Monthly Archives: January 2009

Eating Jesus

I had a great opportunity to share the fruit of my study in John 6 with the men at the Detroit Rescue Mission on this past Lord’s Day. I continue to be amazed at not only the depth of Jesus … Continue reading

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The Work that God Accepts????

Well, Here we are again in John 6. This is a densely packed chapter of Scripture.  It is also very challenging to our sense of accomplishment and the strong human desire to be accepted by our works. Jesus again pushes … Continue reading

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Full Belly Syndrome

As I continue to preach through the Gospel of John,  I continue to see Jesus deal with issues that confront us to this day. After Jesus fed the 5,000 at the beginning of John 6, rather than begin preaching to … Continue reading

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Heroes and Heretics Part 7 – Wycliff to Luther

Well, our January meeting was a good one. Looking over the religious and political environment toward the close of the Middle Ages. In this lesson we learned about the separation of powers from the Papal authority over both church and … Continue reading

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Testing 1 2 3…

I am really enjoying John’s Gospel!  In John 6 Jesus again makes an opportunity to present the truth about who He is to the Jewish people. Here, in the wilderness He draws a humongous crowd and before He preaches to … Continue reading

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