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Jesus’s Goal for Disciples

John 17:9-17, Romans 3:23, 1 Peter 1:16

In life, we achieve the most when we set goals for ourselves. It is usually best to set a goal that isn’t reached too easily, so we must stretch, as it were, and try just a little bit harder to achieve that goal. In the spiritual life, there are also goals to be achieved.


John 17:1-8, 1 Corinthians 15, Revelation 20:13-14

There are no two people who are exactly alike. Sometimes we may see someone who reminds us of a friend, but we are all a little different. Yet, we can say Jesus has no one nearly like Him. The Bible calls Him the only one of God.

Plain Speech

Psalms 119:89, John 16:28-33

For the disciples, Jesus’ words were often above their understanding. They puzzled over them. There are people today who still puzzle over the words of Jesus. They are unsure as to what they mean. Let's listen to this teaching from the book of John on Plain Speech.

How to Cure Worry

John 16:16-27

All of us are alike. We wonder what is going to happen tomorrow. We make our plans, but we cannot always carry them out. And then because they do not work, we tend to worry. We get distressed and are unsure what the end will be. Listen to find out How To Cure Worry.

The Spirit of Truth

John 16:12-15, 2 Corinthians 13:8

Truth is discovered. We are not the ones who set the standard, history has shown us over and over what happens when humans define truth. I have not seen an example where this ended well. Typically, it shows how selfish and sinful we really are. But if the truth is beyond us and something we discover, where can we find it?