Jesus teaches us to pray that we would have all we need today to exist on to tomorrow for God’s cause.
Christ has died. Christ has risen. What next? Christ will come again. In particular, when Jesus returns, he will come to judge the living and the dead.
Bible Text: John 21:15-23 | Preacher: Dan Lee | Series: Seeing Jesus' Glory | Jesus rose. So what? John writes one more chapter to answer that question. In Peter, we’ll see how Jesus not only offers forgiveness but also his invitation to follow.
Bible Text: John 20:19-31 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: Seeing Jesus' Glory | From Thomas the greatest cynic filled 100% disbelief comes the greatest confession of Christ as Lord and God.
Bible Text: John 19 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: Seeing Jesus' Glory | Jesus was clear to Pontius Pilate and to us that “everyone on the side of Truth listens me.” For truth is a person and that person is our Lord Jesus.
Bible Text: John 18 | Preacher: Mark Boyley | Series: Seeing Jesus' Glory | Why do we fight God? Jesus was deliberate in getting arrested, and determined to use His divine power to go to the cross and save us.
Bible Text: John 17 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: Seeing Jesus' Glory | Jesus prays for himself, for the 11 apostles, and most wonderfully for us 2000 years later. His big prayer point is that we would be one in love and truth so that the world may know that Jesus is heaven sent.
Bible Text: John 16:16-33 | Speaker: Ray Galea, Dan Lee | Series: Seeing Jesus' Glory
Bible Text: John 15:18-25 | Preacher: Rob Abboud | Series: Seeing Jesus' Glory | Just as Christians receive the benefits of Jesus’ love with the father, so too we receive the consequences of the world’s hate towards him.