Many people followed Jesus during His earthly ministry, but eventually most of them fell away. Listen in as Bobby McCreery shares how Jesus began a process of weeding out false disciples.
John 8:21-30 – Though many teach that you need Jesus plus your own righteousness, D.R. explains that Jesus taught quite the opposite.
John 7:40-52 – At the Feast of Tabernacles the crowds at the Temple were divided concerning Jesus. Some said He was the Prophet, others the Christ – even the Temple guards agreed, “No one ever spoke like this man!”
John 7:25-46 – Everyone who believes in Jesus will have in them the Spirit of God who will flow through them and give them all they need to do the work of God.
John 20-21 – The importance of The Resurrection cannot be overstated (1 Cor. 15). For Jesus’ disciples it was a game changer, transforming their lives from insecurity to boldness. Has His Resurrection had a similar affect on you?
John 7:32-36 – When Jesus told the Jews that where He was going they could not come, what exactly did He mean? With the Passover and Easter weekend upon us, listen in to this timely message.
John 7:25-31 – After most of His followers abandoned Him, many in Jerusalem were divided on whether Jesus was the Christ. At the Feast of Tabernacles several baseless objections were voiced. Thanks to the on-going work of the Holy Spirit, Christians need not fall sway to such objections.
John 7:1-24 – After many of His followers had fallen away, Jesus was met with much skepticism at the Feast of Tabernacles. To better understand what was taking place, one must consider the setting, the selfish criticism of the skeptics, and the scriptural confirmations His critics had ignored.
John 6:60-71 – Every single one of us is destined for Hell…unless…unless God steps in and does a work through His Holy Spirit in our hearts.
John 6:35-39 – He (Jesus) is the only true life that there is.