In John’s gospel, Jesus claimed to be the source of “living water” and also the “light of the world”. It’s only when we consider these claims in the context of The Feast of Tabernacles that we realise how astounding they really were. How could he make these claims and what do they really mean?
Harmonizing the gospel accounts gives us an insightful, composite view of the resurrection timeline as we consider the greatest event in history! Why do you seek the living among the dead? He is not here, for He is risen!
John 19:30. Just before he died, Jesus uttered on the cross the momentous words ‘It is finished’. What did Jesus mean by this declaration? What are some of the benefits and blessings that his followers should expect to experience from the fulfilment of these words? Hpw does understanding “the finished work” effect your life personally?
John 14:1-6. What did Jesus mean when He said He was The Way, The Truth, and The Life? And How do we know we have it? He also made the qualifier that no man comes to the Father unless it’s through Him. That seems so narrow and exclusive, doesn’t it? Can it really be that […]
John Chap 7-8-9. The central ceremonies during the Jewish Feast of Tabernacles involved drawing water from the Pool of Siloam and the illumination of the temple. This was the astounding context for Jesus saying “come unto me all who thirst” and “I am the Light of The World”. Through the Holy Spirit, our thirst is […]