Draw near to God during the week with our daily devotional.
It is enough for us to know that He surely will come!
He makes it clear that His second coming will be unmistakable.
Jesus goes on to give more details surrounding His second coming and the end of the age.
It a common temptation to focus on physical buildings instead of spiritual kingdoms.
His final words were, once again, about the central mission of His followers.
Jesus said, “blessed are those who have not seen Me and will believe.”
The disciples were overjoyed when they saw the Lord.
Jesus then takes the time to explain the necessity of His death.
Jesus defeated death, as He said He would.
Jesus prayed that you would be with Him and see His glory in heaven.
Unity is an important factor as Jesus looks forward to future generations of believers.
They had been “set apart” by Jesus to carry on His ministry of reconciliation in the world.
Jesus’ disciples must be united in their mission and move forward with God’s protection.
Jesus prays with His disciples before entering the Garden of Gethsemane.
What does it mean to “love” God above all else?
This account causes us to examine our own motives and reasons for why we do what we do for God.
God is getting ready to judge the Jewish nation and turn over His mission to a new people.
From this passage of Scripture, what should true religion look like?