A sermon from John 16:25-33, just in time for Father's Day.
Jesus promises the disciples that they will soon have a direct relationship with the Father. They will be able to pray to him themselves, and the Father will listen because he loves them--and because he is personally present with them by the Holy Spirit.
Sermon on John 8:48-59 by Nathan Wheeler.
Some Jews in Jerusalem at the Feast of Tabernacles, who had believed in Jesus earlier in the dialogue, now judge Jesus a blasphemer worthy of execution. They stumbled over their failure to understand Jesus, when they should have paid attention to the evidence of the Spirit with him.
A sermon from John 8:2-11 by Nathan Wheeler.
Three types of hearts are exposed when they come into the presence of Jesus, the Light of the World.
Sermon from John 7:1-9 by Nathan Wheeler, Sunday morning, February 3, 2019.
Jesus's brothers urge him to take advantage of the opportunity for publicity at the Feast of Booths in Jerusalem. In Jesus's response to them we learn to patiently wait until God grants us the faith that it is His time for us to take action.