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John 11:1-44 | George San Miguel, Wallingford Expression | “Glory Through Tragedy”

July 17 2022

John 11:1-44 | George San Miguel, Wallingford Expression | "Glory Through Tragedy"

George San Miguel:

George teaches through John 11:1-44.  In this passage we will look at the story of Lazarus being raised from the dead in light of the events leading up to it.  We will see that John was developing a narrative to show who Jesus is and why He is deserving of worship.  John chooses a series of specific events to reveal that Jesus is the Son of God, is eternal and that He came to be our Salvation.

John 20:30-31 “Jesus performed many other signs in the presence of his disciples that are not written in this book.  But these are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.”

 

Mark Smith:

Mark takes us through Colossians 3:1-17. In Paul’s letter to the Colossian church, he practically explains that living in the Word is putting our hope in Christ, putting away old vices, and putting on new virtues. As we are gospel people, we are continually being formed in the likeness of Jesus when we seek the things above and set our minds on Jesus. 

 

  • Gospel People Put Our Hope In Christ (vv.1-4)
    • Seeking the Things Above
      • V.1
      • Matt. 7:7
    • Set Your mind on the Things Above
      • V.2-4
      • Prov. 22:17
  • Gospel People Put Away Old Vices (vv.5-11)
      • Vv.5-8
      • Prov. 6:27
      • Eph. 4:19-24
      • Vv.9-10
      • 2 Cor. 4:16
  • Gospel People Put On New Virtues (vv.12-17)
      • Vv.12-15
      • Vv.17