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Sermons about John 6

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Showdown at Sermon Time  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 60–69
Summary: If our Christian faith were put to a showdown, would we stay with it? What have we found in Jesus Christ that we couldn’t find anywhere else?
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Bread for the Soul  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 41–51
Summary: Jesus used an ordinary staple of life, bread, to illustrate the eternally satisfying nature of a dynamic relationship with him. God wants a relationship with us based on who He is, not necessarily on what he can do for us. We consume food to sustain our bodies, but only Jesus can satisfy the soul.
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Consumer Christianity  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 24–35
Summary: Christianity sells, as bookstore merchandise and gospel music sales show. It’s also possible to embrace faith in ways that treat it as a beneficial commodity. Christianity sells, of that there is no doubt. The question is whether we are buying it simply to adorn our living or whether we are buying it as a gift for others.
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Jesus, Bread of Heaven  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: Jesus’ description of himself as “the living bread that came down from heaven” is a potent symbol of the new life and salvation he brings.
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Finding the Body of Christ  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: We often use the word “body” in relation to other persons in ways that reflect a connection or lack of connection to them — a nobody, an anybody or a somebody. If we are truly seeking the body of Christ, however, we are likely to find it whenever, in amazement and welcome, we say to someone, “You are something else!”
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Forever Bread  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: In a world where life and property can be lost in an instant, Jesus says, “Whoever eats of this bread will live forever ....” “Forever bread” is Good News indeed.
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From a Lunch Basket to the Bread of Life  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: When Jesus proclaimed himself to be the Bread of Life, his words were not received well by all who heard them. Had we been there with those people who had just witnessed the multiplication of the loaves and the fish, would we have been impressed with what Jesus said? This question is not nearly as important as how we hear his words today. In what way is Jesus the Bread of our life now?
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From Warships to God Bread  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: History has a way of distorting the meaning of some very important truths. Even the truth about of the Body of Christ can become buried beneath seemingly unconnected events. How does a believer in Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, sort through the distortions of history to discover the nourishment Jesus promised to provide? Our minds and hearts are fed so much that does not nourish that we can lose sight of the food that matters. Even little children know that this is not just any bread. This is Bread given that we might remember the message that we are born to be at one with each other and the God who created us.
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Grandma’s Bread  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: There is something of Jesus himself present in Communion.
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Have You Eaten Yet?  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 24–35
Summary: In this text, which contains the first “I am” speech of Jesus in the gospel of John, Jesus offers not merely physical sustenance but ongoing spiritual nourishment for those who receive the gifts he offers and believe that he is indeed the one sent by God for the redemption of the world.
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It Doesn't Take Much  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 1–15
Summary: Living a life of faith, we are challenged to use our resources faithfully to meet life’s challenges -- even if the challenges are huge and the resources small.
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Loaves and Fish in a Time of Recession  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 1–21
Summary: The story of the loaves and the fish goes beyond the power Jesus demonstrated to the compassion he taught. It holds both a lesson and hope as we struggle with the fallout of a recession.
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A Table of Abundance  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 1–21
John 6: 1–15 for LFM
Summary: In John 6, Jesus offers a portrait of abundance. As the Good Shepherd who gives his life for his flock, Jesus offers a bountiful feast for all. By doing so, he demonstrates that he is the true bread of life who graciously gives us genuine abundance.
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Nowhere Else to Turn  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 60–69
Summary: When Peter asks, “Lord, to whom can we go?” he is articulating a bedrock affirmation of the Christian life: that we are radically dependent on Jesus. It is only when we truly accept the fact of our utter dependence on him that we are freed to do real evangelism.
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Is Giving Thanks Just A ‘Calendar Affair’?  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 25–26
Summary: True, Christian Thanksgiving is not just a calendar affair we observe annually. It is an attitude of gratitude the holy spirit of God works in our hearts through the blessing of Jesus Christ. Our real blessings are not measured in 'Bread,' but in him who is the Bread of Life. Jesus said, "He who eats of this bread shall never hunger..."
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Tell Me You Didn’t Say That!  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 56–69
John 6: 60–69 for LFM
Summary: The words of Jesus may shock us on occasion, but when some disciples turned away from Jesus because his words were too difficult, Simon Peter declared that no other has the words of life, or is the Messiah, the Holy One of God. He was right.
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To Murmur or to Feed  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 41–51
Summary: Much of what Jesus said in his ministry provoked more murmuring than acceptance. This was true when he proclaimed that he is the bread that has come down from heaven. We are left with the choice to join those who murmur in the face of this truth or to accept his invitation to feed on his Word and sacrament.
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Unless You Eat  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: Try as we will, we cannot outsmart death. Only by eating spiritual bread do we have eternal life. We have to eat to live.
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What is it? Where is it?  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 24–35
Summary: “Manna” means “What is it?” The people in John 6, referring to the miraculous loaves and fishes, ask Jesus, “Where is it?” They had originally come to hear Jesus speak, but forgot his words after being distracted by the food. Are we so distracted by ritual and symbols that we forget the reality of Jesus and his Word that lie behind them?
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Why Follow Jesus Christ?  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 56–69
Summary: By his very nature, Jesus is a question that demands an answer.
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Keeping the Line Open  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 37–40
Summary: On All Souls Day, we remember the great communion of saints that includes all souls, in heaven and earth. The Living Bread of Life came not to do his own will but the will of the Heavenly Father, and that will is that none one of us should be lost. It is also the Father’s will that we share in this obedience.
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It Doesn't Take Much  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 4–15
Summary: Living a life of faith, we are challenged to use our resources faithfully to meet life’s challenges -- even if the challenges are huge and the resources small.
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Who Does This Remind You Of?  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 1–21
John 6: 1–15 for LFM
Summary: Since we often don’t think about God as the Creator who provides us with food and other needs, we fail to trust in God for our lives. The feeding of the multitude is a dramatic sign of the Creator’s presence and power. Jesus does in an attention-getting way what the Creator is doing all the time to supply us with food. And the thanks he offers shows us the proper attitude we should have in response to God’s work.
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The Imperishable Gospel  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 24–35
Summary: The bread of the sacrament is for you — because you are worth it. You are worth it because the host at this banquet says you are. He has died for all our sins — and he has invited us, personally, to partake of this bread that endures.
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Feasting on God  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 35–51
John 6: 41–51 for LFM
Summary: In a world that focuses on how we feed our bodies, Jesus invites us to nourish our spirits. We are invited to receive the bread of life.
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Free Smells  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: Jesus tells us he is the bread of life that came down from heaven, a sign of God’s presence with us. This bread and sign are to be shared with everyone.
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God, We’ve Been Searching for You  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 56–69
John 6: 60–69 for LFM
Summary: Jesus offers us an address for God, a flesh-and-blood location. He is where God and people come together in communion, in the community of faith and in the words of the Bible.
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Making Them Hunger  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 1–15
Summary: Jesus miraculously feeds a crowd of over 5,000 people with five loaves and two fishes. He resists the crowd’s subsequent desire to anoint him as their king. This miracle points to the deeper reality that Jesus wants to offer true life to those who trust in him.
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