From John 19:1-8, we see how the peoples mocked Jesus as He claimed to be their King and God’s Son. Yet Jesus didn’t invent those titles, they were given to Him by God Himself in the Second Psalm.
From John 18:37-38, we look at what Jesus said about truth throughout John’s Gospel.
From John 18:33-40, we see the contrasting way that Jesus and Pilate viewed and used their authority.
From John 18-28-32, we see how the religious leaders of Israel conspired to have Pilate condemn Jesus.
In John 18:12-27, Jesus is on trial before the high priest and Peter is “on trial” in the court of public opinion. Let’s talk about publicly declaring our connection to Christ.
In John 18:1-11, we discuss the arrest of Jesus by Judas and the soldiers of the chief priests.
In this final section of Jesus’ prayer to the Father for His followers, He asks the Father to make us one with each other. Christian unity is key within the heart and will of God.
In John 17:11-19, we continue looking at the prayer Jesus offered to the Father on your behalf. In this section, Jesus moves from the who to the what … what is Jesus asking the Father for us?
In John 17:1-10, we look at the prayer Jesus offered to the Father on your behalf. Jesus was uniquely thinking of you when He prayed this.
From John 16:25-33, we see how Jesus prepared His disciples for His soon return to the Father. He had successfully completed His salvation mission to earth, culminating in His crucifixion, death, burial, and resurrection. He then would return to heaven as the overcomer of the world.