John 14:1 ESV

Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me.

Lesson 75: Comfort for Troubled Hearts (John 14:1-11)
Expository study of John: Faith in Christs person and hope in Christs promise will comfort your troubled heart.
32. Facing the Future: A Prescription for Peace (John 14)
Introduction This week someone left a cartoon on the Xerox machine at my office in which a man was lying on the couch of a psychiatrist. When the psychiatrist asked the client what his problem was he confided that he had all kinds of fears about the future.
33. Having a Friend in High Places (John 14:1-31)
Introduction Those of you who are preachers or teachers will understand what I am about to say. You are probably familiar with the song, part of which goes like this: Fill my cup, Lord & In one form or another, preachers fervently pray these words every Saturday evening. Every ...
What Are the
In the lead-up to the Truth Matters conference in October, we will be focusing our attention on the sufficiency, authority, and clarity of Scripture. Of our previous blog series, none better embodies...
John: Who is this Man?
This gospel was written by the disciple of whom it was said, "Jesus loved him." John was the closest intimate of our Lord during the days of his ministry, so this constitutes a very important gospel.
Lesson 7: Jesus Is the Way, the Truth and the Life
We have been painting the portrait of Jesus with descriptions Jesus used for Himself to those listening to Him. Remember these truths about who Jesus Christ is and what He does for you.
The Divinity of Jesus Revealed in the New Testament
Though this is not an exhaustive list, more than 120 verses or passages have been identified that express the divinity of Jesus in some way.
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