We finish the first chapter of John discussing Nathaniel’s realization that Jesus is the Messiah, and what Jesus means when He tells His disciples that they will “see greater things than these.” The class also jumps into the wedding at Cana and the first documented miracle performed by Jesus in turning the water to wine.
In this latest installment on our series through the book of John, Pastor Otte and the class discuss Jesus and His disciples answering others who have questions by telling them to “come and see” and decide for themselves. Class members also examine what brought them to church, and how we may be able to make ourselves more involved in the church in order to invite others to “come and see” the good news of Jesus for themselves.
Pastor Otte and the class continue their study in the book of John where John bore witness about Jesus, calling Him the Lamb of God. The class discusses how we may also bear witness, and the importance of learning what people seek before offering our own answers in haste.
“I am the voice of one crying out in the wilderness,’Make straight the way of the Lord'”
Join Pastor Otte and the Upper Room Bible Class as we continue our study in the gospel of John. We examine why it was important for John to identify himself and letting people know he was not a prophet or the Christ, but only a messenger – a voice to prepare and make clear the road ahead for God.
Pastor Otte and the Upper Room Bible Class continue through the book of John, discussing how the world did not know Jesus, how His own people did not receive him, and how we may come to know Jesus Christ through baptism.