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Jesus looks ahead to the cross in John 12:27-28. This audio devotional explains how a voice from heaven confirms His mission, which will glorify the Father.
The story of Lazarus being raised from the dead is making an impact in John 12:10-11. This audio devotional explains the circumstances in more detail.
Jesus is about to call Lazarus forth from his grave in John 11:41-42. Listen to this audio devotional as He strengthens the belief of those nearby.
In hard times, when there seems to be no hope, Jesus often asks if we really believe. That is His question in this audio devotional from John 11:25-26.
Jesus came that his disciples might have life and have it more abundantly. That is the message of John 10:10 and the subject of this audio devotional.
A certain man was healed of blindness by Jesus, but he didn't know He was the Son of God. Find details in this audio devotional from John 9:35-36.
The man answering in John 9:11 followed Jesus' instructions in faith and experienced a miracle! This audio devotional encourages us to do the same.
Jesus fulfilled the promise to Abraham that, in his lineage, all nations of the earth would be blessed. This John 8:56-58 audio devotional has more.
Disciples of Jesus live in freedom because we know Him - and because we believe and obey what He says. Learn more in this John 8:31-32 audio devotional.
The picture of Jesus as light is common in scripture. This audio devotional from John 8:12 reminds us that it has real-world meaning for every day.
For the thirsty, God provides living water through His son. This audio devotional from John 7:37-38 provides detail on this foundational concept.
This audio devotional is from John 6:49-50. It argues that physical provision is important, but must be used to glorify God and point others to Him.
One fashionable theory suggests: “a Christian is a person that shows empathy and has a desire to make the world ‘a better place.'” While perhaps helpful, these things have precisely nothing to do with Christianity, which is trusting Jesus and having a Bible-guided walk with Him.