The miracle that happens at the wedding of Cana happens in the midst of desperation. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Jessica LaGrone shows us how miracles in the Gospels are preceded by desperate situations, which points to the care and sufficiency of Jesus.
The life, death, and resurrection of Jesus reenact and fulfill the Old Testament story.
Mary had returned to the tomb with the male disciples, but she did not leave like them. She lingered at the tomb, weeping and mourning.
Jesus has taken Peter through the whole recommissioning process, and it was emotional.
When Jesus enters Jerusalem during Passover, it appears he is following a prophetic script to reveal who he is and what his intentions are.
Jesus’ death and resurrection achieves God’s ultimate victory over sin, brokenness, and injustice and opens an abundant future for all who trust in him. It also provides a grand reversal—the church, now as Israel, is supposed to "Go" out to all the nations. Read more from Brian Russell.
Peter denied Jesus by a charcoal fire, and he will be restored beside one.
Who is the thief that comes to steal, kill, and destroy, according to John 10:10? The answer might surprise you. Watch this video and listen in on Dr. Craig Keener explain the background to this passage.
http://youtu.be/tdcwx18dIWw Dr. Craig Keener goes through the Gospel of John highlighting all of the water imagery and explaining its significance.
We all think we know everything there is to know about Jesus, but do we? Andrew Dragos shares seven things about the gospel of Jesus that might surprise you!
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