SERMON: Jesus is Sending Us On His Mission – John 20:19–31

Sermon #38 in our series through the Gospel of John called “Who Is Jesus?” In this sermon, Dr. Andrew White preaches John 20:19–31. In this scene, the resurrected Jesus appears in a locked room among His disciples not once, but twice! The first time, He commissions them as His witnesses to the world. The second time, He reveals Himself to Thomas, who had doubted the resurrection. He doesn’t rebuke Thomas; He pursues Him. We learn through this text that we must believe and proclaim the Good News about Jesus Christ.

1. Jesus Came to Bring Peace (vv. 19–21a)
2. Jesus is Sending Us to Continue His Mission (vv. 21b–23)
3. Jesus Demonstrates His Mission with Thomas (vv. 24–28)
4. Jesus Gives Life and Peace to All Who Believe (vv. 29–31)

SERMON: Jesus is Alive! – John 20:1–18

Sermon #37 in our series through the Gospel of John called “Who Is Jesus?” In this sermon, Dr. Andrew White preaches John 20:1–18. In this wonderful scene, Jesus is raised from death to life! He is alive! Andrew began and ended the sermon with truths about the resurrection from 1 Corinthians 15:1–8 and 12–19.

1. The Importance of the Resurrection: the gospel depends on it! (1 Corinthians 15:1–8)
2. The Reality of the Resurrection: Jesus is alive! (John 20:1–18)
3. The Implication of the Resurrection: it’s the foundation for our hope! (1 Corinthians 15:12–19)

SERMON: Jesus is the Sacrificial Lamb – John 19:16–42

Sermon #36 in our series through the Gospel of John called “Who Is Jesus?” In this sermon, Jay Sutherland preaches John 19:16–42. In this familiar but gruesome scene, the Savior of the world is offered up to be sacrificed for the salvation of men. Jay offered five truths from our text:

1. Jesus is King
2. Jesus is unrecognized and unappreciated
3. Jesus is human
4. Jesus died
5. Jesus is the Lamb who was slain

SERMON: Jesus is the Gospel – John 18:38b–19:16

Sermon #35 in our series through the Gospel of John called “Who Is Jesus?” In this sermon, Dr. Andrew White preaches John 18:38b–19:16. In this scene of Jesus’ trial before Pontius Pilate, we see Him as the guiltless, but blood-stained Son of Man who died on behalf of guilty men.

SERMON: Jesus is our Savior-King – John 18:1–38a

Sermon #34 in our series through the Gospel of John called “Who Is Jesus?” In this sermon, Dr. Andrew White preaches John 18:1–38a. In his account of Jesus’ betrayal and the beginning of His trial, John shows us that Jesus is in control of everything. He is our sovereign Savior, who knows everything and ordains every event leading to His death, resurrection, and exaltation. And He is our King. His Kingdom is otherworldly and His subjects join it by faith.

SERMON: Jesus is our Great High Priest – John 17:1–26

Sermon #33 in our series through the Gospel of John called “Who Is Jesus?” In this sermon, Dr. Andrew White preaches John 17:1–26. In this text, Jesus prays for Himself, His eleven disciples, and His Church. He prays that God would unify His people for the sake of His glory.

SERMON: Jesus is Sending Help – John 16:4b–33

Sermon #32 in our series through the Gospel of John called “Who Is Jesus?” In this sermon, Dr. Andrew White preaches John 16:4b–33. In this text, Jesus encourages His followers as they prepare for persecution and difficulty by teaching them about the Holy Spirit, whom He is sending to help. We learn from Jesus that it is to our advantage that the Holy Spirit comes to help believers. We also look at the work of the Spirit, the joy of the Spirit, and the peace of the Spirit in the lives of Jesus’ disciples.

SERMON: Jesus is Hated – John 15:18–16:4a

Sermon #31 in our series through the Gospel of John called “Who Is Jesus?” In this sermon, Dr. Andrew White preaches John 15:18–16:4a. In this text, Jesus encourages His followers even as they prepare for persecution and difficulty. In a world that is hostile against God and His followers, we can expect to be hated in the same way the world hated Jesus. But there is hope: Jesus is sending the Holy Spirit to help us. Therefore, we can stand strong and take heart! If the world hates you, remember that it hated Jesus first and the Holy Spirit is here to help His followers navigate times of hostility and suffering.

SERMON: Jesus is the True Vine – John 15:1–17

Sermon #30 in our series through the Gospel of John called “Who Is Jesus?” In this sermon, Dr. Andrew White walks us through John 15:1–17. In this chapter, we see that Jesus is the source of our spiritual life and growth. We can only bear spiritual fruit if we stay connected to the vine that is Jesus Christ.

SERMON: Jesus is Faithful – John 14:15–31

Sermon #29 in our series through the Gospel of John called “Who Is Jesus?” In this sermon, Dr. Andrew White walks us through John 14:15–31. In this chapter, we see that Jesus is faithful. He has not left us to figure out the Christian life on our own. Rather, He has sent the Holy Spirit to help us! The Spirit helps us to obey Jesus Christ.

Main Points:
1) Obedience demonstrates our love for Jesus
2) Obedience is empowered by the indwelling Holy Spirit
3) Obedience is purchased with the blood of Jesus