When we come to know Jesus in John's Gospel, we come to know God.
Not only is Jesus the Life that created all material life, but he is the Life that creates all eternal life.
Let's join John the Baptist in saying, “Jesus must increase, but I must decrease.”
By becoming a man, Jesus shows us the glory of God.
Those who by grace are born of God have seen the glory of God that Moses asked to see but wasn't permitted.
Those who embrace Jesus as their Lamb and their Lord will be sheltered from God's otherwise inescapable wrath.
Baptism by the Holy Spirit is mainly about Jesus, not the Holy Spirit.
7 ways John shows us the glory of Jesus.
What do Jesus' titles in the first chapter of John say about him?
3 of Christ's glories on display in John 2.
Jesus is the new temple. Authentic worship is no longer attached to any place. It is attached to Jesus.
God can put his people through the fires of suffering to awaken their appetite for prayer.
More than just memorizing Scripture, Jesus' words abiding in us means they take root in us and bear fruit.
Jesus knows everything about everyone and is still willing to love those who trust in him.
What does Jesus mean by comparing himself to the bronze snake Moses raised in Numbers 21?
Twenty centuries later, we can still see the truth of the Resurrection.
The Wind of God's Spirit gives new birth to whoever he pleases.
In John 3:16, seven of the greatest realities in existence are packed into one sentence.
John 3:16 represents a glorious love, but there is more to God's love than the free offer of the gospel.
Jesus didn't come to a neutral world. He came to those already dead and guilty to make some alive and free.
John the Baptist models how we ought to respond to the exaltation of Jesus.
The Gospel of John lifts Jesus up as coming from God, being full of God, and speaking and ruling as God.
The woman-at-the-well account reveals woeful truth about us and wonderful truth about Jesus.
We are blind to Jesus' living water, but he'll expose this sin in us and then save us from it.
Only those who know Jesus have the Spirit and know the truth that makes real worship possible.
The natural timeframe of sowing and reaping does not pertain to Jesus and his saving power.
What do Jesus' miracles say about Jesus?
Miracles should motivate us to look past the miracle to Jesus and move away from sin.
John 5:1-24 has at least 3 extraordinary things to teach us about Jesus.
At least six observations about the final judgment can be made from John 5:25-29.
What does Jesus see as the underlying problem when he indicts unbelievers?
For He Wrote of Me
Wherever God is revealed in the Old Testament, Jesus is revealed.
Look beyond the bread God provides to the Bread of Life.
Jesus’ presence brings the kind of fullness that produces generosity and risk-taking in his church.
When Jesus is our highest Treasure something about everything changes.
Jesus and all that God is for us in him is what we hunger and thirst for, and saving faith is being satisfied in him.
What does it mean that no one can come to Jesus unless the father draws them?
To know God, we need to be taught by him who Jesus is.
As once-adoring followers disappear, Jesus' message becomes clearer and clearer: Their resistance itself is in God's hands.
Though numerous questions remain, we know there's no one like Jesus and no words of eternal life like the words he spoke.