Sermons on John

Sermons on John

John’s Epilogue Pt.2: Peter’s Restoration

Sermon #10 in the Series: “Looking to the Cross and the Empty Tomb” Scripture: John 21:15-25. Sermon Titled: “John’s Epilogue Pt.2: Peter’s Restoration” Sermon in a Sentence: “There is hope for those who have failed to experience forgiveness and restoration, and to live their lives with a unique purpose in service of the Lord.”

John’s Epilogue Pt.1: The Large Catch and Breakfast by the Sea

Sermon #9 in the Series: “Looking to the Cross and the Empty Tomb” Scripture: John 21:1-14. Sermon Titled: “John’s Epilogue Pt.1: The Large Catch and Breakfast by the Sea” Sermon in a Sentence: “We will experience the blessings of the Lord that will far exceed our expectations and imaginations when we place our trust in the all-sufficient Savior, live our lives in obedience to Him, and pursue intimate fellowship with Him.”

Jesus, the Disciples, and Thomas

Sermon #8 in the Series: “Looking to the Cross and the Empty Tomb” Scripture: John 20:19-31. Sermon Titled: “Jesus, the Disciples, and Thomas” Sermon in a Sentence: “All of your hope for this life and the life to come rests upon your belief that Jesus Christ died for your sins and rose from the dead to be your Savior and Lord.”

Jesus and Mary Magdalene

Sermon #7 in the Series: “Looking to the Cross and the Empty Tomb” Scripture: John 20:11-18. Sermon Titled: “Jesus and Mary Magdalene” Sermon in a Sentence: “The victorious resurrection of Jesus changes our sorrow into everlasting joy and compels us to share that same good news with others.”

Jesus and the Graveclothes He Left Behind

Sermon #6 in the Series: “Looking to the Cross and the Empty Tomb” Scripture: John 20:1-10. Sermon Titled: “Jesus and the Graveclothes He Left Behind” Sermon in a Sentence: “The graveclothes that Jesus left behind give testimony that He is alive and should lead us to believe in Him as Savior and Lord.”

Jesus, Crucified, Dead, and Buried

Sermon #5 in the Series: “Looking to the Cross and the Empty Tomb” Scripture: John 19:16-42. Sermon Titled: “Jesus, Crucified, Dead, and Buried” Sermon in a Sentence: “Because God planned and provided fully for our salvation through Christ’s death on the cross, we are called to believe in Jesus and live boldly as His disciples.”

Jesus, Tried, Rejected, and Sentenced

Sermon #4 in the Series: “Looking to the Cross and the Empty Tomb” Scripture: John 19:16-42. Sermon Titled: “Jesus, Tried, Rejected, and Sentenced” Sermon in a Sentence: “Although He was rejected, beaten, scourged, crowned with thorns, mercilessly mocked, and unjustly crucified, Jesus Christ is the King of kings who died in the place of sinners, and His glory and majesty calls you to trust in Him as Savior and Lord.”

Jesus, Betrayed and Arrested

Sermon #2 in the Series: “Looking to the Cross and the Empty Tomb” Scripture: John 18:1-14. Sermon Titled: “Jesus, Betrayed and Arrested” Sermon in a Sentence: “Jesus surrendered Himself to be betrayed, arrested, and ultimately crucified in order to drink the cup of God’s wrath so that sinners like you and me can be saved.”

Jesus Prays for Himself, His Disciples, and Us

Sermon #1 in the Series: “Looking to the Cross and the Empty Tomb” Scripture: John 17. Sermon Titled: “Jesus Prays for Himself, His Disciples, and Us.” Sermon in a Sentence: “Jesus’ prayer looks forward to the cross by which He is ultimately glorified and His church is protected, sanctified, commissioned, and unified in the hope of eternal life in His presence.”

Everlasting Joy and Transcendent Peace

Sermon #10 in the series “Lessons from the Upper Room” – “Sermon Title: What the Holy Spirit Does” Scripture: John 16:16-33. Sermon In a Sentence: “Because of Jesus’ sacrificial death and triumphant resurrection, those who place their faith in Him will be gifted with everlasting joy and transcendent peace.”

What the Holy Spirit Does

Sermon #9 in the series “Lessons from the Upper Room” – “Sermon Title: What the Holy Spirit Does” Scripture: John 16:4b-15. Sermon In a Sentence: “The Holy Spirit brings glory to Jesus by guiding His disciples into all truth, and by bringing conviction of guilt to the world when the reliable testimony of the Scriptures is faithfully proclaimed.”

Hated and Persecuted by the World

Sermon #8 in the series “Lessons from the Upper Room” – “Sermon Title: Hated and Persecuted by the World” Scripture: John 15:18-16:4. Sermon In a Sentence: “While we who are Jesus’ disciples will encounter hatred and persecution, we are helped by the Holy Spirit who empowers us to remain His faithful witnesses.”

Abiding in Christ

Sermon #6 in the series “Lessons from the Upper Room” – “Sermon Title: Abiding in Christ” Scripture: John 15:1-11. Sermon In a Sentence: “The more we abide in Christ by loving and obeying Him, the more fruitful we will be; the more fruitful we are, the more joy we will possess.”

The Remedy for Troubled Hearts, pt.2

Sermon #5 in the series “Lessons from the Upper Room” – “Sermon Title: The Remedy for Troubled Hearts pt. 2” Scripture: John 14:15-31. Sermon In a Sentence: “Untroubled hearts enjoy a supernatural peace resulting from the intimate fellowship they have with Jesus through the indwelling Holy Spirit whom Jesus promises to those who love and obey Him.”

The Remedy for Troubled Hearts

Sermon #4 in the series “Lessons from the Upper Room” – “Sermon Title: The Remedy for Troubled Hearts” Scripture: John 14:1-14. Sermon In a Sentence: “To have untroubled hearts, we must trust Jesus because His word is true, He is the only way to the Father, and He makes the Father known.”

The Glory of Christ

Sermon #3 in the series “Lessons from the Upper Room” – “Sermon Title: The Remedy for Troubled Hearts” Scripture: John 14:1-14. Sermon In a Sentence: “To have untroubled hearts, we must trust Jesus because His word is true, He is the only way to the Father, and He makes the Father known.”

Judas the Betrayer

Sermon #2 in the series “Lessons from the Upper Room” – “Sermon Title: Judas the Betrayer” Scripture: John 13:18-30. Sermon In a Sentence: “Judas’ act of betrayal is both a warning to not confuse Christian activity, having a Christian reputation, or exposure to Christian doctrine with an actual relationship with Christ, and an invitation to receive Christ’s love and gift of eternal life through faith in His atoning sacrifice.”

Jesus Washes His Disciples’ Feet

Sermon #1 in the series “Lessons from the Upper Room” – “Sermon Title: Jesus Washes His Disciples’ Feet Scripture: John 13:1-17. Sermon In a Sentence: “Because the Lord Jesus loved us to the end by serving us through His self-sacrifice, our only hope is to receive His love and live a life of selfless service and purposeful sacrifice for the sake of the gospel.”

The Resurrected Jesus Brings Hope!

Sermon Series: Easter Sunday 2020 Sermon Title: The Resurrected Jesus Brings Hope! Scripture: John 20:11-18. Sermon In a Sentence: “Easter Sunday is a day of rejoicing because the resurrected Jesus brings hope – both now and forever!”

The Rewards of Following Jesus, pt.3

Sermon #7 in Sermon Series: Follow Me! Sermon Title: The Rewards of Following Jesus, pt.3. Scripture: John 21-1-22. Sermon In a Sentence: “Though you may have failed miserably, when you look only to Jesus and follow Him, you can be forgiven and have the focus of your life and your fellowship with Him restored.”
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