• The Significance of Peter

    Matthew 16:13–20

    Ephesians 2:20 tells us that the church is built on the foundation of the prophets and Apostles, a reference ultimately to the teaching of these men as given in the Scriptures. We should be thankful to the Lord for figures ...Read More

  • Meek like Moses

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  • The Infinite Gospel

    John 21:25

    Dr. R.C. Sproul comments on today’s passage in his commentary John, “The record [of Jesus’ life] that we have is enough to sate our appetites and call us back to this testimony again and again and again.” Our duty ...Read More

  • Peter Asks about John

    John 21:20–24

    John did not die a martyr’s death, but he did suffer in prison on Patmos for his faith. Peter faithfully obeyed Jesus, finally dying as a witness to Him. Both men were faithful to their callings and serve as models ...Read More

  • Jesus Predicts Peter’s Martyrdom

    John 21:18–19

    Apart from the grace of Christ, we cannot remain faithful to Him in the midst of trials. Thanks be to God, the Lord promises that grace to all who have trusted Him alone for salvation. Everyone whom God justifies He ...Read More

  • Jesus Restores Peter

    John 21:15–17

    The elders and teachers of the church have been tasked with feeding God’s people His Word. The most important thing our leaders can do is make sure that they are well grounded in Scripture and know how to apply it ...Read More

  • Eating Breakfast with Jesus

    John 21:9–14

    We have become so accustomed to the story of Jesus that it is easy for us to miss the awe that the disciples no doubt felt in the presence of the resurrected Lord. Indeed, we should not let our familiarity ...Read More

  • The Cradle and the Cross

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  • The Disciples Go Fishing

    John 21:1–8

    In today’s passage, Peter was so eager to see Jesus that he jumped into the water and swam toward the shore, where Jesus was standing (John 21:7–8). Although Peter frequently talked and acted before he should have done so, surely ...Read More

  • The Purpose of John’s Gospel

    John 20:30–31

    John wrote his gospel to convince people that Jesus is the Messiah, but his gospel also strengthens the faith of those who already know that Jesus is the Messiah. We read and study John—and the rest of the Bible—all the ...Read More

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