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Sermons on John 14

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Replacing Our Stick–On Emotions  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 23–29
Summary: Jesus does not want his followers to be known by superficial emotions. Instead, he wants us to go deep, be authentic and put his love into action.
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You Are Not Alone!  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 15–21
Summary: When Jesus was nearing death, he promised that the Holy Spirit would come to the disciples. Jesus would not leave them orphaned. The Spirit is with us today as well, both in our pain and in our joys.
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Your Room  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 1–12
Summary: We live in this temporary room that we call our body. Jesus has prepared a permanent place for us in his Father’s house. Throughout our life, Jesus is preparing us for that move. Through faith we believe and trust Jesus when he tells us that he is the way to eternal life. Still, some have not yet made reservations for a room.
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You Are Not Alone  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 15–21
Summary: When Jesus was nearing death, he promised that the Holy Spirit would come to the disciples. Jesus would not leave them orphaned. The Spirit is with us today as well, both in our pain and in our joys.
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To Love and Obey  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 23–29
Summary: To prepare his disciples for his eventual departure, Jesus told them that three things would characterize their lives while he was gone. First, their motivation to obey God would naturally come out of an ever-increasing love for him. Second, their ability to understand and apply God’s truth would be totally dependent on the guidance of the Holy Spirit. And finally, their hearts would be comforted by a sense of well-being that the world often promises, but can never deliver.
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The People of the Way  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 1–14
John 14: 1–12 for LFM
Summary: Following Jesus means we have a direction to go, a path to follow that helps us encounter the mystery we call God, and a route that leads us to a specific destination, eternal life.
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The Peace of Christ  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 23–29
Summary:  The peace of God is unlike anything the world has to offer. The peace that Jesus offers, through the counseling work of the Holy Spirit, is not an emotion but an under-girding support for our lives. It is not dependent on people or circumstances but comes from Jesus himself.
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The Other Judas and the Presence of Jesus  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 23–29
Summary: The “other” Judas’ question is our question as much as it was his. And Jesus’ answer to him is our answer as well. How shall we incorporate Jesus’ answer into our life as a church so that it becomes as real for us as it was for our spiritual ancestors, the disciples?
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The Graveyard Connection  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 1–14
Summary: In the face of death, Christians know that nothing, not even death, can separate them from the love of God. The old church cemeteries are visual reminders of that truth.
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Never Alone  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 15–21
Summary: Jesus knew his disciples would not react very well to the news of his departure, so he assured them that he would not leave them twisting in the wind when he left. Instead, he would ask his heavenly Father to leave the Holy Spirit with them, an ever-present Counselor to teach and to guide them as they did the work of advancing the kingdom of God. The Spirit is with us, too.
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Heart and Head  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 1–14
John 14: 1–12 for LFM
Summary: The word translated as “heart” in the New Testament does not refer only to feelings but to knowledge. What we feel is true in the message of Jesus is, in fact, rock-bottom truth. Let not your hearts be troubled, therefore. Jesus, who is the way, the truth and the life, leads us along the sure path to witness truthfully and live abundantly, now and forever.
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Getting Beyond “Is That All There Is?”  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 15–21
Summary: Peggy Lee once sang a song of hopelessness that asked “Is that all there is?” Christians say “No” to that question, for we know that there is more to life than futility, hurt and disappointment. There is a life of wholeness, a life of service and love. There is the companionship of Christ and fellow believers now and great hope in the hereafter.
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Faith beyond Life: Living out the Resurrection  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 23–29
Summary: Jesus prepares his disciples for his coming death by reminding them of the centrality of faithful obedience. He also promises that the Father will send the Holy Spirit to serve as a living teacher of the way of Jesus. The result for disciples, including us, is an emboldened resurrection faith.
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Jesus Must Leave, but Doesn’t Abandon Us  Click here Click title to view sermon John 14: 15–21
Summary: Jesus instructs the disciples about the church’s mission after he leaves. The church keeps his commandments out of love, and draws on the resources of the Advocate.
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