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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This audio devotional from John 1:29 examines an exciting statement from John the Baptist. And tells of the wonder of sin forgiven by the Messiah!
These verses outline the rejection of the Creator by His creation. In this audio devotional, we are encouraged to instead embrace Him as the only Savior.
There are not many ways to God. I Timothy 2:5-6 and this audio devotional remind us that there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.
This I Timothy 1:15 audio devotional reminds us of Jesus' mission in the world, which was to save sinners. And speaks more about how this applies to us.
This audio devotional from I Thessalonians 4:13 offers an encouraging reminder about those who have died in Christ. Those who trust Him have eternal hope.