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Bread can sustain a man's physical life, but Jesus is the bread of life. Find an explanation in this audio devotional from John 6:32-33.
How far can a small amount of food go? When Jesus enters the equation, the answer changes dramatically, as this John 6:9 audio devotional makes clear.
Jesus urges those that would kill Him, to search the scriptures in John 5:39. As this audio devotional contends, they plainly, certainly speak of Him.
The subject of this audio devotional from John 5:7-8, is a man who has been unable to walk for thirty eight years. In this chapter, he meets Jesus.
In John 4:41-42 we see many more believing in Jesus. We discuss the importance of "his own word" in that process during this audio devotional.
The woman we find in John 4:28-29 has come face to face with Jesus. This audio devotional details her words and actions following the encounter.
Men long for refreshing of soul that is lasting. Jesus offers an everlasting well of water in this audio devotional from John 4:13-14.
This John 3:36 audio devotional speaks of Jesus. Those who believe on Him are promised life everlasting, but those who believe not, only wrath.
John 3:19-20 describes how men run from light and reproof. But this audio devotional encourages us to run to the Light and embrace deliverance.
The phrase "born again," seen in John 3:3, is confusing to some. This audio devotional explains why the concept makes sense to every believer.
This audio devotional from John 2:23-24 establishes Jesus' knowledge of all men. There will be no mistake with Him about what we really believe.
In John 1:45-46, Nathanael asks "Can there any good thing come out of Nazareth?" Philip and this audio devotional urge us to take a closer look.
There is willful rejection of logic wherever there is willful rejection of Christian theology. Logic acknowledges the existence of truth and affirms the need to shape our thinking by that truth. This is a God-given mandate, and where He is disdained, his mandates are disdained.