As the crowds follow Jesus into the wilderness, they need sustenance in order to keep going. The disciples are able to find a boy that has 5 loaves and 2 fish and with that, Jesus multiplies them enough to feed 5,000 men, plus women and children! Listen as we discuss this incredible miracle and Jesus walking on the water to the disciples.
The subject of witnesses is of great importance in the biblical narrative. Jesus describes the 4 witnesses that speak to His deity in our study.
After healing a man on the Sabbath and telling him to take his bed and walk, Jesus incurs the ire of the leading Jewish leaders. Jesus begins a lengthy discourse to prove that He is, in fact, the Son of God.
Our study turns to the healing of the man that had an infirmity for 38 years. As he was laying by the pool of Bethesda, Jesus comes along and asks if he wants to be healed. What lessons can we learn from this healing on the Sabbath? Listen to find out!
Jesus finishes his conversation with the Samaritan woman at the well. When it is finished, the woman tells the whole city about the Messiah and they believe on Jesus! Listen as we discuss the circumstances surrounding this event and the healing of the Nobleman's son.
Jesus moves into the region of Samaria. This was something that was abnormal for Jews to do, as is evidenced by the interaction that Jesus has with a random woman coming out to draw water. However, this meeting provides a wonderful opportunity to talk about living water and the correct way to worship God!
Our study concludes Jesus' conversation with Nicodemus and shows the reaction of John the Baptist to the success of Jesus' ministry. Listen to find out more!
This study will cover the entire 2nd chapter of John, covering one of Jesus' most well-known signs, the one that kicks off His public ministry, turning water to wine. Was this alcoholic wine or grape juice? Then we move onto to the first cleansing of the temple and the prophecy of raising up the temple in 3 days. Listen in!
This study is focused on the conversation that Jesus had with a man named Nicodemus at night. Jesus telling him that he needed to be born again in order to enter into the kingdom of God. Then we conclude by looking at the meaning to one of the most well known verses in the entire Bible, verse 16
As we close the first chapter of John, we look at the first interactions with some of the disciples that Jesus had. We then conclude by discussing the meaning of the imagery that Jesus uses with Nathaniel to describe the glory of things that he would see!