Jesus’ Resurrection, part 4. John 20:24-29

Jesus’ Resurrection from the dead is the turning point of history. This is the event that changes everything such that death itself is defeated and the possibility of eternal life is opened up. This series of Devotionals centres our attention on the narrative accounts of Jesus’ resurrection.

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Jesus on the Cross– John 19:38-42

That Jesus dies, as the work of both Jews and Non-Jews; that his death is unwarranted and unjust; that his death is the event at which salvation is won— all captivate the gospel writers. And yet, each brings their own perspective. Each draws out slightly differing emphases and nuances, with the effect that we see this event as a multi-faceted whole. This series of Devotionals centres our attention on the Cross of Jesus, as recorded for us in John’s gospel.

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Jesus on the Cross– John 19:31-37

That Jesus dies, as the work of both Jews and Non-Jews; that his death is unwarranted and unjust; that his death is the event at which salvation is won— all captivate the gospel writers. And yet, each brings their own perspective. Each draws out slightly differing emphases and nuances, with the effect that we see this event as a multi-faceted whole. This series of Devotionals centres our attention on the Cross of Jesus, as recorded for us in John’s gospel.

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Jesus on the Cross– John 19:25-30

That Jesus dies, as the work of both Jews and Non-Jews; that his death is unwarranted and unjust; that his death is the event at which salvation is won— all captivate the gospel writers. And yet, each brings their own perspective. Each draws out slightly differing emphases and nuances, with the effect that we see this event as a multi-faceted whole. This series of Devotionals centres our attention on the Cross of Jesus, as recorded for us in John’s gospel.

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Jesus on the Cross– John 19:23-24

That Jesus dies, as the work of both Jews and Non-Jews; that his death is unwarranted and unjust; that his death is the event at which salvation is won— all captivate the gospel writers. And yet, each brings their own perspective. Each draws out slightly differing emphases and nuances, with the effect that we see this event as a multi-faceted whole. This series of Devotionals centres our attention on the Cross of Jesus, as recorded for us in John’s gospel.

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Jesus on the Cross– John 19:16-22

That Jesus dies, as the work of both Jews and Non-Jews; that his death is unwarranted and unjust; that his death is the event at which salvation is won— all captivate the gospel writers. And yet, each brings their own perspective. Each draws out slightly differing emphases and nuances, with the effect that we see this event as a multi-faceted whole. This series of Devotionals centres our attention on the Cross of Jesus, as recorded for us in John’s gospel.

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The Last Supper, part 5– John 15:18-27

John’s gospel gives an extended account of Jesus’ final meal with the Twelve. In very intimate detail, we learn of Jesus’ priorities and concerns as he approaches his trial and crucifixion the next morning. Stuart Holman leads this series of devotionals on the Last Supper.

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The Last Supper, part 4– John 15:1-12

John’s gospel gives an extended account of Jesus’ final meal with the Twelve. In very intimate detail, we learn of Jesus’ priorities and concerns as he approaches his trial and crucifixion the next morning. Stuart Holman leads this series of devotionals on the Last Supper.

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The Last Supper, part 3– John 14:15-27

John’s gospel gives an extended account of Jesus’ final meal with the Twelve. In very intimate detail, we learn of Jesus’ priorities and concerns as he approaches his trial and crucifixion the next morning. Stuart Holman leads this series of devotionals on the Last Supper.

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The Last Supper, part 2– John 14:1-14

John’s gospel gives an extended account of Jesus’ final meal with the Twelve. In very intimate detail, we learn of Jesus’ priorities and concerns as he approaches his trial and crucifixion the next morning. Stuart Holman leads this series of devotionals on the Last Supper.

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The Last Supper, part 1– John 13

John’s gospel gives an extended account of Jesus’ final meal with the Twelve. In very intimate detail, we learn of Jesus’ priorities and concerns as he approaches his trial and crucifixion the next morning. Stuart Holman leads this series of devotionals on the Last Supper.

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Jesus’ Resurrection, part 4. John 20:24-29

Daily Devotional

Jesus’ resurrection from the dead is the high point of the bible. From our vantage point in time, we look back and can see that the entire Old Testament, and all of Jesus’ ministry, was preparation for this moment. So many of God’s promises find their fulfilment in Jesus’ triumph over the grave and in his bodily return to his disciples. In this series of reflections on Jesus’ resurrection, our goal is to sit with the text and allow God’s inspired word have its full impact in our lives.