Sermons on John 3

What Happens in the New Birth? Part 2

John 3:1-10

by John Piper

Being born again is not the improvement of your old nature but the creation of a new one.

The Free Will of the Wind

John 3:1-10

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by John Piper

The Wind of God's Spirit gives new birth to whoever he pleases.

Creation, Fall, Redemption, and the Holy Spirit

John 3:1-10

by John Piper

If I'm so depraved that I can't do anything good, what do you expect me to do?

What Happens in the New Birth? Part 1

John 3:1-10

by John Piper

What is it about being born again that saves us?

The Son of Man Must Be Lifted Up—Like the Serpent

John 3:1-15

by John Piper

What does Jesus mean by comparing himself to the bronze snake Moses raised in Numbers 21?

You Must Be Born Again: Why This Series and Where Are We Going?

John 3:1-18

by John Piper

Being "born again" means something very different than how many understand that phrase today.

God So Loved the World, Part 1

John 3:9-18

by John Piper

In John 3:16, seven of the greatest realities in existence are packed into one sentence.

God So Loved the World, Part 2

John 3:14-18

by John Piper

John 3:16 represents a glorious love, but there is more to God's love than the free offer of the gospel.

The Danger: Perishing

John 3:16

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by John Piper

Perishing means wrath; it means fiery torment; it means separation from God; and it lasts forever.

The Design: Love

John 3:16

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by John Piper

There is a God. He has a Son. He loves. And he loves the world.