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In this audio devotional from John 19:10-11, we discuss the authority God grants men and assert that none of us can wield that power without His consent.
The sinless Savior placed Himself, willingly, in the hands of men who would punish Him as though He were a criminal. This John 19:1-3 devotional explains.
In John 18:20-21, Jesus answers a question from the high priest about His disciples and His doctrine. This audio devotional explains His response.
A band of men have come looking for Jesus when He asks "Whom seek ye?" This audio devotional from John 18:4-5 explains a little more of the situation.
Jesus is aware of all the difficulties His disciples will face, but He does not pray for our escape. This audio devotional from John 17:15-17 has more.
Jesus speaks words of peace to His disciples in John 16:33. This audio devotional is about tribulation and believer's ability to have good cheer.
After Jesus' resurrection, the sorrow of the disciples becomes joy. That transition is compared to child birth in this audio devotional from John 16:21.
We should not be surprised if the world hates us. We are not of this world. This audio devotional from John 15:18-19 provides an explanation.
This John 15:4 audio devotional explains why our Christian life cannot be successful without abiding in the vine. Jesus describes himself as the true vine.
Jesus has spoken for several verses about a Comforter. In John 14:26 we learn He is the Holy Spirit. This audio devotional tells us more about Him.
There is no need for Christians to be troubled, Jesus is preparing a place for us. This audio devotional from John 14:1-2 explains the subject further.
When we have the kind of love Jesus talks about in John 13:34-35, we resemble Him. As this audio devotional explains, it is a love the world notices.
It is often apparent the only winners in social media debates are those who don’t participate.