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Long before Jesus told his church to be his witnesses, God the Father witnessed to the authority of God the Son to judge the world and to give life to all who believe. The Father testified to the authority of the Son through the witnesses...

In this passage, the Jewish leaders rightly understood that Jesus was claiming equality with God. Jesus took the opportunity to explain that his equality with God means the Father has given him the authority to judge and to give life. With this authority, Jesus came...

Justin Tucker speaks on John 5:1-18. 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 this episode of Jesus' ministry in Galilee, where he did signs to reveal himself to people, we see another person believe in him. This man is moved along in his faith from believing that Jesus can heal his son to believing in Jesus himself....

A woman asked Jesus where the proper place of worship is. Jesus answered by telling her who the true worshippers are. True worshippers are those who worship the Father in spirit and truth. Jesus baptizes with the Holy Spirit and makes us spiritually alive. From...

Jesus offers living water and invites us to ask him for it. The living water metaphor is all through the Bible and prominent in the Gospel of John. From it we understand that Jesus is offering cleansing from sin, spiritual life that begins now and...

John brought a word of clarity to a dispute over religious rituals and ministry success. The point of all ritual and the purpose of all ministry is the increase of the glory and grace of Jesus. He must increase. Today we ask the Lord for...

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