Bible Talks by Marcelo Morbelli
Bible Text: John 12:20-36
Jesus speaks with such authority, and has perfromed such miraculous signs, that the people in his time were ready to make him King and to follow him wherever he led them. In our passage, Jesus reveals to them and to us, that being King does not mean what they think it means. We need to come to him on his terms and not ours.
Bible Text: John 9
In our passage today we see that Jesus is the light of the world. For some, this will mean spritual sight as they accept him in faith and worship. For others it will mean spiritual blindness as they reject him, refusing to budge in the face of evidence.
Bible Text: John 6:35-48
Jesus continues the conversation with the crowds and religious leaders after feeding the five thousand hungry people. In verses 35-48 Jesus gives yet another reason and perhaps the ultimate reason why the crowd refuse to come and believe in him.
Bible Text: Matthew 4:1-11
Before Jesus even begins his ministry and mission on earth, he is confronted by the Devil in the wilderness. This confrontation will either make or break Jesus. His battle with the devil proves him to be the perfect son whom we can trust and depend on.
Bible Text: John 6:25-35
The advertising world exists to make us crave and desire anything and everything. We seek for satisfaction in relationships, work, finances, shopping, travel, and so much more. Yet, these things rarely satisfy us for long. Jesus stepped in 2000 years ago and says that he can truly satisfy us, can we believe this?
Bible Text: Daniel 7
In a world that is increasingly hostile to the name of Christ, what is it that has allowed many like Daniel to stand firm? Daniel’s strange vision makes clear to us three truths about God that will allow us to persevere to the end.
Bible Text: Luke 5:17-26
In this incident in Jesus' life, Jesus meets a paralytic man who comes to him for healing. The way Jesus address his problem will shock us. This incident shows us that things in our world and our lives are not as they should be, but Jesus shows us a glimpse into the future when one day they will be.