Biblical Messages

What Is Truth?

That’s the question Pilate asked Jesus when Jesus started talking about truth in his trial.  It’s a question a lot of people ask today, too.  Take a look at this message, based on John 18.28-40.  (As you will notice, I remark on the fact that my digital audio recorder’s batteries died part-way through the message, which is why we only have the Facebook Live feed today; you can watch it with or without a Facebook account.  Just click the link.)

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Biblical Messages

No Excuse

There are two kinds of revelation in Christian theology:  general revelation and special revelation.  And these leave us without excuse when it comes to knowing God, and having a relationship with Jesus.  In this message, that’s how we apply Jesus’ trial before Annas in John 18.19-24.  Have a listen, or watch it below.

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Biblical Messages

Denied!

Preachers often take a passage like John 18.15-18, 25-27 and tell us, “Don’t do that!” They’re right, of course, but how can we put a positive spin on this?  What lesson can we learn from Peter’s denial that will encourage us in our faith?  Listen, or watch, and find out.

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Biblical Messages

Who are you looking for?

For this first Sunday in Lent, we skip over to John 18.1-14 to the last encounter Jesus had before he was led away to be crucified.  “Who are you looking for?” he asked the Roman soldiers.  It’s a good question for us to ask, too.  Learn why in this message, where you can listen or watch via the links below.

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