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Join us for worship Sunday morning, April 18, at 10am. The sermon will open the Scripture to a powerful story in John 21. Jesus makes His way to the shore as several disciples are out fishing. There are great lessons for all as we see Jesus seeking to move Simon Peter forward after the great setback of Simon Peter’s denials. Our Lord has a word for us, let’s open our ears to what He has to say through His word. ... See MoreSee Less

Join us for worship Sunday morning, April 18, at 10am. The sermon will open the Scripture to a powerful story in John 21. Jesus makes His way to the shore as several disciples are out fishing. There are great lessons for all as we see Jesus seeking to move Simon Peter forward after the great setback of Simon Peter’s denials. Our Lord has a word for us, let’s open our ears to what He has to say through His word.

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This is a sermon that I need every day. No one has more setbacks, failures, disappointments, rejections, and disasters than me.

John 21 has always been one of my favorite chapters in the Bible. For some reason I just love how they're fishing and then Jesus shows up and they eat together.

The post resurrection appearances and stories of Jesus show us the continuing life of Jesus in and among the disciples and others. Let’s review what we have read through this week.

John 21:1-25

Why do you think these disciples head out to fish?

Can you think of another story in the gospel’s that sounds familiar to this story? See Luke 5.

Why did Peter jump in and take off toward the shore?

Jesus and the disciples have breakfast on the shore. What does this tell you about Jesus and His desire to be with His people?

Jesus and his conversation with Jesus: What do you think are some lessons Jesus wanted to teach Simon Peter by His questions and commands?

Matthew 28:16-20

What is the main command Jesus gave the disciples? What is the difference between making converts and making disciples?

By whose power are we to call people to follow Jesus?

What this the mission call Jesus gave

Acts 1:1-14

What a moment in the story of Jesus. 33 years earlier He had descended to earth from Heaven as a baby born. At this moment, He is ascending back to Heaven as the Lord of Lords and exalted Savior.

What are some thoughts the disciples may have experienced in that moment as they see Jesus ascend?

What did the angels assure the disciples of? Is this our promise as well?

The marching orders of Jesus is that we be witnesses. Where?

What is the key to being a faithful witness?

Acts 9:1-22

Summarize the change in Saul’s life? How does the chapter start? What do verses 20-22 say about him?

Note the difference between Saul’s question to Jesus when Jesus appeared on the road and Ananias statement when Jesus spoke to him. Saul said, “Who are you, Lord?” As religious as Saul was, what did he not know? Ananias response was what every follower should respond with, “Here I am Lord.”(10)

Verse 22 tells us, “Paul grew...” What daily steps do you take to grow?

The past two weeks we have looked into the post resurrection stories of Jesus. Recall, we are not finished with the post resurrection stories of Jesus. We await His return, His appearing. We await what the angels told the disciples in Acts 1. This same Jesus, the one crucified buried, risen, who ascended, will come again. Do you anticipate His return when He makes all things new? How is this promise a comforting promise?
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The post resurrection appearances and stories of Jesus show us the continuing life of Jesus in and among the disciples and others. Let’s review what we have read through this week.

John 21:1-25

Why do you think these disciples head out to fish?

Can you think of another story in the gospel’s that sounds familiar to this story? See Luke 5.

Why did Peter jump in and take off toward the shore?

Jesus and the disciples have breakfast on the shore. What does this tell you about Jesus and His desire to be with His people?

Jesus and his conversation with Jesus: What do you think are some lessons Jesus wanted to teach Simon Peter by His questions and commands?

Matthew 28:16-20

What is the main command Jesus gave the disciples? What is the difference between making converts and making disciples?

By whose power are we to call people to follow Jesus? 

What this the mission call Jesus gave

Acts 1:1-14

What a moment in the story of Jesus. 33 years earlier He had descended to earth from Heaven as a baby born. At this moment, He is ascending back to Heaven as the Lord of Lords and exalted Savior.

What are some thoughts the disciples may have experienced in that moment as they see Jesus ascend?

What did the angels assure the disciples of? Is this our promise as well?

The marching orders of Jesus is that we be witnesses. Where? 

What is the key to being a faithful witness? 

Acts 9:1-22

Summarize the change in Saul’s life? How does the chapter start? What do verses 20-22 say about him?

Note the difference between Saul’s question to Jesus when Jesus appeared on the road and Ananias statement when Jesus spoke to him. Saul said, “Who are you, Lord?” As religious as Saul was, what did he not know? Ananias response was what every follower should respond with, “Here I am Lord.”(10) 

Verse 22 tells us, “Paul grew...” What daily steps do you take to grow?

The past two weeks we have looked into the post resurrection stories of Jesus. Recall, we are not finished with the post resurrection stories of Jesus. We await His return, His appearing. We await what the angels told the disciples in Acts 1. This same Jesus, the one crucified buried, risen, who ascended, will come again. Do you anticipate His return when He makes all things new? How is this promise a comforting promise?

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