November 18, 2013
We live in the midst of the Muslim world. Not only that, but we live in a city where many different religions are represented. We have a Seikh Temple right down the road, and many of us have Hindu and Buddhist friends we interact with in our daily lives. Of course, there are many in our city who are completely secular and donâ€™t believe in God at all. To our friends from other backgrounds, Jesus is a controversial figure.>>>Continue Reading...>>>
November 14, 2013
Thus far in our study of the book of John, we have seen Jesus. We have seen Him revealed through Apostle Johnâ€™s inspired writings, by John the Baptist and through Jesus' own words and signs. Last week in chapter 3 we saw Jesus revealed through a discussion He had with Nicodemus. This week in chapter 4 we see Him revealed through His encounters with a Samaritan woman and a Roman government official. It is interesting to note that these personal encounters Jesus had were with people from different backgrounds.>>>Continue Reading...>>>
November 10, 2013
We all know John 3:16.
We see it proclaimed on coffee cups, bookmarks, T-shirts, bags, golf caps, and signs outside churches. It might even be on your front page of your bible. John 3:16 is one of the best known verses of the Bible among both Christians and non-Christians. Biblegateway.com says that itâ€™s is the most read verse on their website! So, what more can we learn from this verse? Surely we know it well enough?>>>Continue Reading...>>>