Jesus is a good shepherd who lays down His life for His sheep.
While the Jewish leaders excommunicate the healed blind man from the synagogue, Jesus consoles the man and renders His own verdict on those doubting leaders.
The man born blind is called in to court all because Jesus healed him. He is found guilty and excommunicated from the synagogue.
While Jesus opens the eye of a man born blind, doubters look for every possible explanation why it could not have happened.
As we turn the page on the year, we review the major themes we have heard and seen so far in the Gospel of John.
Mary asks the angel “how can this be?” The angel Gabriel then tells her and us how it is that God became a man.
Jesus is the gift that does you no good unless you receive it.
Jesus taught us that it is better to give than to receive.
The Jewish leaders of Jesus’ day put a lot of pride in being children of Abraham. But Jesus is greater than even their hero Abraham. Jesus is the son of God, the savior of all mankind!
A Thanksgiving devotional from Psalm 138