The Miracles Of Jesus According To John

Author by : Stephen S. Kim
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Description : In our age of theological relativism, Jesus' question to His own disciples continues to ring true: "Who do the people say that the Son of Man is?" Through Jesus' seven miracles and His seven "I Am" sayings, the apostle John provides a clear answer to that all-important question. Furthermore, what do Jesus' miracles represent? Are they designed to point to something or someone? In our "supernatural-crazed" culture that affects even evangelical Christianity, it is refreshing to be reminded that biblical miracles were never arbitrary but were always purposeful, authenticating God's message and His messenger(s). In the Gospel of John, the miracles of Jesus are both Christological, that is, they highlight Jesus' Person, and eschatological, that is, they foreshadow the work the Messiah will do in His future Advent. The miracles remind us that God's desire for every believer is first and foremost a spiritual relationship with Him through His Son. Furthermore, Jesus' miracles also remind us that God's work in and for every believer will be fully and ultimately realized in the everlasting life.


More Alive Than Ever

Author by : Forrest Chaffee
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Description : Finding and using apt illustrations to enhance a sermon or Bible study is a fine art. In this book, Forrest Chaffee proves himself a master at this endeavor. I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting to plumb the depths of some of the most significant miracles of Jesus. Herbert Chilstrom Former Presiding Bishop Evangelical Lutheran Church in America The Gospel of John has a unique function - unlike the synoptic Gospels, which provide chronological accounts of Jesus' life and ministry, John weaves the story and words of Jesus around seven miracles that he calls signs. These signs are the visible evidence that Jesus is the source of true life. Through his spoken words and healing power, Jesus' inspiring life force flows outwardly to all who believe in him. This in-depth exploration of the miracle stories in John's Gospel helps you discover how to tap in to this powerful life force and become more alive than ever. Each chapter studies the scripture text of a miracle to identify the quality associated with it, then offers numerous illustrative examples demonstrating how this sign or trait can positively influence daily living. With thought-provoking discussion questions included, More Alive Than Ever is an excellent resource for small group Bible study or adult Sunday school classes. Its convenient illustration index also makes this a rich source of meaningful metaphors and stories for preaching. But even more, it's stimulating reading for anyone who wants greater insight into these marvelous accounts of God's power at work. Chapters include: ? Joy Is Like The Rain John 2:1-12 ? Trust Is An Umbrella John 4:46-54 ? Hope Can Be Moving John 5:1-9 ? Bread Is Always Needed John 6:1-14 ? Peace Is Like A Flowing River John 6:16-21 ? Seeing Is Getting The Mud Out Of Your Eyes John 9:1-41 ? New Life Is Like A Grain Of Wheat John 11:1-44 This book is a beautiful witness to the possibilities of a deeper and richer spiritual life. Chaffee opens up for us the spiritual wisdom of John's Gospel in understandable simplicity. Jerry L. Schmalenberger Former President Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary Forrest Chaffee has an amazing gift of using stories and illustrations to help his readers discover what he is attempting to say. Laypersons will find this text to be very interesting and easy to read and understand. Chaffee takes the signs of Jesus and brings them down to very practical and earthy applications of everyday life. (from the Foreword) Paul M. Werger Bishop Emeritus, Southeastern Iowa Synod Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Forrest Chaffee opens up the signs of John's Gospel to us as he also opens up his own life and experiences for us to behold. Pastors and laypersons alike will enjoy his rich storytelling abilities. This engaging work, deeply rooted in a faithful pastor's heart, is a resource that will surely help others grow in their faith - and become more alive than ever Daniel Solomon Senior Pastor, Augustana Lutheran Church Boone, Iowa In its sensitivity and simplicity, Forrest Chaffee's pastoral style penetrates to the heart of the Fourth Gospel's theology, which is the sacramental nature of all life. Both the Evangelist and Pastor Chaffee encourage readers to find God in the immediacy of daily existence. Edward W. Amend Emeritus Professor of Religion and Humanities University of Northern Iowa Forrest Chaffee served for over 40 years as the pastor of Lutheran congregations in Minnesota and Iowa. He has taught Old Testament, New Testament, and church history at Gustavus Adolphus College.


The Miracles Of Jesus Christ

Author by : John Clowes
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The Miracles Of Christ

Author by : Dmitri Royster
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Publisher by : St Vladimir's Seminary Press
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Description : By the signs, wonders and miracles He performed, Jesus manifested His compassion for His creatures and the ultimate reason for his coming into the world - His healing and restoration of mankind. The miracles are presented in three parts. The first deals with the miracles recorded in St Matthew's and St Luke's Gospels, as they are read on the Sundays after Pentecost. The second section treats the signs of the Gospel of St John, and the third part surveys the miracles in St Mark's Gospel.


The Meaning In The Miracles

Author by : Jeffrey John
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Description : Explanations of Jesusb miracles often get stuck in their supernatural elements, speculating whether such things could possibly have occurred. Jeffrey John argues that this is to mistake the shell for the kernel. The Gospel writers recorded the many miracles of Jesus not to provoke open-mouthed amazement but, rather, to prompt readers to seek the deeper meaning inside each of these spectacular events. A best-seller in England and now available for the first time in the United States, "The Meaning in the Miracles" is praised as a must-have guide to Jesusb miracles. John walks readers through each miracle story, providing the biblical text then offering insightful commentary that first connects the event with other biblical themes and then makes clear its meaning for today. Each discussion ends with a selection of relevant scripture passages, quotes from literature, and other material meant to aid in further personal reflection and prayer. As John shows, the stories of Jesusb miraculous works are loaded with prophetic and theological significance meant primarily to foster personal faith. By reflecting on the depths and dimensions of meaning the Gospel writers intended to convey, readers encounter afresh the One whose works of power were always a means of announcing the good news of his transforming love -- then and now. bA delight: considerable scholarship with a light touch. . . . Highly recommended.b -- "The Reader"


The Epistemological Basis For Belief According To John S Gospel

Author by : David A. Redelings
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Description : This book, a revision of the author's dissertation, describes the grounds on which knowledge about God is possible according to the Gospel of John. In response to modern questions and doubts about the possibility of religious knowledge, John's answers are identified and illuminated using standard historical method. A major part of this investigation is spent showing that, for readers of all persuasions, it is clear that certain parts of John's Gospel were never intended as either fiction or metaphor. From these parts, the basis on which John thinks that people can have religious knowledge is inferred and described.


Author by : Anonim
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Miracle Man

Author by : John Hendrix
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Publisher by : Abrams Books for Young Readers
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Description : "This picture book written and illustrated by John Hendrix focuses on the Biblical accounts of miracles performed by Jesus and concludes with the Crucifixion and the Resurrection. There is a detailed author's note and a list of Biblical passages."--


The Miracles Of Jesus

Author by : Craig Blomberg
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The Deity And Miracles Of Christ

Author by : Rev. Joseph Sill
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Description : This book is intended to show Jesus's deity through the signs and dialogue in the book of John. John has recorded eight signs or miracles in his Gospel. He begins with the marriage at Cana and progresses through his Gospel to the resurrection, the greatest of all the signs. These miracles in the book of John, and all the Bible for that matter, are not arbitrary but were chosen by the Holy Spirit to show that Jesus is who he says he is. John himself tells us his purpose in writing his Gospel in John 20:21: "But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name." This book is intended for you to look at the miracle and sayings of Jesus in John and show how they point to Jesus being the promised Messiah, the Son of God, deity incarnate. John showed who Jesus was when he said, "I am the bread of life," and proceeded to feed the five thousand with the loaves and fish. John records that he said, "I am the light of the world," and then Jesus proceeded to heal a man born blind from birth. He told Mary at the death of Lazarus, "I am the resurrection and the life," and proceeded to raise the dead. Finally, he told his disciples, "I lay my life down, and I will take it up again." Then he went to the cross, died, and was buried to rise again on the third day. And just in case there is any doubt as to his resurrection, he appears to Thomas in the upper room and to the disciples by the sea of Tiberius. It is my prayer that this book may prove who Jesus is to the minds of all who read it. That they may come to believe that Jesus is who he said he is""the Messiah, the Son of God, who died for our sins""and is raised to make it just as if we never sinned (Romans 4:25).


Ordinary Words Extraordinary Deeds

Author by : John W. Wurster
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Description : The stories of Jesus' miracles can be challenging to modern sensibilities, conditioned as we are to believe that there must be a logical explanation for water being turned into wine or nets suddenly overflowing with fish. But John Wurster suggests that for contemporary preachers and their listeners, the most important question raised by these remarkable accounts is not "How did they happen?" but rather "What do they mean?" "Ordinary Words, Extraordinary Deeds" helps answer that question by exploring the theological significance of the nine miracle stories appearing in Cycle C of the Revised Common Lectionary. Each chapter includes the biblical text along with interpretive reflections that set the passage in its literary context and connect it to major themes of the gospel writer. There's also a section investigating a variety of preaching possibilities and offering brief thoughts about what these texts tell us about the sacraments, since (like the miracles) the sacraments make grace evident in ways we can touch and feel. Specifically geared for the busy pastor with limited time, this is an excellent volume packed with valuable idea starters and rich material for sermon development. But it's also stimulating reading for anyone who wants greater insight into these marvelous stories of God's power at work. Chapter titles include: - The Star (Matthew 2:1-12) - Wedding At Cana (John 2:1-11) - Jesus Transfigured (Luke 9:28-36) - The Lepers (Luke 17:11-19) ... and five more! John W. Wurster is a graduate of Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas (B.A. summa cum laude), Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary (D.Min). Currently the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Findlay, Ohio, Wurster has previously served congregations in Texas, Ohio, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. He is the author of "What If What They Say Is True?" (CSS), a collection of sermons on prophetic texts.


The Miracles Of Jesus

Author by : J. V. JOHN
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Description : One of the important means of Jesus to proclaim the gospel was miracles through which he attempted to lead the people to the faith in God and also the faith in him being the Son of God. Jesus' miracles can generally be classified into four as nature miracles, healing miracles, exorcism, and miracles of bringing back to life. This is an attempt to make a brief analysis of the miracles of Jesus, their types, characteristics, different possible approaches to understand them and a theological overview.


The Miracles Of Jesus

Author by : Hubert J. Richards
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Publisher by : Twenty Third Publications
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The Miracles Of Jesus

Author by : Hendrik van der Loos
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Publisher by : Brill Archive
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Believe In Miracles But Trust In Jesus

Author by : Adrian Rogers
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Description : ABOUT THE BOOK: Scripture says the seven miracles that the apostle John highlighted were intended as signs. The message they carried is proof that Jesus was who He said, the Son of God! And these miracles hold great relevance in our lives today. As Dr. Rogers said, "Their purpose is to deepen our trust in Him, not in the miracles themselves." They serve as signposts pointing to Jesus, showing that He was and is God's answer to your deepest need - to your disappointments, doubts, disabilities, desires, despair, darkness, and death. This book will change the way you view God and His work in our lives. **** ABOUT THE AUTHOR: For over fifty years, Adrian Rogers preached and championed the Word of God. In that time he became one of America's most respected Bible teachers presenting the Good News of Jesus Christ with strong conviction, compassion, and integrity. His ministry continues thanks to a rich legacy of sermons, studies, books, booklets, and other resource materials. Through Love Worth Finding, his multimedia ministry, tens of thousands of believers have had their faith strengthened and thousands more have entered into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. His teaching will inspire you to grow in your love of the Lord and service in His kingdom. "And many other signs truly did Jesus in the presence of His disciples, which are not written in this book: But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through His name." John 20:30-31


The Miracles Of Christ

Author by : John Wylie
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Description : This publication, The Miracles of Christ first began as a series of expositions written with the intent to help the people of God "Be Hopeful" as they draw nearer to The Christ of our Salvation, as well as a call for the unsaved to seek Him. The Miracles of Christ began as true-life experiences and a testimony in my heart where Christ worked miracles in my life. This publication is one among many of my spiritual and Christian witnesses and testimonies to what Christ can and will do if we surrender our all to him. The miracles of Christ became a reality within my life. This book you now hold in hand is one of my many testimonies to Christ's Love and how the Power of His Love makes a difference in one's life. This publication is a "MUST READ." Read and you will be greatly inspired, uplifted, and all the more encouraged in the Lord with the aid of the Holy Spirit, as He orders your steps - He DID MINE! So read on beloved, and you will be drawn ever closer to Christ in a more personal and fulfilling way. As you read, refer to the Word of God (The Bible) often, but prayerfully, as you seek His counsel. Believe in Faith, and He will work a miracle in your life. As you read The Miracles of Christ, expect Christ to bless your life anew. It is my prayer that Christ will bless you abundantly for supporting this book ministry.


At The Rumor Of His Coming

Author by : Henry Hudson
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Description : Jesus's miracles of healing were powerful attractions that caused great multitudes to assemble at the rumor of his coming. Consequently, in every town and village where Jesus was expected, people gathered all of the sick and infirm in one place where Jesus would heal them. Although Jesus was always willing to minister to the needs of the sick as a first priority, miracles of healing have not been given the same degree of importance in the modern-day church. Jesus said that all that believed on him should do the works (miracles of healing) that he did. But most churches in America do not have a specific ministry of healing. I believe that the basic obstacles to healing in the church are related to theological and doctrinal errors, which create doubts about Jesus's divinity, thus generating lack of faith in miracles and unbelief. This book is a critical analysis of Jesus's healing ministry and the essential place it holds in his gospel. Contained in the narrative is an account of the author's experience as a Christian healer in the secular world and in his church, and a guide to developing a healing ministry in your church.


Gospel Basics

Author by : Krom
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Description : It is suggested every new believer begin their study of the Bible by reading the gospel of John. It is the fourth book of what is classified as the New Testament, and offers particular insights and stories about Jesus Christ by the self-proclaimed "apostle who Jesus loved". John's account of the ministry of Jesus consisted of two parts. The first twelve chapters describe Jesus' public ministry, beginning with meeting John the Baptist, and closing with the visit of the Greeks who had come to worship at the Feast of the Passover. The remaining chapters deal with the closing days of Jesus' earthly ministry, in which he gave instructions to his disciples, and explained the meaning of his life and approaching death. This division of the gospel into two parts follows the pattern used by the synoptic gospels' writers, but the contents of the two sections differ widely from the earlier accounts. According to John, Jesus' public ministry can be summarized in connection with a number of miracles that John reports, and then follows the interpretations that point to their spiritual significance. John records only seven miracles. The miracles presented by John are of the presence of the Logos (written Word of God), or the power of God, which brings about a transformation in people's lives. Our Heavenly Father desires heart transformation, not just behavior modification. Let this book begin or refresh your personal study of Jesus from this account by the Apostle John, with commentary by Dr. Krom. Be blessed by Gospel Basics - A Commentary On The Gospel Of John.


Learning To Laugh Again

Author by : REV DR MARSHALL. HOFFMAN
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Description : "There is sufficient power in the miracles of Christ, and the Christ of miracles, to enable us to live in the spirit of holy hilarity." A delightful look at the joy-producing miracles of Jesus in the book of John, from changing water into wine, to healing the blind man, to walking on water. These seven signposts in the Gospel of John point us to Christ, the ultimate cause of our rejoicing. Marshall Hoffman takes us beyond the miracles to their underlying message and pattern, showing how each sign points away from itself to the Lord of glory who is working in our lives. Each sign directs us to a "scenic route" that opens up a breathtaking view of Jesus' delightful sense of humor. Encounter a power that will lift your heart in ever-laughing life. "All the signs point to the person of Christ who has the power to enable us to turn our frowns into smiles. We need the power of the resurrection to create a lifestyle of holy humor. By faith we can tap into the Christ of miracles, and the miracles of Christ, and find them sufficient for our needs. "By faith in the Risen One, we can receive miraculous power to rise from our pallets of pessimism and walk the path of praise, at times leaping for joy with the precious privilege of making our incomparable Jesus the subject of our exultation."


Miracles And Imagery In Luke And John

Author by : Jozef Verheyden
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Description : Luke and John have been the double focus of the research Professor Ulrich Busse has been conducting for many years and which has resulted in major publications on the miracle stories in the Gospel of Luke and on the images and metaphors used by the Fourth Evangelist. Luke and John, miracles and images, was the obvious choice for the topic of this collection of essays in honour of Professor Busse at the occasion of his retirement. The volume contains contributions by P. Hoffmann (Q 6,39.40 and Luke); R. Hoppe (Lk 5,1-11); B.J. Koet - W.E.S. North (Lk 10,38-42 and Jn 11,1-12,8); A. Denaux (Lk 24,29); T. Nicklas (Jn 4,43-54); F. Tolmie (Jn 13,21-30); J.A. Du Rand (Jn 13,31-14,31); G.J. Steyn (Jesus as Lord in Jn); M. Theobald (Augustine on Lk 5,1-11 and Jn 21,1-14); M.J.J. Menken (1 Jn 3,12); J.-M. Van Cangh (Miracle stories in the Jewish and Graeco-Roman world); J.G. van der Watt (Reading the Bible in an African context).


Miracles All Around Us

Author by : John Van Diest
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Publisher by : Harvest House Publishers
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Description : Miracles All Around Us is an encouraging reminder that God continues to work in unexpected ways to reveal Himself to us. Believers and skeptics alike will be inspired by these true tales of answered prayers, miraculous events, evidences of divine intervention, and interactions with mysterious helpers. This collection includes contributions from popular Christian authors such as Billy Graham, Philip Yancey, Bruce Wilkinson, and Ron Rhodes. These true-life stories of heaven touching earth will fill you with the hope and assurance that not only is God active in the world today, but He's intimately involved in your life as well.


You Are Never Alone Study Guide

Author by : Max Lucado
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Description : In this six-session video Bible study (DVD/digital downloads sold separately), bestselling author Max Lucado looks at the miracles of Jesus as recorded in the Gospel of John. As John states, he recorded many of these signs for an express purpose: "These are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name" (John 20:31). John chose the stories and events from Jesus' life that he believed would give his readers strength, empower them, lift them up, and speak life into their situations. By the time John penned the words of his Gospel, he was an old man . . . his hair silver and skin wrinkled. He was pastoring a collection of Christ followers in the distant city of Ephesus. But he still loved to tell the story—some six decades earlier and a thousand miles removed—of when Jesus first called him to lay down his net . . . and he obeyed. The others are gone now. Peter, Andrew, James. They've long since followed their calls and fulfilled their missions. Only John remains, and he knows that his days are coming to an end. It is with this purpose that he takes up his pen . . . to help his readers believe and have life. John's record of Jesus' miracles reassure us that we are never stuck or without hope. We are never forgotten. All the forces of heaven have been marshalled to come to our aid. A rescue mission is underway! The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. A multitude of angels and the power of Scripture. The strength of prayer and the wisdom of saints. All this, and more, are continually working together to get us out and see us through. This is the message of the miracles . . . that with God you are never alone. Designed for use with the You Are Never Alone Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The Gospel Of John

Author by : Felicia Evon Haynes
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Description : The Gospel of John, John the Apostle, Son of Zebedee, Brother of James, Called a "Son of Thunder" is the entire book of the Gospel of John taken from the King James Version of the Holy Bible. The Gospel of John is a comprehensive book that contains Scriptures to gain a full understanding of the story of the first coming of the Messiah, Jesus Christ; the reason that Jesus Christ came (John 4:34: "My meat is to do the will of him that sent me, and to finish his work"); the messages that he taught (John 4:13-14: "Whosoever drinketh of this water shall thirst again: But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life"); and the miracles that Jesus performed (John 8:28-29: "When ye have lifted up the Son of man, then shall ye know that I am he, and that I do nothing of myself; but as my Father hath taught me, I speak these things. And he that sent me is with me: the Father hath not left me alone; for I do always those things that please him."). This is the testimony according to the apostle John.


The Miracles Of Christ

Author by : Jesus Christ
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The Gospel Of John

Author by : Elmer L. Towns
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Description : Do You Understand the Significance of the fact that He is both God and Man? Do you have any idea why he performed the miracles that changed water into wine and made a blind man see? Do you grasp the agony of His suffering on your behalf and how deeply He cares for you? The Gospel of John will guide you into a deeper, more fulfilling relationship with Jesus Christ. Through the eyewitness account of the Apostle John, you will finally understand the meanings behind the miracles of Christ. You will learn to appreciate the love Christ has for those who trust in Him. Elmer Towns places a particular emphasis on the two key words in the book: believe and live. What do you believe about Jesus Christ? And how has it impacted your life today? This commentary will enable you to understand who Christ really is and how His love and forgiveness can give you hope and peace eternally. Book jacket.