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Sermons on John 13

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Become Something Beyond  Click here Click title to view sermon John 13: 31–35
Summary: Jesus calls us to become something beyond what the world considers successful or even practical. Rather than calling us to a list of rules, he calls us to become something that can only happen with practice -- loving one another. But once practiced, it can become second nature.
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Dish Towels for the Journey  Click here Click title to view sermon John 13: 1–35
John 13: 1–15 for LFM
Summary: Just as Jesus washed the feet of the disciples and prepared them for the journey, we are called to show compassion and love to others on the journey.
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The View From the Bottom of a Foot  Click here Click title to view sermon John 13: 1–35
Summary: There are many valid ways to approach God in Christ. But once we are there in his presence, a towel and a basin of water will be waiting for us. God himself will serve us. As a generous host, he will gently wash our feet. He makes us clean and welcome in his presence. But then God hands the towel and the basin to us, saying, “There are feet that need washing. As I have washed your feet, so you must wash each others.”
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The Jesus Mandate  Click here Click title to view sermon John 13: 1–17
John 13: 1–15 for LFM
Summary: Whether it’s called Communion, the Mass, Eucharist, the Agape or the Love Feast, Jesus shared it with his disciples in love. As disciples of Jesus today, we must never lose sight of the love that is at the center of our gathering, love for Jesus, love of Jesus, love for each other.
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New and Improved  Click here Click title to view sermon John 13: 31–35
Summary: Jesus challenges his followers to make a radical vision of love the basis for their lives, the life of the church and the hope of the world.
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Do You Know?  Click here Click title to view sermon John 13: 1–17
Summary: Jesus asks us, along with his disciples at their last dinner together, “Do you know what I have done to you?” Among the many things we know, the ways of God — and the mysteries of Holy Week — are perhaps the hardest. We, no less than the disciples, find ourselves dazed and confused. Jesus directs us again to the path of knowledge, which means following his example — washing feet, serving others, giving our lives away. Doing what Jesus did helps us know who Jesus is.
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Discovering Fire for the Second Time  Click here Click title to view sermon John 13: 31–35
Summary: In the last hours of his life, Jesus calls us to become something beyond what the world considers successful or even practical. Rather than calling us to a list of rules, he calls us to become something that can only happen with practice -- loving one another. But once practiced, it can become second nature.
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An Affair of the Feet  Click here Click title to view sermon John 13: 1–17
Summary:  Jesus act of washing his disciples’ feet was a demonstration of love. That love is not so much something we understand as something we begin to live into as we consider his sacrifice.
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A Wintry Blast in May  Click here Click title to view sermon John 13: 31–35
Summary:  Even as we celebrate the joy of Christ’s resurrection and the reawakening of the earth in spring, there may be among us people who are experiencing a wintry form of spirituality — one in which the absence of God and the absence of loved ones is felt sharply and desperately. In preparing his disciples for his own absence, Jesus speaks a commandment to love one another and to cling to that love.
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A New Look at Love  Click here Click title to view sermon John 13: 31–35
Summary: As Jesus prepares his disciples for his death and resurrection, his glorification, he gives them a new commandment: to love one another as he loved them. This new commandment should be the normal mark of every Christian today.
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A Mystery Story  Click here Click title to view sermon John 13: 1–17
John 13: 1–15 for LFM
Summary: The story of Jesus washing his disciples’ feet has a rather obvious meaning: that we are to serve one another. But the description of Jesus laying aside his garments for this task points back to his words about the good shepherd who lays down his life for the sheep. Taking the role of a slave and washing his disciples’ feet points to the meaning of his death and resurrection, a cleansing from sin and restoration of true faith in God.
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A Foot-Washing without Water  Click here Click title to view sermon John 13: 1–17
Summary: Jesus calls us to experiences of being cleansed and of serving others. We resist both experiences. If we open ourselves to this call from Jesus, we will discover the joy of forgiveness and the meaning of service.
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