to prove Jesus as the Son of God, that they might believe in him and receive eternal life in his name. Although this Gospel is evangelistic in nature and intent, believers of all ages and maturity levels can benefit from its depth, beauty, and richness.  So regardless of where you are in your spiritual walk, John's Gospel is for you. During this series, we'll take a deep dive into this unique book to gain a better understanding of who Jesus is and all he accomplished during his life and ministry.STAY CONNECTED: Twitter: https://bit.ly/2XTOD4rFacebook: https://bit.ly/3ja3TCqInstagram: https://bit.ly/3jeBFq2v

    First Church Sermons
    09-25: John Series :: Peace

    First Church Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022


    Thank you for joining us in worship today! Pastor Bob finishes our chapter 16 of the Gospel of John by taking a look at the peace that Christ has given to us.

    Northview Message Audio
    The Gospel of John – The Baptist and the Baptizer

    Northview Message Audio

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 43:19


    The Baptist and the Baptizer // Mark Burch

    Pequot Lakes Baptist Church
    Gospel of John(9-25-22 Audio Only)

    Pequot Lakes Baptist Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 58:51


    The New Testament Daily (with Jerry Dirmann)

    Join Jerry as he continues the wonderful gospel of John. This gospel is written by the apostle John, and has a special place in the Gospel books. John begins at creation, mirroring Genesis 1, and walks us from there, all the way through the the life and ministry of Jesus. You will love this book, which is filled with miracles, teachings, and life lessons that apply to you today. Grab your Bible and join Jerry as you gain understanding of the life and ministry of Jesus through the gospel of John like never before.You can also join Jerry everyday (links below) as he walks us through a chapter of the New Testament, and gives us some amazing insights and applications. Grab your Bible and get ready to take your daily Bible reading to another level with The New Testament Daily with Jerry Dirmann.LINKS:  « NEW TESTAMENT DAILY PODCAST »https://thenewtestamentdailywithjerrydirmann.buzzsprout.com« SUPPORT »You can help us get free resources like this out to more people. Visit https://solidlives.com/give/« SOLID LIVES »Find out more about the ministries of Jerry Dirmann and Solid Lives at https://www.solidlives.com/« BFAM Movements »God is calling believers everywhere to be a part of fulfilling the Great Commission, making disciples around the world, and helping people receive Jesus who have never received. BFAM Movements is an organization that has been designed to help you do just that, with free resources and training. For more information, visit https://BFAMmovements.com/

    Bible Study on SermonAudio
    Study in Gospel of John #80

    Bible Study on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 71:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Reformed Presbytery in North America is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Study in Gospel of John #80 Subtitle: Bible Study (John) Speaker: Pastor Greg Price Broadcaster: Reformed Presbytery in North America Event: Bible Study Date: 9/20/2022 Bible: John 9:1-3 Length: 71 min.

    One God Report
    82) Tips on Talking to Trinitarians about John 1 (Part 3): the Word became Flesh

    One God Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 33:29


    In this episode we focus on John 1:9-18. In Part 1 one we saw that “in the beginning” of John 1:1, while being a parallel to the Genesis creation, refers directly not to the Genesis creation but to the new beginning that God brings about through the man Jesus, who is metaphorically called “the Word”. In Part 2 we focused on how God in the statement “and the Word was God” is the Father. In this Gospel Jesus declared consistently that it was the Father who dwelt in him who did His, the Father's works. Never in this Gospel is there a “God the Son” or a “God the Word” in Jesus. Time stamps for the current episode, Part 3: 00:17 Review of Parts 1 and 2, and introduction to Part 3 02:23 John 1_9-13, “the world” is not planet earth or the universe. The “world” that came to be in John's Gospel is a segment of human society. Verses 9-13 relate to the coming to be, the birth, of God's children, a new community of God. 04:45 John 1_14, “the Word became flesh”. Is this a statement about “incarnation” or a transformation of essence? Is trans-naturism or trans-essence any more a biblical idea than trans-genderism is? Perhaps these ideas are of the same spirit? Consideration of what the word “became” means. The translation, “So the Word was flesh”. Or, if a change or difference is implied, perhaps a change in method. Hebrews 1_1-2 – God spoke in different ways in past times, but in these latter days He has spoken by a son. That is, by a human being, flesh. John 1_14 begins a new paragraph which is a review and expansion upon information already given. In verses 1-13 the man Jesus (the Word, Light) has been compared to the man John the Baptizer, who was not the Light. A short statement about the conception or birth of Jesus (no where else detailed in John's Gospel) is out of place after a summary of the ministries of the Baptizer and John has been presented. The glory of the Word is from the Father, or originates from the Father. 16:18 John 1_15, More John the Baptizer and Comparison with Jesus! More evidence that the Prologue is not about the Genesis creation. 16:55 John 1_17, Jesus parallel to Moses, through whom both came good things. Moses and Jesus were the channels for these good things, but not the source. The source was God. 17:11 John 1_18 Is the Triune god in John 1? Why do Trinitarians appeal immediately to John 1 when the God of John 1 is not Triune? The “deity of Christ” appeal to John 1. But in John 1, the Word is subordinate to, and dependent upon his God. The Word is not co-eternal with God. The Word has an origin outside of itself. No one has ever seen God, but thousands of people say Jesus Christ. Textual variants of John 1_18, in each case Jesus (the son, unique one, begotten god) who is at the Father's side, is subordinate to the God. 23:32 The context of John's entire Gospel considered. An interpretation of John 1 must be consistent with the entire Gospel. Jesus is a man who told the truth that he heard from God (8:40), who did nothing on his own authority or initiative (5:19, 5:30, 8:28, 8:44). He differentiates himself from God (14:1, etc.). Jesus has a God, the same God as the apostles (20:17). Jesus in the Gospel of John said the Father is the only true God (17:3). The author of the Gospel stated that the reason he recorded the signs Jesus did was so that his readers would believe that Jesus was the Christ, the Son of God, that is, not God (20:31, 1:49). 23:48 Summary and Conclusions 31:01 Parallel between Paul in Acts 26_23 and John's Prologue. In the man Jesus, specifically in his life as being the firstborn from the dead, there is light to Israel and the Gentiles. As in John's Prologue, life is first, which gives light (which is the opposite order in Genesis).

    The New Testament Daily (with Jerry Dirmann)

    Join Jerry as he continues the wonderful gospel of John. This gospel is written by the apostle John, and has a special place in the Gospel books. John begins at creation, mirroring Genesis 1, and walks us from there, all the way through the the life and ministry of Jesus. You will love this book, which is filled with miracles, teachings, and life lessons that apply to you today. Grab your Bible and join Jerry as you gain understanding of the life and ministry of Jesus through the gospel of John like never before.You can also join Jerry everyday (links below) as he walks us through a chapter of the New Testament, and gives us some amazing insights and applications. Grab your Bible and get ready to take your daily Bible reading to another level with The New Testament Daily with Jerry Dirmann.LINKS:  « NEW TESTAMENT DAILY PODCAST »https://thenewtestamentdailywithjerrydirmann.buzzsprout.com« SUPPORT »You can help us get free resources like this out to more people. Visit https://solidlives.com/give/« SOLID LIVES »Find out more about the ministries of Jerry Dirmann and Solid Lives at https://www.solidlives.com/« BFAM Movements »God is calling believers everywhere to be a part of fulfilling the Great Commission, making disciples around the world, and helping people receive Jesus who have never received. BFAM Movements is an organization that has been designed to help you do just that, with free resources and training. For more information, visit https://BFAMmovements.com/

    Matt Christiansen Bible Study
    Session 15: September 24, 2022

    Matt Christiansen Bible Study

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022


    Scripture Reading: John 9:1-41 1 Now as Jesus was passing by, he saw a man who had been blind from birth. 2 His disciples asked him, “Rabbi, who committed the sin that caused him to be born blind, this man or his parents?” 3 Jesus answered, “Neither this man nor his parents sinned, but he was born blind so that the acts of God may be revealed through what happens to him. 4 We must perform the deeds of the one who sent me as long as it is daytime. Night is coming when no one can work. 5 As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world.” 6 Having said this, he spat on the ground and made some mud with the saliva. He smeared the mud on the blind man's eyes 7 and said to him, “Go wash in the pool of Siloam” (which is translated “sent”). So the blind man went away and washed, and came back seeing.8 Then the neighbors and the people who had seen him previously as a beggar began saying, “Is this not the man who used to sit and beg?” 9 Some people said, “This is the man!” while others said, “No, but he looks like him.” The man himself kept insisting, “I am the one!” 10 So they asked him, “How then were you made to see?” 11 He replied, “The man called Jesus made mud, smeared it on my eyes and told me, ‘Go to Siloam and wash.' So I went and washed, and was able to see.” 12 They said to him, “Where is that man?” He replied, “I don't know.”13 They brought the man who used to be blind to the Pharisees. 14 (Now the day on which Jesus made the mud and caused him to see was a Sabbath.) 15 So the Pharisees asked him again how he had gained his sight. He replied, “He put mud on my eyes and I washed, and now I am able to see.”16 Then some of the Pharisees began to say, “This man is not from God because he does not observe the Sabbath.” But others said, “How can a man who is a sinner perform such miraculous signs?” Thus there was a division among them. 17 So again they asked the man who used to be blind, “What do you say about him, since he caused you to see?” “He is a prophet,” the man replied.18 Now the Jewish religious leaders refused to believe that he had really been blind and had gained his sight until at last they summoned the parents of the man who had become able to see. 19 They asked the parents, “Is this your son, whom you say was born blind? Then how does he now see?” 20 So his parents replied, “We know that this is our son and that he was born blind. 21 But we do not know how he is now able to see, nor do we know who caused him to see. Ask him, he is a mature adult. He will speak for himself.” 22 (His parents said these things because they were afraid of the Jewish religious leaders. For the Jewish leaders had already agreed that anyone who confessed Jesus to be the Christ would be put out of the synagogue. 23 For this reason his parents said, “He is a mature adult, ask him.”)24 Then they summoned the man who used to be blind a second time and said to him, “Promise before God to tell the truth. We know that this man is a sinner.” 25 He replied, “I do not know whether he is a sinner. I do know one thing—that although I was blind, now I can see.” 26 Then they said to him, “What did he do to you? How did he cause you to see?” 27 He answered, “I told you already and you didn't listen. Why do you want to hear it again? You people don't want to become his disciples too, do you?”28 They heaped insults on him, saying, “You are his disciple! We are disciples of Moses! 29 We know that God has spoken to Moses! We do not know where this man comes from!” 30 The man replied, “This is a remarkable thing that you don't know where he comes from and yet he caused me to see! 31 We know that God doesn't listen to sinners, but if anyone is devout and does his will, God listens to him. 32 Never before has anyone heard of someone causing a man born blind to see. 33 If this man were not from God, he could do nothing.” 34 They replied, “You were born completely in sinfulness, and yet you presume to teach us?” So they threw him out.35 Jesus heard that they had thrown him out, so he found the man and said to him, “Do you believe in the Son of Man?” 36 The man replied, “And who is he, sir, that I may believe in him?” 37 Jesus told him, “You have seen him; he is the one speaking with you.” [ 38 He said, “Lord, I believe,” and he worshiped him. 39 Jesus said,] “For judgment I have come into this world, so that those who do not see may gain their sight, and the ones who see may become blind.”40 Some of the Pharisees who were with him heard this and asked him, “We are not blind too, are we?” 41 Jesus replied, “If you were blind, you would not be guilty of sin, but now because you claim that you can see, your guilt remains.Main ThemesThe SettingSince the beginning of chapter 7, we have had a continuous sequence of events. Chapters 7, 8, 9, and 10 are one “scene.” Because the chapters tell one narrative, but we tend to study them separately (out of convenience, not for any theological reason), we need to be intentional in carrying over the information provided in the earlier chapters that apply to the later chapters in this story.For purposes of chapter 9, we must remember the chronology of the Feast of Tabernacles. The feast lasted eight days. It began on a Sabbath (a Saturday) and it ended on the next Sabbath. Beginning with verse 7:37, all the action has been occurring “[o]n the last day of the feast.“ That means chapter 9 is happening during a Sabbath.In chapter 9, Jesus heals a blind man on the Sabbath. Sounds familiar. It didn't go well the first time, how will it go over this time? (Spoiler: not well.)Who Committed the SinAfter Jesus heals a blind man on the Sabbath for the first time (see John 5), Jesus tells the man, “Look, you have become well. Don't sin any more, lest anything worse happen to you.” (v. 5:14) As I discussed during Session 10, Jesus words should not be assumed to mean that sickness will occur as a supernatural result of the man's sin. That very well may be the case, but one could also take Jesus' words in a more ordinary way. Sometimes sin naturally leads to injury and disease. Sexual immorality can lead to sexually transmitted diseases. In some parts of the world, stealing could lead to one's hands being lost. Drug use can lead to addiction and mental illness. The list could go on.However, the first-century world did believe there was a strong connection between ailments and sin—particularly in the case of blindness. Jewish literature provides examples of the connection. For example, according to one contemporary source, one who saw a blind, lame, or otherwise seriously afflicted person should praise God as judge. Presumably, the assumption was that the person must have done something to properly merit such a condition. However, the case should not be overstated. Certainly the contemporary Jewish people understood that sin could cause affliction as a natural consequence (like the examples in the previous paragraph). They also believed that demons could cause disease, so God was not the only available cause.What is curious (to put it mildly) about the blind man in chapter 9 is that he was blind from birth. This limits the range of options. The man could not have caused his own blindness in a natural sense, and no one seems to posit demon possession. Therefore God must have caused his blindness. Moreover, in a further logical leap, it must have been for someone's sin. Who's sin? That is how the conversation begins.Many people at the time would have accepted the possibility that the man's blindness was the result of the parents' sin—most likely of the mother's while she was pregnant. Some people at the time may have also believed in prenatal activity significant enough to constitute sin. This is not a Jewish example but Isis and Osiris were said to have copulated in the womb. (Weird, I know.)As much as our modern sensibilities may be offended by the idea that someone may suffer illness for someone else's sins, Jesus reply may be even more offensive to modern readers. He explains, “Neither this man nor his parents sinned, but he was born blind so that the acts of God may be revealed through what happens to him.”God in his sovereignty orchestrated the man's illness such that a great good would come of it. Notice that this is a very powerful response to the problem of evil and suffering in general. Why would a good God allow evil and suffering in the world? Perhaps God has a plan. Maybe he is working all this out for good. In fact, the logical “Problem of Evil” is no longer very popular in the philosophical community. It is impossible to show that God can have no justifying reasons to allow evil and pain. The philosophical battle is now the probabilistic “Problem of Evil.” In other words, given the current state of the world is it more or less probable that a good God exists.Spittle and DirtJesus spat on the ground and made some mud. In the ancient world, spittle was sometimes associated with curative powers. For example, emperor Vaspasian (who postdates Jesus by a few decades) reportedly also healed blindness with spittle. This tradition regarding spittle already existed in the Jewish world, although it was probably borrowed from the Gentile world. Perhaps Jesus uses spittle because his audience would have understood the reference: Jesus was curing someone. The other alternative is that this is an allusion to the creative act of Genesis 2:7. (Genesis 2:7 says, “The Lord God formed the man from the soil of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being.”)There is a potential double entendre in the word “smeared,” which other translations may translate as “applied.” This is the same word as “anoint.” To anoint means to apply oil. Anointing has a powerful religious meaning. Both in the Old and New Testaments, it means one blessed by God. In the New Testament, God anoints with the Holy Spirit (e.g., Acts 10:38). Perhaps Jesus anointing the blind man with mud giving him physical sight is a prefigurement of Jesus anointing believers with the Holy Spirit giving them spiritual sight.Jesus sends the blind man to wash himself in the pool of Siloam. This was the exact same pool used in the water-drawing ritual during the Feast of Tabernacles (remember, the feast going on “right now” in the story world). Jesus uses the “holy water” of the festival for his own purposes. Talk about cultural appropriation.What Will the Neighbors Think?The blind man is healed and the “neighbors” are amazed and confused.In Jerusalem, a man could survive as a beggar though he would remain poor. Jewish contemporaries emphasized charity. Charity towards the destitute was also commanded in the Old Testament. (However, I do not want to give the misimpression that a life of begging was viewed favorably in any way. Jewish contemporaries recognized begging as a shameful condition to be avoided—perhaps even to the point of death, i.e., it would be better to die than to live as a beggar.)The main point is that the “neighbors” were probably Jerusalemites. These were people who had seen the blind man beg on a daily basis since, probably, a very early age. They had probably donated to him regularly. They had indisputable knowledge of the blind man and his condition. When the healing occurred, the neighbors are shocked to the point of denial. Making Mud on the SabbathJesus is doubly guilty of breaking the Sabbath, the Pharisees will claim. Not only did Jesus heal on the Sabbath like he did back in chapter 5, but he made mud on the Sabbath! Sadly, I am not kidding. Notice how the text keeps going back to the mud. “Now the day on which Jesus made the mud and caused him to see was a Sabbath.”The Pharisees do not praise God for the healing. Even if they intend to investigate a potential violation, they do not seek Jesus first to obtain first-hand testimony. They simply accuse Jesus of being a sinner (i.e., he cannot be from God because he does not observe the Sabbath).The TrialThe text immediately shifts into a sort of legal proceeding. The Pharisees treat the blind man and his parents as witnesses.An Epistemological ConflictNotice that there is an epistemological conflict between the Pharisees and the blind man. The Pharisees “know” from their interpretation of the law. They know that the law forbids working on the Sabbath. So they know that Jesus cannot be from God. The blind man “knows” from experience. He knows he was blind. He knows that he can see. So, he knows that Jesus must be from God. For the sake of clarity, I am not trying to make a larger point about epistemology here, like whether we should trust our own experience more than scripture. I think that would be a dangerous conclusion to draw. Jesus never undermines the Torah. Jesus does, however, also appeal to experience. See the miracles and believe. Even through clear and convincing miracles the Pharisees were unwilling to consider that perhaps they did not “know” the Torah as well as they thought. Or, more accurately, the Pharisees were unwilling to recognize their hypocrisy and ill intentions. It's not so much that they “knew” the scriptures condemned Jesus as much as they were committed to that statement because it served their purposes. As we have seen throughout the Gospel of John, this inability to see is not an intellectual shortcoming but a moral one.As an interesting side note, an example of biblical hermeneutics that accounts for both scripture and experience is the Wesleyan Quadrilateral, which considers scripture as the first authority and then also takes into account tradition, reason, and experience. For example, Wesley praises the church fathers because not only did they remain faithful to Christian doctrine “[b]ut still they never relinquish this: 'What the Scripture promises, I enjoy. Come and see what Christianity has done here, and acknowledge it is of God.'“Only a Man of God Could Do ThisThe Pharisees recognize a problem with their argument. They believed that no one would be able to restore blindness like Jesus did unless that man were from God. Remember John 3:1-2: “Now a certain man, a Pharisee named Nicodemus, who was a member of the Jewish ruling council, came to Jesus at night and said to him, ‘Rabbi, we know that you are a teacher who has come from God. For no one could perform the miraculous signs that you do unless God is with him.'” So the Pharisees must deny the healing.Rigging the TrialThe Pharisees call on the blind man's parents to testify. Before the testimony, they rig the trial. Anyone who confesses Jesus as the Christ will be excommunicated. The text does not explicitly say this, but the Pharisees probably hoped that with enough pressure the parents would even deny that their child had really been blind. The parents would have earned great favor with the religious leaders if they had testified that their son had faked his illness to receive charity. The blind man's parents are in fact intimidated. They are only willing to confirm that their son was blind and can now see. How that happened? They won't say. Ask our son, they say instead, he is “mature” or “of age.” That means that the blind man is at least 13 but could be much older.The Blind Man's FaithThe Pharisees call the blind man to the stand once more. Notice the leading the question. They demand (if I paraphrase), “Condemn Jesus as a sinner.” But the blind man is an example of faith. He may not fully know who Jesus is but he will not deny the miracle. “Say what you will about Jesus, but I was blind and now I see.” The Pharisees give him one more chance to recant his statement. “Tell us again what he did to you.” The blind man responds with mockery. “Do you want me to tell you again so you also might believe?” Of course that's not the reason for the Pharisees' question.The Pharisees go on the offensive. They insult the blind man, “You are his disciple!” This works on two levels. First, it is an accusation of bias. The blind man is lying for the benefit of his master. Second, as the Pharisees claim to be disciples of Moses, it is accusing the blind man of betraying their religion and their God. Notice that both the “you are” and “we are” are emphatic in Greek. It is like saying, “I myself had to fix it” to emphasize who performed the action. This is a heated debate filled with accusatory overtones.The Pharisees make one more claim. “We do not know where this man comes from!” We have discussed this idea extensively in prior sessions. Jesus is from above; he is from God; he is from heaven. The religious leaders refuse to see this. In this case, the Pharisees may not only be accusing Jesus of being a stranger to Jerusalem and their religious community but also perhaps accusing him of being an illegitimate child.The blind man goes on the offensive himself. Remember that everyone, the Pharisees included, granted the premise that only a man of God could do the miraculous signs that Jesus was doing. The blind man points this out and leaves the Pharisees with no excuse. Additionally, the blind man's claim that no one had ever heard of a blind man from birth being healed appears to be historical when considered in context. Such claims existed in the Gentile world but they did not seem to exist in the Jewish world.The Pharisees stoop low. Remember the assumption was that the man's blindness was caused by sin. The Pharisees have no issues using that assumption. “You are a filthy sinner and you dare attempt to correct us, disciples of Moses?”Notice that the blind man grows in his belief and understanding of Jesus as more information is presented to him. First Jesu is a “man” (v. 9:11), then a “prophet” (v. 9:17), and finally “Son of Man” (v. 9:35-37).Jesus Comes to JudgeRemember John 3:17-18:For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world should be saved through him. The one who believes in him is not condemned. The one who does not believe has been condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the one and only Son of God.The word for “condemn” in John 3 is the same as the word for judge in John 9 when Jesus says:For judgment I have come into this world, so that those who do not see may gain their sight, and the ones who see may become blind.This sure seems like a contradiction at first blush. Let's consider what contradiction means. The law of non-contradiction says that two contradictory propositions cannot both be true in the same sense at the same time. Both verses quoted above refer to the same time: Jesus coming into the world. But, do both verses refer to judgment in the same sense? I do not think so. Consider John 12:47-50:I have come as a light into the world, so that everyone who believes in me should not remain in darkness. If anyone hears my words and does not obey them, I do not judge him. For I have not come to judge the world, but to save the world. The one who rejects me and does not accept my words has a judge; the word I have spoken will judge him at the last day. For I have not spoken from my own authority, but the Father himself who sent me has commanded me what I should say and what I should speak. And I know that his commandment is eternal life. Thus the things I say, I say just as the Father has told me.What do all three passages in John tell us when read in conjunction? Jesus did not come to judge in the sense of inflicting immediate punishment—i.e., condemn. Those who hear Jesus and disobey he does not condemn. They may continue to do as they please. Jesus is on earth to save not to destroy. However, the revelation that comes through Jesus will eventually judge in the sense of deciding or determining. Jesus' words divide people between those who believe and those do not. And in the last day, at the final judgment, that is the only consideration that will matter.The Great ReversalJesus words at the end of this chapter are enigmatic. “For judgment I have come into this world, so that those who do not see may gain their sight, and the ones who see may become blind.” Jesus also says, “If you were blind, you would not be guilty of sin, but now because you claim that you can see, your guilt remains.”To gain sight is only valuable to one who is blind. To anyone who who thinks that they can already see, that offer is worthless. A doctor is only valuable to a sick man, not to a healthy man. Salvation is only valuable to a condemned sinner, not to a righteous man.Consider these statements found in Matthew 9:12-13:“Those who are healthy don't need a physician, but those who are sick do.”“I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners.”The word “gospel” comes from “god-spell” meaning a “good story.” Gospel is in turn a translation of the Latin word euangelion that means “good news.” What is “good” about the news of Jesus? Christ has come to save the world. He offers this salvation freely to all who would believe in him. But notice that this message is not just pointless but offensive to someone who thinks that they need no saving. That offense, I think, is why those who see become blind. Whatever truth is held by those who see is intentionally discarded by the offense of the good news. They turn deliberately and vehemently from the truth of the gospel. In this way, those who recognize their need are given all things while those who recognize their good things lose all things.

    The Theonauts
    Theonauts 198: The 7 Signs of John

    The Theonauts

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 91:31


    Today we dive into the signs of Jesus in the Gospel of John.  Are there 7 of them?  If so, what are they and why?

    Key Chapters in the Bible
    9/23 John 13 - Breaking the Glass Ceiling of Spiritual Growth

    Key Chapters in the Bible

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 15:44


    There is a spiritual glass ceiling in many people's walk with Christ, and today, as we continue to study the Gospel of John, we'll look at Jesus' teaching at the Last Supper and the keys He gives to us on how to break through any glass ceilings that may be limiting our walk with Him. Join us!  The Key Chapters Bible Podcast is a daily, 15ish minute podcast that goes over the key chapters of the Bible, one per day, explaining how it fits into the overall message of God and how it relates to our lives now. Jump in today or start back in Genesis 1! To see our dedicated podcast website with access to all our episodes and other resources, visit us at: www.keychapters.org. Available on all major podcast platforms, and now on The YouVersion Bible App Find us on all major platforms, or use these direct links: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6OqbnDRrfuyHRmkpUSyoHv Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/366-key-chapters-in-the-bible/id1493571819 YouTube: Key Chapters of the Bible on YouTube. As always, we are grateful to be included in the "Top 100 Bible Podcasts to Follow" from Feedspot.com. Also for regularly being awarded "Podcast of the Day" from PlayerFM. Special thanks to Joseph McDade for providing our theme music.   

    Heart of a Man Podcast
    Is Persecution Coming In America? // The Gospel of John // Bill Moore

    Heart of a Man Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 32:32


    Heart of a Man is men's community based our Carmel, IN. We exist to deeply connect men with a brotherhood equally committed to learning, growing, walking through life together and deepening in faith. Our mission is to build men into character-driven, committed disciples of Jesus, equipped to forge healthy, life-giving relationships at home, at work, and in their communities. Today's lesson is from our Co-Founder and CEO, Bill Moore, talking through John Chapter 16 and answering the questions: What might persecution look like in America? Who is the Holy Spirit? How does He work? What's our role in the process of convicting the world of brokenness we see? Please visit us at www.heartofaman.org to learn more, to contact us, to purchase merchandise, or to join us in-person for one of our many Bible studies and classes!

    The New Testament Daily (with Jerry Dirmann)

    Join Jerry as he continues the wonderful gospel of John. This gospel is written by the apostle John, and has a special place in the Gospel books. John begins at creation, mirroring Genesis 1, and walks us from there, all the way through the the life and ministry of Jesus. You will love this book, which is filled with miracles, teachings, and life lessons that apply to you today. Grab your Bible and join Jerry as you gain understanding of the life and ministry of Jesus through the gospel of John like never before.You can also join Jerry everyday (links below) as he walks us through a chapter of the New Testament, and gives us some amazing insights and applications. Grab your Bible and get ready to take your daily Bible reading to another level with The New Testament Daily with Jerry Dirmann.LINKS:  « NEW TESTAMENT DAILY PODCAST »https://thenewtestamentdailywithjerrydirmann.buzzsprout.com« SUPPORT »You can help us get free resources like this out to more people. Visit https://solidlives.com/give/« SOLID LIVES »Find out more about the ministries of Jerry Dirmann and Solid Lives at https://www.solidlives.com/« BFAM Movements »God is calling believers everywhere to be a part of fulfilling the Great Commission, making disciples around the world, and helping people receive Jesus who have never received. BFAM Movements is an organization that has been designed to help you do just that, with free resources and training. For more information, visit https://BFAMmovements.com/« NEW TESTAMENT DAILY by BIBLICAL BOOK »The Book of Acts:https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYUcYY77RA6TxAXuwLzvg77juP_45f3a-The Book of Romans:https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYUcYY77RA6QQGZKWS2jeCa9IK7-ixOFDThe Book of Hebrews:https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYUcYY77RA6S1WPWddZ-KQwU2-y1SpG0DView more studies here:https://www.youtube.com/c/JerryDirmann/playlists?view=50&sort=dd&shelf_id=3

    The Basic Bible Babe
    Ep. 6 || John 9 || I am Princeton Girl

    The Basic Bible Babe

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 21:31


    Greetings from vacation. Today we are reading the Gospel of John chapter 9. This chapter is dedicated solely to one miracle and one man; the blind man.

    Capital Community Church
    The Last Word - Part 2 - Pastor Raymond Woodward

    Capital Community Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 53:48


    Pastor Raymond Woodward preaching part two of "The Last Word" on the Gospel of John on Wednesday evening. September 21st, 2022. Find us online at: Website: www.capitalcommunity.ca Facebook: www.facebook.com/capitalcommunitychurch Instagram: www.instagram.com/ccc_fredericton YouTube: www.capitalcommunity.tv The Conversation Podcast: www.anchor.fm/ccc-theconversation Sermon Archive Podcast: www.anchor.fm/capitalcommunitychurch

    Sound Words Podcast
    Themes, Truths, & Stories from the Gospel of John

    Sound Words Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 29:46


    The Gospel of John is invaluable in it's teaching about the diety of Christ, the humanity of Christ, and how to have eternal life. Join us in this episode as Pastor Albert Kilgore shares unique themes, truths, and stories from the Gospel of John.Pastor Albert Kilgore is currently teaching through John at his church, Mission Bible Church East Valley in Mesa, AZ. You can find links to his sermons on their website here.

    Redeemed Girl Podcast
    Freedom from the Enemy Pt 2

    Redeemed Girl Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 49:52


    The Bible teaches that Christians face a battle on three fronts: the flesh, the world, and Satan. In this teaching from our series, Passport to Freedom, Marian shares how you can experience victory over the enemy and how to utilize the armor of God. Marian's new Bible study; Behold and Believe, a study of the Gospel of John is now available on Amazon or Barnes & Noble. This study includes free video teachings and is perfect for small groups. www.beholdandbelieve.com

    LARKCAST
    When God Can't Stay Quiet (1/2)

    LARKCAST

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 38:43


    The festival of all Jewish festivals is at hand, and the tension between Jesus and the religious leaders is at an all-time high. At first, Jesus refuses to go but eventually finds himself smack-dab in the middle of the temple rebuking his haters and contending with everyone that he is the messiah they've all been anticipating. Join Russ and Tony as they explore the most unique gospel—the gospel of John—through the lens of the finished work of Jesus. This episode features a conversation in John 7._____________________________________________________Helping You Learn To Live Loved...Become a Lark Supporter: https://larksite.com/donateWeb: https://larksite.comLarkcast: https://larksite.com/larkcastBook: Reclaim (Available on Amazon) https://larksite.com/reclaimInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lark_social/