Jesus came from the glory as the light and life of men. In John’s Gospel we have a quite different Jesus portrayed than the one in Matthew, Mark and Luke. It’s his Jerusalem ministry that’s in focus and much subtlety is woven into the narrative as he journeys towards the cross which, here in John, is a place of victory. It is finished!
Presented by Richard George, director of The Way of The Spirit. For more information go to www.thewayofthespirit.com
New Wine, New Worship, New Life
Why did Jesus start his ministry by turning water to wine instead of, say, raising the dead? The answer is in understanding the prophetic nature of the first three events in Jesus’ ministry, then brought together in Jesus’ encounter with the Samaritan woman at the well.
Full of Grace and Truth
The Creator becomes a creature and dwells among his people, revealing God’s glory – to those who can see it. Jesus makes the way for the time when he will cleanse us of our sin, in order that God can dwell with man in an even more personal way.
Light and Life!
John takes us right back to before the beginning of time as he introduces the word who was God and was with God. It was through him that all things were created, yet those who were created failed to recognise who he was when he came to earth. He came from eternity bringing light and life, which will never be extinguished.