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I Am the Light of the World - John 8:12-30

Posted on April 30, 2017

I Am – The Light of the World

John 8:12 – 30

Seven Messianic Claims

  1. 1.    I Am the Bread of Life – Chapter 4
  2. 2.    I Am the Light of the World – Chapter 8
  3. I Am the Door of the Sheep – Chapter 10
  4. I Am the Good Shepherd – Chapter 10
  5. I Am the Resurrection and the Life – Chapter 11
  6. I Am the Way, the Truth and the Life – Chapter 14
  7. I Am the True Vine – Chapter 15

The _________________________________________ assertion – John 8:12

 

 

 

Application: Do we use _______________________________________________ to point people to God?

The _______________________________________________ accusation – John 8:13

 

 

 

Application: Do we ask questions to ________________________________ or to ________________ a person down?

 

The ____________________________________ answer – John 8:14 – 20

 

 

 

  • ____________________________________________________ – 8:15, 19 – 20

 

 

 

  • _________________________________________ perspective – 8:14; 16 – 18

Application: Does your personal theology ___________________________ for you in your everyday life?

 

The ___________________________________________announcement – John 8:21-30

  • Be _________________________________________________ – 8:22

 

  • Be _______________________________________ – 8:23

 

  • Be _________________________________________ – 8:24

 

  • Be ____________________________________________________ – 8:25 – 30

 

  • I have an intimate relationship with the _____________________God

 

  • I will be ________________________________ for all to know who I am

 

  • I am _____________________________________ alone

 

Application: How are you ________________________________ in your intimacy level with God?

 

Key Thought: When we ask questions of God are we ______________________________________ to receive His answers?

Three Questions to Ponder

  1. When people ask us a spiritual question, are we opento responding?
  2. Can we willingly choose to look at our circumstances from the lens of God’s vantage point?
  3. Are we open to going deeper in our relationship with Christ if God reveals new ways for us to die to ourselves?