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Sermons about John 1

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What God Said at Christmas  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 1–18
Summary: John’s use of “the Word became flesh” tells us of the significance of the Incarnation. Christmas helps us understand God, tells us that God loves us, demonstrates that we can reflect God, and shows us that God depends on us. God had been speaking to humankind all along, but Christmas was God’s loving shout.
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A JB Kind of Thing  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 29–34
Summary: Many of us have the opportunity to play a role similar to John’s in identifying and supporting the spark of godliness in another person and urging them to find their identity in the kingdom of God. Whenever we help people realize the gifts God has placed within them, we are doing a John-the-Baptist kind of thing.
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Behold the Lamb of God!  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 29–42
John 1: 29–34 for LFM
Summary: John the Baptist pointed to the Savior as the Lamb of God. This is the same lamb from Revelation who not only bears the marks of slaughter, but also opens the door to salvation for the world. Follow in John’s footsteps. Bear witness to the world in word and deed that Jesus is the Lamb.
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Called to Call Others  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 43–51
Summary: Jesus calls disciples to follow him. Jesus’ disciples then go out fully empowered to replicate Jesus’ pattern. The Gospel comes to us on its way to someone else.
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Four O’Clock Discoveries  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 35–42
Summary: We all have energy cycles throughout each day. Sometimes were up, sometimes we’re down. We may even be more susceptible to temptation during the low moments, but God’s grace and truth is much available in our downtimes as at any other point of the day. We should touch base with God at any hour, to keep our hearts in tune.
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Four O’Clock Discoveries.  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 29–42
Summary: We all have energy cycles throughout each day. Sometimes were up, sometimes we’re down. We may even be more susceptible to temptation during the low moments, but God’s grace and truth is much available in our downtimes as at any other point of the day. We should touch base with God at any hour, to keep our hearts in tune.
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Dark Streets and Everlasting Light  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 1–14
Summary: The light of Christ, that came into the world on that first Christmas, shines all the brighter because of the darkness in the world. Ironically, it is the very darkness, the symbol of chaos and wrong, that makes the light of Christ so dramatic in its effect.
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Go Tell It on the Mountain  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 1–18
Summary: After we learn to “keep” Christmas, we need to learn to give it away. Because if there’s anything Christmas is about, it’s giving. At the first, God giving Christmas to us, and then, our giving Christmas away.
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How John Introduced Jesus  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 29–42
Summary: John the Baptist introduced Jesus as the sacrificial Lamb of God who happens also to be the very Son of God. This is good news!
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If Our Cup of Christmas Cheer Is Running Low  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 1–14
Summary: Despite our culture’s assumption of Christmas cheer, Christmas can be a hectic and even sad time for many. When John asserts that the Word became flesh, we can hear in that the affirmation that God has experienced our grief. We take comfort in knowing that God understands our vulnerability.
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A Few Words About “The Word”  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 1–18
Summary: The Prologue to John’s gospel uses metaphorical language as a way to link the notion of The Word of God with the incarnation of God’s Son. It is through the Word of God and the Son of God that we come to know God most fully.
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The Why of Our Lives  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 6–28
Summary:  As interesting as the answers to questions about where we were born or how we were raised might be, the reason we were born is of far more importance. One reason is for us to be an advertisement for the God in whose image we were created. We have a model for this in the person of John the Baptist.
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God’s Shoutout at Christmas  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 1–18
Summary: “The Word became flesh” tells us of the significance of the Incarnation. Christmas helps us understand God, demonstrates that we can reflect God, and shows us that God depends on us. God had been speaking to humankind all along, but Christmas was God’s loving shout.
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What God Said at Christmas.  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 1–18
Summary: John’s use of “the Word became flesh” tells us of the significance of the Incarnation. Christmas helps us understand God, tells us that God loves us, demonstrates that we can reflect God, and shows us that God depends on us. God had been speaking to humankind all along, but Christmas was God’s loving shout.
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What God Said at Christmas...  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 1–18
Summary: John’s use of “the Word became flesh” tells us of the significance of the Incarnation. Christmas helps us understand God, tells us that God loves us, demonstrates that we can reflect God, and shows us that God depends on us. God had been speaking to humankind all along, but Christmas was God’s loving shout.
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Where the New World Began  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 1–14
John 1: 1–18 for LFM
Summary: This majestic opening passage of John seems otherworldly. But we need to understand that it is the opposite of that. These soaring cadences ground the early disciples’ witness firmly in the everyday understandings of John’s day. In our day, we can receive inspiration from this passage for grounding our own witness in today’s understandings.
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Witness to the Light  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 6–28
Summary: John the Baptist came to “witness to the light.” We have a similar task. This is a world invaded by far too much darkness. As Christ’s followers, let us announce that the darkness of the world can be overcome through the heavenly light which comes from Christ.
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Witnesses to the Light  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 6–28
Summary: The ancients witnessed to a great light because it was important to them. John the Baptist was also, in the words of this gospel, “a witness to the light.” We stand in this great tradition, and witness to the light of Jesus.
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The Stranger Among Us  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 6–28
Summary: Jesus comes to us as “one unknown.” It is our joy to become acquainted with him.
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When Our Christmas Cheer Is Running Low  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 1–14
Summary: Despite our culture’s assumption of Christmas cheer, Christmas can be a hectic and even sad time for many. When John asserts that the Word became flesh, we can hear in that the affirmation that God has experienced our grief. We take comfort in knowing that God understands our vulnerability.
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Looking for the Light  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 1–14
John 1: 1–18 for LFM
Summary: The illumination of God comes from Jesus, the true light who enlightens everyone.
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One Really Big Show  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 1–14
John 1: 1–18 for LFM
Summary: We’re used to taking elements from the Christmas story as found in Matthew and Luke for our Christmas pageants — Mary, Joseph, the Infant, angels, stars, shepherds, sheep and magi. But John the Evangelist is setting his pageant on an unimaginably large stage with a cast of characters that spans all of space and time. Now this is a show worth putting on!
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Something to Behold  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 29–42
John 1: 29–34 for LFM
Summary: The dove descended on Jesus, signaling to John that Jesus was the Son of God. John pointed out Jesus to his followers. They in turn told others. This is a model for us of discipleship and evangelism.
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Life in a Changing World  Click here Click title to view sermon John 1: 6–28
Summary: John the Baptist, while carefully asserting his own identity — as well as stating who he was NOT — proclaimed the preparation needed for the world to receive the gift of God’s Son.
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