Jesus redefines greatness. It’s not me vs. you or us vs. them, but each one serving the other and celebrating all ministries done in Jesus name.
Michel Dubé, IW serving in Africa, shares a portion of his testimony and uses a ‘reverse’ bicycle to communicate that we need God’s power to live the Jesus way.
Jesus invites us to trust who he is, particularly when we have no confidence that he can do what we ask.
The way of the cross has profound implications for discipleship.
Jesus guarantees that if believers remain in him that they will bear fruit that honours God, affirms their identity as disciples and makes a lasting impact on the world.
Jesus is the way back to the Father because he and the Father are one.
In our text this morning we get to eaves drop on a conversation between Martha and Jesus where Jesus reveals that he is the resurrection and the life. This means that he is bringing God’s future into our human reality. This truth is the hope that we celebrate at Christmas!
Jesus is the good shepherd who binds up our wounds, provides us with abundant life and guides us into God’s truth.
Jesus was born so that he might be the source of eternal life to all those who will come to him and trust in him.
Jesus warns his followers not to disregard or distrust him as Herod and the Pharisees did.