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Responding to the Resurrection

This week we look into the question, if Jesus raised Lazarus and shows that he has power over sin and death, how do we respond to him?

Note:We have been experiencing some recording errors which have delayed our posting of these sermons.

 

John 11:45-12:11

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The Glory and Authority of Jesus

We continue our journey through the Gospel of John. Today we come to a passage that invites us to examine how we interact with God and his word.  Do we sit above God and his word? Do we take it as nice advice? Or, do we submit to God as his word as being above us? This week Pastor Sam will examine how these questions effect how we look at Jesus and our interaction with Him.

The Gospel (which means “Good New” in Greek) is the story of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. While there are four Gospel accounts of Jesus’ life, John is written from a unique style which is both poetic and profound. Over the next several months Grace & Peace will walking through the Gospel of John.

Note:First, This recording comes from Covenant Community Church. Pastor Sam was invited to preach at Covenant Community Church, and the recording from our gathering was corrupted. Second, we could not record Jan. 29th’s sermon, so the next available sermon is from Feb 5th.

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How Not to Respond to Jesus

In the last passage, Jesus at first rejects a man’s request for help, but, in the end, this man’s request is answered and he becomes one of Jesus’s followers. This week we look at two very different responses to Jesus, where both end up rejecting him. This week we will learn how not to respond to Jesus.

The Gospel (which means “Good New” in Greek) is the story of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. While there are four Gospel accounts of Jesus’ life, John is written from a unique style which is both poetic and profound. Over the next several months Grace & Peace will walking through the Gospel of John.

Note: We had troubles recording the sermons the two weeks prior to Christmas, and had a joint service which was unrecorded on the 25th.

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Welcoming Jesus vs. Honor Jesus

This week, we look at a curious passage where Jesus, at first, seems to be rejecting a father’s request to heal his son. What we come to understand is that Jesus desires more than just to heal this boy, he desires to give this man life, as well.

The Gospel (which means “Good New” in Greek) is the story of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. While there are four Gospel accounts of Jesus’ life, John is written from a unique style which is both poetic and profound. Over the next several months Grace & Peace will walking through the Gospel of John.

Note: We had troubles recording the sermons the two weeks prior to Christmas, and had a joint service which was unrecorded on the 25th.