Sermons on The Person of Christ
By becoming a man, Jesus shows us the glory of God.
Christ became our salvation because he was perfect in three ways: in his dignity, in his eternity, and in his purity.
We are saved by Jesus' suffering because that is what will glorify God most.
Though numerous questions remain, we know there's no one like Jesus and no words of eternal life like the words he spoke.
To know God, we need to be taught by him who Jesus is.
When Jesus is our highest Treasure something about everything changes.
Look beyond the bread God provides to the Bread of Life.
The natural timeframe of sowing and reaping does not pertain to Jesus and his saving power.
The woman-at-the-well account reveals woeful truth about us and wonderful truth about Jesus.
John the Baptist models how we ought to respond to the exaltation of Jesus.
Jesus knows everything about everyone and is still willing to love those who trust in him.
What do Jesus' titles in the first chapter of John say about him?
Not only is Jesus the Life that created all material life, but he is the Life that creates all eternal life.
If we are to grow in our love to one another, we must first experience being loved by Christ with a deep, unshakable love.
Nothing is more important as a church grows than that its people help each other rejoice in Jesus.
God loved us while we were enemies. God sacrificed his Son for us while we were enemies.
John Piper preaches a prayer as his final sermon in the book of Romans.
Jesus frees us from sin, which is one of seven reasons for why you should trust him.
When God becomes a man, he strips away every pretense of man to be God.