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The crowds are swelling in Jerusalem for the Passover. Word of Jesus is spreading like wildfire - especially with the resurrection of Lazarus. The Religious leaders have made it clear they want to arrest Jesus and everyone is wondering “Will He come to Jerusalem?”. Yes, He’s coming. With the Triumphal Entry He proclaims Himself as the Messiah. All …
 
They were just shepherds. At the time, shepherds were looked down upon so much that their testimony was not considered reliable in a trial. Yet, that’s who God sent His Heavenly Choir to - to give the Greatest Message of All: “Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; He is Christ the Lord.” (Lk. 2:11). Why? Because the Good News is…
 
Finally at the border of the Promised Land, God calls Joshua to step up and lead Israel in. There’s much to learn about God’s Calling here. Who God Calls: God calls those who are faithful, not necessarily talented or educated, but simply faithful. Why God’s Calling is Important: Because those who serve must have the assurance that they’re in God’s …
 
In this Bible Study on Sunday morning at Calvary Ottawa, Pastor Dan Schilke from Northgate Ministry was our guest. We looked at Paul’s final words in 2 Corinthians 13:14. He writes: “The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with you all. Amen.” We were encouraged by the picture of the Trinity …
 
In this Bible Study from Pastor Steve at Calvary Fellowship on Sunday Morning, we returned to the verse by verse study of the Gospel of John. This week we looked at the story of Raising Lazarus from the dead. So often we get caught up in the miracle that we miss the purpose of the miracle. Pastor Steve reminded us that it is not enough to just beli…
 
This Sunday morning visiting speaker Doug Sprunt shared a word of hope from John 15:1-11.Jesus begins this passage with the two words “I am”. When we consider this truth and the 6 other “I am” statements of Jesus in John’s gospel, it is clear Christ is our sufficiency. Jesus then refers to himself as “the Vine” and his Father is the Vinedresser. Ou…
 
In Phillipians 3:12-14, Paul shares his Passionate Desire "to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me”. In the process, he gives us 5 Principles for Moving Forward in Life and our Walk With Jesus. 1. SOUND PERSPECTIVE - Have a realistic view of ourselves "Not that I have already reached the goal or am already perfect", 1. SINGULAR-…
 
KEYS TO JOYIn Philippians 3:1-3, Paul exhorts believers to “rejoice in the Lord”. Joy is meant to be a fundamental part of believers’ lives - not a ‘bubbly emotion’, but ‘contented gratitude’ flowing from a settled confidence in Jesus. What a blessed state that is. Paul follows up by warning believers to watch out for that which can rob us of our j…
 
Martin Luther King Jr said that Sunday morning was the most segregated hour of the week in America... it still is for the most part. But another type of segregation has existed in the church for a long time—it even plagued Jesus and led to His arrest and death. When self-righteous religiosity shuts out those who are considered to be in the margins …
 
In this Bible Study from Calvary Fellowship in Ottawa on Sunday morning, Pastor Andy Falleur read John 10, where Jesus is once again, trying to help the Jews “see” that He is not only the Messiah, but God come in the flesh. He uses the provocative illustration of how He’s the good shepherd, and also the gate for the sheep. He once again, asserts cl…
 
In this Sunday morning Bible Study at Calvary Fellowship of Ottawa, guest teacher Gary Van Donkersgoed has a topical study on "The Rewards Offered To Followers Of Jesus". The study follows the word "Crown" in the New Testament, which is consistently applied as something promised to Christians. This is not something tied to salvation or faith in gen…
 
John 9:1-42 "Visual Aid"In this Bible Study from Sunday morning at Calvary Fellowship of Ottawa, Pastor Andy Falleur read John 9 and talked about how the blind man there was a visual aid to Jesus’s declaration: “I am the light of the world.” It’s possible that he didn’t have eyes, because Jesus put dirt in his eyes, and no one recognized him after …
 
In this Bible Study from a Sunday morning at Calvary Fellowship of Ottawa, Pastor Andy Falleur reads from John 8:12-59, where Jesus is in a heated discussion with the Pharisees and Jews in Jerusalem about his origins.It’s a conversation that Jesus wants to have, and they are asking questions that he wants them to ask. He’s trying to get them to thi…
 
John 8:1-11 - "I See You"In this Bible Study at Calvary Fellowship of Ottawa on Sunday morning, Pastor Steve Weir read to us from John 7:53-8:11. He began with talking about textual criticism, breaking it down into three simple steps: location (where were the scriptural fragments found?), timing (what is the date of the fragments found), and number…
 
In this Bible Study on Sunday morning at Calvary Fellowship of Ottawa, Pastor Andy Falleur reads from John 7. This is an interesting passage as it shows how Jesus planned the timing and the method of going public to the Jewish people during the Festival of Shelters. Here we see an example of the intersection between Gods’ sovereignty and human agen…
 
John 6:22-71 “Decision Time”In our Bible Study at Calvary Ottawa this Sunday, Pastor Andy Falleur read to us once again from John 6:22-71.This time, the “meeting after the meeting” captured our attention, as Jesus is digesting the conversation with his disciples. It’s a hard teaching, and instead of lightening it, or explaining, or simplifying it, …
 
John 6:22-71 “Jesus is More than a King”For our Bible Study, at Calvary Fellowship Ottawa, Pastor Andy Falleur read to us from John 6:22-71. We have embarked on the conversation that Jesus has with the crowd of people that were part of the feeding of the five thousand earlier in the chapter. They eventually caught up with Jesus, and in the conversa…
 
John 6:22-71 “Unless You Eat My Flesh and Drink My Blood”In this Bible Study from Sunday morning at Calvary Fellowship of Ottawa, Pastor Andy Falleur reads to us for a third time this conversation between Jesus and the crowd of 5k that He had miraculously fed the day before. They had wanted to make him king by force and he had retreated from them. …
 
John 6:22-71 “The Father Gives, Draws and Grants”In our Bible Study this Sunday at Calvary Fellowship, Pastor Andy Falleur read John 6:22-71 and this time, we looked at the statements that Jesus makes about the Father giving, drawing and granting people to the Son. Many times, they have been understood from the view of individual election, or prede…
 
Call Me, Peter!In our Sunday Bible Study at Calvary Fellowship, we had a special visit from Saint Peter as Pastor Steve Weir provided for us a dramatic presentation of the Gospel through the eyes of Simon Peter. We were able to experience the joys and disappointments of the life of Peter as he followed Jesus, denied Him and ultimately was restored …
 
John 6:1-21 “Jesus is Majestic” In our Sunday Bible Study at Calvary Fellowship, Pastor Andy Falleur read from John 6:1-21, the familiar stories of Jesus feeding the five thousand and then immediately afterwards walking on water. The historicity of these events are solid, and it was good to take a fresh look at them, especially in the way that John…
 
In our Bible Study this Sunday at Calvary Fellowship, Pastor Andy Falleur read to us from John 5:31-47, where we once again returned to Jesus’s Monologue to the Jewish Leaders. In reading the whole monologue, Jesus makes 4 claims to divinity, and then discusses the testimony, the proof, the evidence that his claims to divinity are valid. In the clo…
 
John5:17-47 - Jesus Can't be CancelledIn our Bible Study at Calvary Fellowship of Ottawa, Andy Falleur continued in John 5, where Jesus makes by his count, four claims to divinity. He says to the Jewish leaders not only that He is the Messiah, but that He is equal to God. We spent our time looking at those claims and what Jesus is saying and what t…
 
John 5:1-16 “Pickup Your Mat”Our Bible Study this Sunday at Calvary Fellowship of Ottawa was from John 5:1-16, where Jesus heals a disabled man at the pool of Bethesda. We took a few minutes to talk about the manuscript variation there, and then saw the connection through contrast with the healing of the official’s son at the end of John 4. Beyond …
 
John 4:43-54 In this Bible study, of John 4:43 - 4:54, we saw how the Galileans seemed to welcome Jesus with great excitement, but only wanted him for what he could do for them and did not honour him, treasure him, or believe in him as Messiah. This contrasts with the faith of the Samaritans who took him at his Word. This passage shows how familiar…
 
Ephesians 1 - Trinity - Who is GodIn this Bible study at Calvary Fellowship in Ottawa, Kristian Landry takes us through a Bible study on the Holy Trinity. The Trinity is hinted at in the OT, but revealed in the Incarnation of the Son and outpouring of the Spirit. Christians have disagreed on many things, but we all agree on this. In the one being o…
 
John 4:4-42 - The EncounterPastor Steve Weir shows us from John 4 how intentional Jesus was to have an encounter with a seeking and shamed Samaritan woman - an outcast of outcasts, and how through this encounter with Jesus, this woman was restored and became a witness for Jesus. He concludes by reminding us that Jesus is ready and able to have that…
 
John 3:22 - 4:3 - Disputes Among Disciples In this Bible study of John’s gospel at Calvary Fellowship in Ottawa, Pastor Andy Falleur reads the passage and then shows some of the allusions that the Apostle John makes in the way that he writes about Jesus and John the Baptist. The main and plain of the passage though is regarding a dispute among the …
 
John 2:23 - 3:22 - God LovedIn this Bible study, of John 2:23 - 3:22, we saw how Jesus didn’t “entrust” himself to the people that believed in him, and our natural question is why. We explored some of the reasons that have been offered and then examined how John the Apostle tells of the conversation that Jesus had with Nicodemus in the following se…
 
John 2:13-22 His Disciples RememberedIn this Bible Study from the Sunday morning gathering at Calvary Fellowship of Ottawa we read from John 2:13-22 where John the Apostle tells us what happened when Jesus cleansed the temple. The main point being proven is that Jesus is God, but the way John the Apostle shows that is interesting and indirect. Ther…
 
John 2:1-12 - "He Revealed His Glory"In this Bible Study from John 2, Jesus, his mother, and his disciples are at a wedding in Cana. It’s a familiar story, and has all these wonderful layers of meaning that the Apostle John alludes to. We spent most of our time considering the interchange between Jesus and his mother and how this first sign reveale…
 
In this passage, Jesus sure seems to be having a little fun with these two disciples. He’s pretending that he doesn’t know what’s going on, and they don’t recognize him until they stop to rest and eat. Why does the Lord Jesus seemingly pretend? Why is He not recognized until they are eating and resting?-----#Bible Study, #Bible, #Study, #Calvary Ch…
 
John 1:35-51 We Have Found the Messiah!In our text this week, the Apostle John describes how Jesus met some of his disciples. It’s a beautiful passage, as we read how Jesus saw and noticed each one when they turned towards him. Jesus first words in John’s gospel are: “What are you looking for?” And then “Come and see.” We also make an attempt at ex…
 
In this study, we are once again examining the opening passage of the gospel of John, this time considering the theological themes present. In this prologue, John beautifully appeals to both the Hebrew and Greek mindset and shows how Jesus is worthy of our belief. In these themes, the Apostle John is also giving us a foretaste of what we can expect…
 
In our text today, John the Baptist proclaims two baptisms. There’s one that he’s doing with water, but he’s pointing to one that Jesus will do with the Holy Spirit. Here we look at baptism, it’s significance and importance and it’s symbolism throughout Scripture. This helps us to understand what’s not explained in John’s gospel. Are there two bapt…
 
John 1:19-37 The Testimony of John the BaptistIn this passage of John’s gospel, we see the importance and significance of the testimony of John the Baptist to the public ministry of Jesus. This is the point where Jesus goes from being incognito into a public figure. What’s important in examining the witness of John the Baptist is that his testimony…
 
John 1:1-18 “Get Used to Different”In our Bible Study through these opening paragraphs of the gospel of John, we immediately see how different John’s gospel is from the other three. It’s really different. It’s believed to be the last document of the New Testament and it shows that John the Beloved has had a lot of time to think and meditate on Jesu…
 
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