Jesus Is The Bread Of Life

Sunday, August 2, 2015

Jesus Is The Bread Of Life Who Actually Feeds The Hungry

Pastor Steve Brown

 

When faced with hungry people Jesus stops preaching to physically feed them. We must never forget that our daily bread comes from God and to always receive our daily bread with thanks. Receiving our daily bread with thanks in part means to be Jesus to those who are hungry and feed them. 

 

After hearing this sermon we hope you will recognize that all your daily bread comes from Jesus, receive it always with thanks, and consistently work to feed the hungry.

 

Lessons: 2 Kings 4:42-44, Acts 6:1-7, John 6:1-13.

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Jesus Is The Bread Of Life: It Starts with the Bread

David Drees

 

When we look at the heart of God in the bible, it ultimately is centered on the worship and glorification of His name. Jesus in John 6 is teaching that the needs of the people go far beyond physical, emotional, etc... Their needs terminate (thankfully) on worship and adoration of the Lord, our needs being met are a glorious by product of the Lord allowing us a way to worship Him more completely. Jesus is teaching that the Provision of the Bread is the just beginning of life eternal, it's not the end goal!

 

Lessons: Exodus 16:2-4,9-15 and John 6:24-35

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Jesus Is The Bread Of Life Who Will Never Let Go

Pastor Steve Brown

 

When God, the Holy Spirit, has moved you to faith and given you over to truly trusting in Jesus, you cannot lose your salvation. This is the doctrine of eternal security. 

After hearing this sermon we hope you will never doubt that you are saved and from that overflow do whatever it takes to lead others to trust in Jesus and be saved.

 

Lessons: Deuteronomy 31:7-81 Peter 1:3-5John 6:35-40.

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Jesus Is The Bread Of Life Who Always Has The Right Answer

Christina 'Tini' Horning

 

 

A special "Hello!" to our friends who may be listening in Freiburg, Germany! We loved having 'Tini' back with us today and learning about your ministry on campus.

 

 

Jesus came to and for those who are skeptical. God works in, on, and through us to help us and others understand and experience that he is the bread of life! When we come to him with our scepsis, he will give us an answer. 

 

 

After hearing this sermon we hope you will bring your skeptical thoughts/doubts to the Lord. Trust Him to reveal himself to you. In the same way, bring your skeptical friends and loved ones to Him in prayer. He will work on and in them. 

 

 

Lessons: Psalm 46, 2 Corinthians 3:1-9, John 6:41-51.

 

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Jesus Is The Bread Of Life Who Is Rejected or Believed

Pastor Steve Brown

 

In his sermon recorded in John 6, Jesus’ claims about himself grew increasingly radical to the point that everyone, except the Twelve disciples, rejected and left following Jesus. The Twelve stayed and believed. This has remained the two reactions to Jesus through the centuries and still remains today. 

 

After hearing this sermon, we hope you will, in faith, embrace Jesus as the true bread of life who is the only One who has the words of eternal life. In this way you will have eternal life.

 

Lessons: Deuteronomy 30:19-20a, 1 John 5:10-13, John 6:51-69.

 

 

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