John 12:37-43: At first, the people would not believe in Jesus; then they could not, because God hardened their hearts. Why does God do this?
John 12:34-36 – Jesus warns the crowd of unbelievers, “Walk in the light before the darkness overtakes you.” Unbelief puts us in a precarious position, in danger, ignorant and with limited chance of rescue. But the opposite is true for those who have faith in Christ, we are safe, we know where we are going and we know that He will never leave us or forsake us.
John 12:9-33 – What kind of kingdom did Jesus come to establish? At the crucial moment Jesus chooses one utterly distinct from the human kingdoms as he sets his face toward the glory of the cross.
John 12:1-8 – Mary, the sister of Lazarus, anoints Jesus and models for us the adoration of God that lies at the heart of life.
Micah 6:1-8 – By Peter Lake
John 11:43-54 – After Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead, the Sanhedrin determine to kill Jesus. John’s description of events gives us 5 tips for faithfulness in the face of determined cultural hostility.
Jesus calls Lazarus back from death, demonstrating his compassion and the power of his Word.
Jesus raises Lazarus – Dave Sweetman
Exploring the importance of marriage for Christians, the church and the world.
In the face of unbelief Jesus points the Pharisees to his works of power and to his followers’ experience of eternal life. John 10:22-42