Led by Pastor Snow
In the Gospel, which also bears his name, the Apostle John quotes Jesus’ claims to be the Great “I Am.” These statements would have particular significance to the first-century Jewish listener. They link him to the Old Testament revelation of God, and at the same time, each of these “I Am” statements furthers our understanding of Jesus’ ministry in our world today.
When Jesus applies these statements to Himself, He is claiming to be God. Not just God’s helper or a great teacher, but the divine, eternal, pre-existent, infinite and perfect Being. He is the God of Israel and the almighty Creator of all things!
Throughout our time together, we will study the “I Am” statements that Jesus makes about Himself along with other helpful passages. So, be sure to bring your own Bibles each week in order to make highlights and take notes for your own future reference and study!
Come and enjoy, once again, the insights Jesus shares about Himself as “the Bread of Life,” “the Light of the world,” “the Good Shepherd,” “the Way, the Truth and the Life,” “the True Vine” and much more!
Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:45 am in the Fellowship Hall