Sermons on John 3
The Wind of God's Spirit gives new birth to whoever he pleases.
What is it about being born again that saves us?
If I'm so depraved that I can't do anything good, what do you expect me to do?
Being born again is not the improvement of your old nature but the creation of a new one.
What does Jesus mean by comparing himself to the bronze snake Moses raised in Numbers 21?
Being "born again" means something very different than how many understand that phrase today.
In John 3:16, seven of the greatest realities in existence are packed into one sentence.
John 3:16 represents a glorious love, but there is more to God's love than the free offer of the gospel.
Believe on Jesus and you shall not perish but have eternal life.
Perishing means wrath; it means fiery torment; it means separation from God; and it lasts forever.
There is a God. He has a Son. He loves. And he loves the world.
Why does eternity exist? It exists because it will take that long for us to know the inexhaustible glories of God.
Jesus didn't come to a neutral world. He came to those already dead and guilty to make some alive and free.
John the Baptist models how we ought to respond to the exaltation of Jesus.
The Gospel of John lifts Jesus up as coming from God, being full of God, and speaking and ruling as God.