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John 6:4

John 6:4

Christ participated in four Passover celebrations during His short, three-and-a-half-year ministry on earth. Early in His ministry He cleansed the Temple in Jerusalem, by overthrowing the tables of the money-changers proclaiming, My Father’s House is a house of prayer for all people, but you had made it a den of thieves. This first Passover seemed to be a critical event at the start of read more...

John 6:20

John 6:20

Jesus was going about doing good. He authenticated His claim to be Israel's Messiah through the many signs and wonders He performed.. in fulfilment of Bible prophecy. People wondered if He was the coming great Prophet about whom Moses spoke. Like Moses, He fed the people in the wilderness and promised to save them from their sins.. and so great multitudes followed Him.. wondering if He could be the promised Son of David.

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John 6:29

John 6:29

Whenever we think of the word, 'work' - it brings to the mind some activity that we have to DO. As good Christians we want to work for the Lord and indeed we are called to do His work. We desire to be good and faithful servants - workmen who will not be ashamed when we stand before Him - indeed the Bible tells us that we are His workmanship, who have been created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God has already prepared for us.

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John 6:32

John 6:32

Too often today men and women are seeking to gratify their short-term physical desires at the expense of their eternal, spiritual need.

Too many believers today are seeking to gratify their carnal lusts and excite their flesh; their feeling and their emotions with sights and signs.. miracles and wonders and worldly 'hip' and 'hype' - at the expense of true, spiritual satisfaction, which alone comes from knowing the Lord Jesus read more...

John 6:35

John 6:35

Christ is not only the Giver and Sustainer of our lives, but He is our living nourishment - strengthening and sustaining us, in and through His everlasting, life-giving power.  Not only does Christ give us each day our daily bread, but He also imparts to us His life-giving Spirit, which is life-everlasting.

All are invited to feast at the banqueting table upon Christ on that Living Bread, Who came down from heaven from the Father read more...

John 6:37

John 6:37

Physical hunger requires food for the body, but spiritual hunger requires spiritual food for the soul, and Christ had just announced that He is the bread of life, the spiritual food that came down from heaven. Jesus had just made the first of many earth-shattering “I AM' statements that announced His Messianic authority and proclaimed His eternal deity, and He expands this truth by announcing: All those that the Father gives Me will come to Me, and the one read more...

John 6:44

John 6:44

Throughout the gospel of John we find that both the unsaved crowds and Christ's own believing disciples misunderstood His teaching and substituted a physical interpretation on important spiritual truths. Christ was the promised Messiah and his signs and wonder authenticated His claims and yet His word was not believed. Five times the Lord told the crowds that He had: come down from heaven, but they would not hear and believe.

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John 6:55

John 6:55

The closer that the Lord Jesus drew to the cross, the more we see His teaching begin to shift away from His early mission, where He came only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel as their faithful Shepherd.. to His wider role as the eternal Son of God.. Who was sent to earth by our heavenly Father, in order to offer up His life as the ransom price for the sin of the whole world.

The apostle John had written his gospel.. in read more...

John 6:56

John 6:56

Jesus is the living Bread, Who not only has Life in Himself but is the giver of Life - and Who gave His Life as a ransom for many. Jesus is the Bread of Life, in Whom is life-everlasting, because He is the eternal God of all gods - Light of all lights and Life of all life.

Jesus is the divine Bread from heaven, Who came to earth in the likeness of sinful man, in order to give His sinless life as the ransom price for the sin of the read more...

John 6:57

John 6:57

Adam, the progenitor of the human race sinned against the living God and fellowship with his Creator was broken forever. Fallen man was eternally separated from God by sin, but in His omniscience.. God knew of man's ruinous choice, and so before the foundation of the world He planned to give His dearly beloved Son.. to be the only acceptable ransom for the sin of the world. And so when the fullness of the time came, God sent forth His Son, born of a woman, into the read more...

John 6:68

John 6:68

On a number of occasions, the disciples were challenged to give an answer for what they thought about Jesus Christ. Early in His ministry it was revealed to Peter, by the Spirit of God, that Jesus was the Messiah, the Son of the living God. But as time passed Christ’s teachings became increasingly challenging to the Jewish mindset. In His earthly ministry Christ was only sent to Israel – but His true mission was to include the whole world.

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John 6:69

John 6:69

The gospel of John is the only New Testament book that is specifically written to unbelievers. Indeed, in chapter 20, we discover the reason that John wrote his gospel: these things are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, he wrote, and that by believing, ye might have life through His name.

Faith must be in the person and work of read more...