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Jesus is the light of the world. What did Jesus mean by this statement? By saying that he was the light of the world, Jesus declares the revelation that God the Son has come to shine light into darkness, to redeem His people. As the light of the world, we not only get salvation...we get Jesus.
We have journey through much of the Gospel of John this year—not verse by verse, but nonetheless, I think that we have been in this glorious Gospel enough to see its purpose (to make Jesus known so that He would be known by others). Today, we find ourselves in John 17. It’s a prayer. In a sense we are eavesdropping, through the miracle of the inspiration of Holy Scripture, on the prayer life of Jesus. There is another prayer that we refer to the Lord’s prayer. You know the one. It begins, “Our Father, who art in Heaven, hallowed be thy name…” But, here in John 17 is another model prayer. As one said, “John 17 gives us a glimpse into the heart of Jesus unlike any other chapter in the four Gospels.” (Gary Burge, NIV Application Commentary, 458)
The equally-yoked bride is now one with her lover, and awaits the exploration of eternity's wonders!
Easter. We celebrate Jesus' resurrection and the promise of eternal life. Yet God also offers us abundant life as we walk this Earth. Four elements that are the LIFE offered by the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
The New Covenant meant that worship is open to all at all times.
This is the last message in our series on 'Community', and the focus of this message is on 'Intimacy' with God.
Sermon by Pastor Dan Hendley. #7 in the series "The Gender Puzzle: Men and Women in Biblical Perspective".