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995. Jesus is spoken of as the Creator.
996. For those who believe in Jesus Christ, they have the right to become children of God.
997. John the Baptist testified so that ALL may believe in Him. Sorry Calvinists.
998. Although John was born before his cousin Jesus, Jesus existed before John.
999. When John the Baptist says Jesus takes away the sins of the world and that He is the lamb of God, John's disciples did not yet understand that Jesus would be the final sacrifice for sin.
1000. Nicodemas was focused on Jesus' miracles. Jesus, in telling him he must be born again to see the Kingdom of God, was trying to get Nicodemas to focus on the right things.
1001. Jn. 3:10- "Jesus replied, 'You are a respected Jewish teacher, and yet you don't understand these things?' " Nicodemas should have known what Jesus was talking about.
1002. Those who still want to sin in secret do not want to trust in Jesus. They don't want their actions to come to the light that they may be forgiven.
1003. John the Baptist identifies Jesus as God's Son who must be obeyed to receive eternal life.
1004. The Samaritan woman was unfocused; Jesus tried to get her rightly focused as He tried with Nicodemas.
1005. Salvation comes through the Jews, Jesus said.
1006. God is looking for those who will worship Him in spirit and in truth.
1007. The Harvest is ready now; why wait? Many will harvest souls where others first planted the seed.
1008. The Samaritans believed Jesus after hearing His message.
1009. The people in Cana believed Jesus could do miracles, but they did not believe in HIM.
1010. In chapter 5, the NLT leaves out v.4. But does the whole passage make sense without it, especially v. 7?
1011. The religious leaders saw the man healed with his mat walking. They should have realized he had been healed, but they were angry that he was carrying his mat on the Sabbath.
1012. Jesus told the man to stop sinning. Was his lameness due to sin on his part?
1013. The religious leaders wanted to kill Jesus because He called God His Father, making Himself equal with God.
1014. The Father reveals to the Son what He is doing because He loves the Son.
1015. Jesus will raise people from the dead.
1016. The witnesses to Jesus are John the Baptist, Jesus' own teachings and His miracles. The last two are greater than the first.
1017. The Old Testament speaks of Jesus. And Moses will accuse those who don't believe because Moses wrote of Him.
1018. The people wanted to make Jesus king after He fed the 5000, but they would not accept His teachings.
1019. Those that demanded Jesus show a sign that He was sent from God were the ones who ate when Jesus fed the 5000.
1020. God's will- all that believe in Jesus shall have eternal life, that Jesus will raise them from the dead on the last day.
1021. Jn. 6:44- "For people can't come to me unless the Father who sent me draws them to me..." Prevenient Grace.
1022. When Jesus taught that those who were His partake of His flesh and blood, the crowd of disciples thinned out. The 12 disciples had a hard time accepting His words, but they knew He alone had the words that give eternal life.
1023. When Jesus' brothers urged Him to go to Jerusalem, were they hoping He would be killed? After all, it couldn't have been easy being the brother of Jesus.
1024. Jesus said those who preach their own ideas are seeking praise from men.
1025. When Jesus told the Pharisees to think through what is lawful on the Sabbath, Jesus was trying to get them to use their reason to discern the truth.
1026. When Jesus spoke of living water, He was speaking of the Holy Spirit that will be given to believers after Jesus enters His glory.
1027. When the woman was caught in the very act of adultry, it was because she was set up so that Jesus' enemies could set Him up.
1028. If we obey God, God is our Father. Otherwise, we are of the Devil.
1029. God is always with Jesus because Jesus always does what pleases the Father.
1030. The parents of the man healed of blindness did not want to say that Jesus was the Messiah. They must have known only the Messiah could make the blind see.
1031. The Pharisees condemned the man born blind as one born in sin. Obviously they thought they were not born in sin.
1032. Satan's purpose is to steal, kill and destroy. Jesus came to give life in all its fullness.
1033. The Good Shepherd lays down His life for the sheep.
1034. Jesus has other sheep not of His sheepfold- the Gentiles. He will bring them in and be their shepherd as well.
1035. No one kills Jesus; He lays down His life voluntarily. He lays it down and takes it up at His own will.
1036. The Pharisees tried to kill Jesus because He said He and the Father were one.
1037. In Jn. 10:36, Jesus claims to be the Son of God.
1038. When Jesus saw Mary, the sister of Lazarus mourn, He was indignant at death itself.
1039. To raise someone dead after 4 days made some want to kill Jesus.
1040. Ciaphas prophesied concerning Jesus, but still was not of God.
1041. Many feared that Jesus would threaten not only the religious establishment but also the nation of Israel itself.
1042. In the Synoptics, Jesus' annointing by Mary took place at the home of a Pharisee. In John, it happened at the home of Mary, Martha and Lazarus.
1043. Instead of praising God for raising Lazarus, some wanted to kill him because he was drawing people to Jesus.
1044. Those who follow Jesus will go where Jesus goes, even in death.
1045. When Jesus washed the disciples feet, he was demonstrating how they ought to treat each other. The disciples love for each other will show the world they are His disciples.
1046. Jesus said if you see Him, you see the Father. When He washed the disciples' feet, they saw the Father's love in action, and will do what the Father does.
1047. The disciples will do greater works than Jesus when He goes to the Father because Jesus and the Father will send the Holy Spirit to indwell believers.
1048. Jn. 14:15- "If you love Me, obey My commandments."
1049. Those who don't produce fruit will be cut off because they seperated themselves from Jesus.
1050. We can't do anything apart from God.
1051. How do you measure love? Laying down one's life for his friends.
1052. Jesus calls His disciples friends, not servants, for He shared with them all His Father taught Him.
1053. Jesus chose the disciples, including Judas.
1054. Because the people saw Jesus' miracles, they had no excuse for their sin.
1055. The world will hate the disciples because it hates Jesus and the Father.
1056. Jn. 15:27- "And you must tell others about me because you have been with me from the beginning."
1057. Jesus spoke of these things so the disciples will not fall away.
1058. Some will persecute the disciples thinking they are doing God a service because they know neither the Father or Jesus.
1059. The Holy Spirit will convict the world of its sin (unbelief in Jesus), righteousness being available because Jesus goes to the Father and sends the Holy Spirit, and future judgement.
1060. Jesus wanted to tell them more, but they were not yet ready to bear it.
1061. Soon the disciples, then and now, can ask for anything in Jesus' name.
1062. Jn. 17:3- "And this is the way to have eternal life-to know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, the one you sent to earth."
1063. Jesus prayed that the disciples would not be taken out of the world, but that they would be protected from the evil one."
1064. Jesus prayed His disciples would be made pure and holy by being taught the words of truth.
1065. Jesus prayed for all believers for all time.
1066. Jesus prayed that all believers would be one as the Father and Son are one, so the world will know the Father sent Jesus and loves the disciples as much as He loves the Son.
1067. Jesus revealed the Father to the disciples and will keep on revealing the Father to them through the Holy Spirit.
1068. In the Garden, Jesus identified Himself and those arresting Him fell back. Was Jesus demonstrating that He had power, but voluntarily submitted to arrest? Perhaps He revealed His power to give authority to His request that the disciples be let go.
1069. The religious leaders had heard Jesus teach, so there was no need for them to ask Him what He taught. They were only trying to trip Him up so they could accuse Him.
1070. The religious leaders would do anything to see Jesus killed. They gave their alligience to Caesar.
1071. To fulfill religious requirements, the religious leaders demanded that those crucified have their physical pain increased.
1072. Jn. 19:34- John appeals to his credibility as an eyewitness.
1073. Joseph of Arimethea and Nicodemas overcame their fear of the religious leaders to place Jesus in the tomb.
1074. Jn. 20:23- The disciples received the Holy Spirit before Pentecost when Jesus breathed the Holy Spirit on them. Whether they forgave or not would be guided by the Holy Spirit.
1075. Jesus expected Thomas to believe based on the testimony of others. We are to accept their testimony today.
1076. Jn. 20:31- "But these are written so that you may believe Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing in Him, you will have life."