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In this passage we see Jesus praying. We hear his heart of love for the Father and for us. His prayer reveals his determination to glorify God and give us eternal life. What do we gain from the vision of our Savior in prayer? Faith,...

To the troubled disciples, Jesus speaks of more trouble to come. The followers of Jesus will have tribulation in the world. Today, we hear Jesus calling us to face the reality of hardship in the world with the confidence of victory in him. Take heart,...

In the allegory of the vine and branches, Jesus prepares his disciples for his departure by bringing together the nature of their relationship with him, their mission in the world, and the ultimate priority for which they were called. Disciples of Jesus abide in him...

Also includes John 14:25-31, 15:26-27, & 16:5-15. To the troubled and confused disciples who are contemplating his departure, Jesus gives another promise related to their future as his followers. He promised that the Father would send another Helper to be with them forever. This promise was...

When Jesus was with his disciples on earth he kept them together. He corralled, corrected, and connected this group of strong-willed men when they didn’t get along. When Jesus left them, he gave them a new commandment to love one another as he loved them....

Jesus prepared the disciples for his departure by telling them that love and obedience are inseparable. Jesus loved the Father and became obedient to the point of death on the cross. The cross was also a display of love for us. Now, the love of...

To his troubled disciples who feared a future without him, Jesus said, “I will come again.” This is the first promise Jesus gave in the Farewell Discourse. If we believe Jesus and his promise, we will find peace for our troubled hearts and hope for...

This passage shows us the grace and power of Jesus to keep his followers in the faith even when they fail at times to be faithful. May we gain today a fresh vision of God who restores, a renewed love for Jesus who calls, and...

When Jesus washed the disciples feet he communicated two messages. First, he washes us by forgiving our sins through his death on the cross. Second, we wash one another’s feet by becoming servants as he did. Imagine the beauty of a congregation where the humility...

The Apostle John is eager to communicate that Jesus has his people in the world and that he loves them to the end. This morning we will consider the kind of love that Jesus has for us, the enduring nature of his love, and why...

David Atchison speaks on Mark 10:35-45. Grace Community Church exists to build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the world. One of the ways that we pursue this mission is by gathering each Sunday for corporate worship, prayer, and biblical teaching. The corporate nature of this...

In what amounts to the final recorded words of Jesus’ public ministry, he is calling people to believe in him. It is important for us to hear what Jesus said, and also to understand why his words are placed at this point in the Gospel....

Today we hear Jesus say that the appointed time has come for him to be glorified.  Shockingly, Jesus said that his glory is like that of a grain of wheat which first dies in the ground before it produces fruit.  With new eyes we see...

The Good Shepherd analogy reveals the richness of the relationship that Jesus has with his church, and with each of his followers.  In every act and quality of the shepherd, we see the love and care that Jesus has for us. Like sheep to a...

The Good Shepherd analogy reveals the richness of the relationship Jesus has with his church, and with each of his followers. In every act and quality of the shepherd, we see the love and care that Jesus has for us. Like sheep to a shepherd,...

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