John 3:16-21 God’s love for the entire world was manifested by giving over his Son to be a substitute, taking on the judgment that we deserve because of our sin. Pastor Rod Bunton concludes this passage by examining the divine act and the human response.
John 3:16 John 3:16 has to be the most well-known and oft-quoted verse in the Bible. Pastor Rod Bunton digs deep into the first part of the verse to explain God’s motive and answers important questions: why does He love us and does he really love the whole world?
John 3:9-15 After hearing that he must be born of the Spirit, Nicodemus expressed his confusion. Pastor Rod Bunton gets to the heart of the problem: the issue isn’t that you don’t understand, this issue is that you do not believe the one who has ascended into Heaven.
John 3:3-8 Jesus had just told Nicodemus that you must be born again to see the kingdom of God and it was a confusing statement to him, leading to a simple question. Pastor Rod Bunton walks through Jesus’ response that helps clarify what it means to be “born again.”
John 3:1-3 John Chapter 3 is a well-know passage containing the world’s most quoted verse which is one that gets to the heart of the salvation message. Pastor Rod Bunton introduces Nicodemus and the question that was burdening his heart: “What must I do to see Heaven?”
John 2:23-25 Many people at the Passover Feast confessed belief in Jesus because of the signs that he performed. Pastor Rod Bunton explores this passage that explains that Jesus knew that their “miracle faith” was not true because it wasn’t the faith born of regeneration.
John 2:12-22 In this well-known passage, Jesus discovers vendors that supported the needs of the Passover had moved into the temple. Pastor Rod Bunton shows how Jesus’ actions were intended to cleanse the distractions from true worship that God deserved in His house.
John 1:35-2:11 The beginning of Jesus’ ministry starts with the recruiting of disciples and convincing them that he is the Messiah for which they were waiting. Pastor Rod Bunton covers a long passage that demonstrates that the glory of Jesus was being manifested right away.
John 1:25-34 Those who were questioning John the baptizer asked, “Why are you baptizing?” because they didn’t believe he had authority from Jerusalem. Pastor Rod Bunton concludes his teaching on John’s testimony in which he explains why he was particularly chosen for this job.
John 1:19-24 After making the case for who Jesus is, John the apostle turns his focus to the ministry of John the Baptist. In this first of two messages, Pastor Rod Bunton answers one of two questions posed to John the Baptist, “Who are you?”
John 1:14-18 John continues to beautifully describe the incarnation of Christ in this passage. Pastor Rod Bunton expands on the implications of the Word becoming flesh and dwelling among us.
John 1:9-13 Jesus, the true light, came into the world but the world rejected that light. Pastor Rod Bunton explains that we must believe in his name, but that belief must come from above.