We return again this morning to the gospel of John, and today we’re going to start chapter 3, which is a chapter containing possibly the most referenced verse in all of scripture—maybe you’ve seen it in the background at a sporting event or on the bumper of a car—that verse that so encapsulates t
We return again to the gospel of John, looking today at the second half of the second chapter. Last week we looked at what was the first sign that Jesus did, the first of seven that John refers to specifically to prove that Jesus is the long-awaited Messiah.
We return to John this morning, and are now getting to chapter 2. To set the stage a little bit here we should remind ourselves of what we learned in the first chapter, because the things that are here in the second and following chapters are not here by accident.