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Audio Sermons : By Scripture : John

 Are You Real With God? by Keith Daniel

Topic: Sincerity
Scripture(s): Isaiah 7:14, 1 Timothy 3:16, John 7:5  
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 The Testimony Of An Honest Man by Carter Conlon

Topic: Honesty
Scripture(s): John 1:45  
Description: Carter’s main point in this message is that when people come to Christ, they come as honest people, admitting who they really are. Two of Carter’s examples were people that had failed. One was the high priest Joshua, standing before the throne of God in filthy rags had failed to build the temple. The word picture about Joshua is a typical picture of Christ putting robes of righteousness on the sinner who comes to him. This priest in filthy garments, who stands before the throne of God and then being given clean garments is compared to a Christian, who in the honesty of who he or she is, comes to Christ and receives garments of righteousness.. Another person of failure was Jacob at Bethel, who in being a liar, really didn’t have the blessing until he admitted who he really was. In other words, when these two people came to and end of what they could do, they admitted their failings. Carter’s main text was in John 1:45, where a third example was the honest man Nathaniel. Nathaniel recognizes who Christ is when Christ describes Nathaniel by stating that he is a man of no guile who he saw under the fig tree. Nathaniel recognizes Christ when hearing this because he knew that Jesus was describing something that could only by said by the Messiah.
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 (John) The Powerful Proclamation Of John by Willie Mullan

Topic: Proclamation
Scripture(s): John 1:29-51  
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 (John) The First Disciples by Brian Brodersen

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Scripture(s): John 1:35-51  
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 The Devil who followed Jesus by Carter Conlon

Topic: Judas
Scripture(s): John 6:66-71, Luke 6:12-16  
Description: This message gives great insight into the story of Judas. There are many who have a false impression of Who Jesus is and what His purpose is. Be prepared to be challenged, especially if you have been using Christ for your own personal agenda.
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 (John - Part 29): From That Time, Many of His Disciples Went Back - Part 1 by A.W. Tozer

Topic: Expositional
Scripture(s): John 6:66  
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 (John - Part 30): From That Time on Many of His Disciples Went Back - Part 2 by A.W. Tozer

Topic: Expositional
Scripture(s): John 6:66-69  
Description: nil
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 Do You Also Want to go Away? by Anton Bosch

Topic: Following Christ
Scripture(s): John 6:67  
Description: nil
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 Kept by Ray Stedman

Topic: Protection
Scripture(s): John 17:9-19  
Description: nil
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 (John) The Lord's Prayer For His Followers At That Time by Willie Mullan

Topic: The Lord's Prayer
Scripture(s): John 17:6-12  
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 (Following The Footsteps Of Christ) Introduction by Willie Mullan

Topic: Footsteps Of Christ
Scripture(s): John 17:5-16  
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 (John) The Tabernacle of God is With Men by Brian Brodersen

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Scripture(s): John 1:16-18  
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 The Terms Of The New Convenant by Zac Poonen

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Scripture(s): Hebrews 8:6-13, John 1:17  
Description: Zac teaches three fundamental truths about the new covenant as it is explained in Hebrews 8. The new covenant begins with an assurance that our sins have been cleansed away, not just covered, coupled with a warning about the sin of unforgiveness. Secondly, we can know Him personally as our Father, in living connection with Him all the day, both speaking and listening. And finally, God writes upon the two tablets--the mind and the heart--to not only be willing but the grace as God's power to do it.
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 The Call Of God - To Know God by Zac Poonen

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Scripture(s): John 17:3, John 1:18, Romans 14:17  
Description: "God leads us," brother Zac shares, "higher and higher in the Christian life by giving us fresh revelations of Himself." Knowing God as a God of love is the foundation of holiness and the way to perfection. You know when you have a righteousness from God when it is coupled with the joy of the Holy Spirit!
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 More Principles of the New Covenant by Sandeep Benjamin

Topic: New Covenant
Scripture(s): John 1:18  
Description: nil
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 (John - Part 7): John the Baptist's Message by A.W. Tozer

Topic: Expositional
Scripture(s): John 1:19-29  
Description: nil
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 (John) The Silence Is Broken by Brian Brodersen

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Scripture(s): John 1:19-34  
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 True Preparation for Christmas by Erlo Stegen

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Scripture(s): John 1:19-31  
Description: John the Baptist spoke with authority about repentance. Before and after Jesus there were none who spoke about repentance as John the Baptist. From the sophisticated to the lowest people in society were deeply touched by his preaching. They all came into the wilderness to be baptised by him, confessing their sins. They were drawn into the wilderness by the power of God. The world was shaken. People began to ask if he was the Messiah. Eventually the religious leaders sent a delegation to him to ask whether he was the Messiah or Elijah, and by whose authority he baptises. Although he had an opportunity to grab the limelight, he instead gave his honest testimony, "I am not the Messiah or Elijah; but I am the voice of one crying in the wilderness, Make straight the way of the Lord." In this we see a wonderful mystery - he was the voice of Him (God) crying in the wilderness that people ought to repent. It is also marvellous that we do not find a trace of haugtiness in John, when he acknowledges, "I baptise with water, but there stands one among you, whom you do not know; He it is, who coming after me is preferred before me, whose shoe's latchet I am not worthy to unloose."
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 (John) 02 - The Life Announced by Alan Redpath

Topic: John
Scripture(s): John 1:19  
Description: nil
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 The testimony of John the Baptist by Erlo Stegen

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Scripture(s): John 1:19-34  
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