Dispute over Christ's Authority
Dispute over Christ's Authority
John 8:12-30
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Sunday School,  July 13, 2014

Jesus often used metaphors and similes to illustrate divine truth related to life. In John 8:12-30, we are going to look at Christ's Personal Disclosure where He bears record of Himself and Christ's Peculiar Departure revealing what will take place after His finished work on Calvary's cross. In so doing, Jesus refers to His authority over mankind by being the Light of the World. The dialogue that follows clearly reveals man's refusal to submit to Christ's authority. The religious leaders did not know Christ, where He was going and where they were going, revealing that they were in the dark spiritually.

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