John 11:41-42 NLT So they rolled the stone aside. Then Jesus looked up to heaven and said, Father, thank you for hearing me. 42 You always hear me, but I said it out loud for the sake of all these people standing here, so that they will believe you sent me.. Jesus called the dead man by name John 11:45-53 (NIV) 45 Therefore many of the Jews who had come to visit Mary, and had seen what Jesus did, put their faith in Him. 46 But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. Two very different responses. Does that surprise you? One group believing and the others threatened John 11:45-46. Then many of the Jews, which came with Mary — And were eye-witnesses of this illustrious miracle; believed on him — As the Messiah. Indeed, so incontestable a proof of his power and authority left them no room to doubt of his character Upgrade to Bible Gateway Plus, and access the abridged Expositor's Bible Commentary notes and many other resources! Log In/Sign Up John 11:45-53. New International Version John 11:53: S Mt 12:14; John 10. John 1
Biblical Commentary (Bible study) John 11:1-45 . EXEGESIS: JOHN 1-12. THE BOOK OF SIGNS. Chapters 1-12 of the Gospel of John are often called The Book of Signs. They include a series of seven signs, so named because the signs point to God and can be properly understood only when seen through the eyes of faith . It Has been so good for us to camp out on it for a while. I have plans to finish it today but we'll see what the Spirit allow
Pastor Scott L. Harris. Grace Bible Church, NY. January 21, 2018. Conspiracy to Murder. John 11:45-57. Introduction. Turn again to John 11. This morning we will examine in detail the responses to Jesus' miracle of raising Lazarus from the dead which we have studied the last two weeks Commentary on John 11:47-53. (Read John 11:47-53) There can hardly be a more clear discovery of the madness that is in man's heart, and of its desperate enmity against God, than what is here recorded. Words of prophecy in the mouth, are not clear evidence of a principle of grace in the heart. The calamity we seek to escape by sin, we take the. Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete) /. John /. John 11. John 10. John 12. Chapter 11 In this chapter we have the history of that illustrious miracle which Christ wrought a little before his death—the raising of Lazarus to life, which is recorded only by this evangelist; for the other three confine themselves to what Christ. John 11:45-57 - Why He Must Die. By Rev Charles Seet. Preached at / Published Life BPC 10:45am Svc, 2009-08-16. Text: John 11:45-57. On September 11, 2001, two hijacked airplanes were deliberately crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Centre in New York, taking nearly 3,000 lives
John 11, Coffman Commentaries on the Bible, One of over 110 Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, by the leading authority in the Church of Christ, presents a verse level look at the Bible OUTLINE: [3 A The Book of the Seven Signs (2:1 - 12:50)] 3 B Days of Preparation: Jesus advances toward the hour of death and glory (11:1-12:36) 1 C The seventh Sign, in Bethany: Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead (11:1-44) 1 D Jesus hears of and responds to the sickness of his friend Lazarus (11:1-10) 2 D Jesus reveals that Lazarus has died (11:11-16) 3 D Jesus and his discip John 11:32-44 More Powerful than Death. Check out these helpful resources Biblical Commentary Sermons Childern's Sermons Hymn Lists. John 11:32-44. More Powerful than Death. By Pastor Vince Gerhardy He's dead. She has died. Those are the words we dread to hear. They are especially painful when someone close to us, someone who has meant a. Calvin (Calvin's Commentaries [Baker], p. 442) views it as Jesus gearing up for the conflict as our champion in the battle against sin and death. One other suggestion is worth considering. F. Godet (Commentary on the Gospel of John [Zondervan], 2:184) questions why Jesus didn't feel the same emotion towards death at the other two.
John 11:48. Οὓτω ) thus , as heretofore, say they, we have left Him alone.— πάντες , all men ) and indeed with good reason.— οἱ Ῥωμαῖοι , the Romans ) Their supposition was, that the Romans would regard that [the adhesion of the people to Jesus] as sedition John 11:45-53 - NIV: Therefore many of the Jews who had come to visit Mary, and had seen what Jesus did, believed in him. But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done John 11:55 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] John 11:55, NIV: When it was almost time for the Jewish Passover, many went up from the country to Jerusalem for their ceremonial cleansing before the Passover. John 11:55, ESV: Now the Passover of the Jews was at hand, and many went up from the country to Jerusalem before the Passover to purify themselves
John 11:45-53 English Standard Version (ESV) The Plot to Kill Jesus. 45 Many of the Jews therefore, who had come with Mary and had seen what he did, believed in him, 46 but some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. 47 So the chief priests and the Pharisees gathered the council and said, What are we to do? For this man performs many signs. 48 If we let him go on. John 11:38-44. , Lazarus Come Out. Then Jesus, deeply moved again, came to the tomb. It was a cave, and a stone lay against it. Jesus said, Take away the stone.. Martha, the sister of the dead man, said to him, Lord, by this time there will be an odor, for he has been dead four days.. Jesus said to her, Did I not tell you that if. , and had seen what Jesus did, believed in him
The Winnowed and Gathered Community: Reading John 11:45-53 In Light of Mimetic Theory D. London On my first visit to the Holy Land, I often found myself wanting to linger over sites after the tour guide moved on Scripture: John 11:45-53, John 18:12-14. Denomination: Baptist. Why Power Blinds Us Series Contributed by Jim Butcher on Apr 9, 2021 | 329 views. The Pharisees desire for power blinds them to the point where they acknowledge Jesus is doing miracles but still want to kill Him! What can we learn from their lust for power John 11:45-57. By danieloh In Devotion Text, John with Comments Off on John 11:45-57. 45 Many of the Jews therefore, who had come with Mary and had seen what he did, believed in him, 46 but some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. 47 So the chief priests and the Pharisees gathered the council and said, What are.
a complete commentary on the whole New Testament scriptures, being assigned the books of Mark and John. Since that time many untoward events have transpired to delay the fulfillment of (11: 45-53) 178 Jesus retires until the Passover (11: 54-57} 180. CONTENTS 7 Page PART THIRD They, like many today now had to decide what they would do with Jesus (see John 11:45-53). VI. Conclusion. This wonderful account of the resurrection of Lazarus reveals the extent of Jesus' power. As the resurrection and the life (see John 11:25), He overcomes the power of man's last enemy—death (see I Corinthians 15:26, 53-57) which the writer gives this miracle in the lead up to Jesusʼ death (see John 11:45-53). Yet he is not even mentioned in the other Gospels. If this sign was as signiﬁcant as the Gospel of John makes it, the silence of the other Gospels is hard to fathom. It seems likely that our author has taken an incident from the ministry of Jesus and ha A fourth possible reason for Jesus's tears was that he knew that raising Lazarus would actually cause the religious leaders to finally take action to put him to death (John 11:45-53). In this account, most of us probably marvel at Jesus's incredible trust that his Father would answer him John 11:32-45. VICTORY AT THE TOMB! Lazarus was dead! Jesus had delayed his visit (See last week's Sermon Seeds for outline on earlier events in John 11.) Jesus and Martha had talked. Now, Mary is on the scene. THE SAVIOR'S COMPASSION Vss. 32-37. THE SAVIOR'S COMMANDS Vss. 38-43 Take ye away the stone. Lazarus, come forth
miracle took place? Read John 11:4, 11, 23, and 40. 6. When Lazarus was raised from the dead, how did the people respond? Read John 11:45, 53, 57, & 12:10. a. Why did raising Lazarus create such a stir among the people, especially among the Jewish religious leaders? b. If you were to see a man who had been dead for four days walk out of a tomb. John 11:45-57 The Plot to Kill Jesus Lent 2013 Introduction Lazarus, come out! That's what Jesus yelled. Lazarus come out! If Jesus had not named Lazarus when He shouted, He would have emptied the entire cemetery. The dead man came out, his hands and feet wrapped with strips of linen, and a cloth around his face A fourth possible reason for Jesus' tears was that he knew that raising Lazarus would actually cause the religious leaders to finally take action to put him to death (John 11:45-53). If Jesus.
John chapter 11. New International Version. 1 Now a man named Lazarus was sick. He was from Bethany, the village of Mary and her sister Martha. 2 (This Mary, whose brother Lazarus now lay sick, was the same one who poured perfume on the Lord and wiped his feet with her hair.) 3 So the sisters sent word to Jesus, 'Lord, the one you love is sick.' Text Commentaries by John MacArthur John MacArthur is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, as well as an author, conference KJV NKJV NLT NIV ESV CSB NASB20 NASB95. NET RSV ASV YLT DBY WEB HNV . RVR60 VUL WLC LXX mGNT TR . Clear Advanced Options No sections that may seem anti-Semitic are used, such as St. John 11:4553 or the stoning of Stephen. The sections that speak against homosexuality are conspicuously omitted, as well as verses that warn of false prophets.33 So seriously flawed is the RCL from both a hermeneutical and liturgical standpoint that it would be difficult to sanction. Verses 6-7 John the *Baptist was a *prophet. A *prophet is a person who speaks God's messages to people. Luke included the account of John the *Baptist's birth in his *Gospel (Luke 1:5-25, 57-66)
It seems the same two Sadducees of the household of Hanan (Annas and Caiaphas), acted against Jesus and the early Messianic followers (John 11:45-53; 18:13, 19-24; Acts 5:17-41). w4:25 mouth of David: a quote of Ps. 2:1-2. w4:32 all thing in common: The needs arose because many were away from home. At some later point the Temple. And in John 5 that is precisely what Jesus sets out to do. (Jn. 11:45-53, 12:9-11). This is why the raising of Lazarus is such a pivotal incident in John. commentary on current events and. JOHN 11:45-12:11 The religious leaders plan to kill Jesus 11:45 Therefore many of the Jews who had come to visit Mary, and had seen what Jesus did, put their faith in him. 46 But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. 47 Then the chief priests and the Pharisees called a meeting of the Sanhedrin
Trying to preach a sermon on this story stinks, as is true for many of the stories John tells. John is great for beloved, pithy sayings, but the larger stories are difficult. He only tells seven miracle stories, and he calls them signs.. They are teaching moments, they are laden with meaning that is revealed by the miracle itself Ezekiel 37:21-28 | John 11:45-53 | Psalm 85:1-7 45 Many of the Jews therefore, who had come with Mary andhad seen what he did, believed in him, 46 but some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. 47 So the chief priests and the Pharisees gathered the council and said, What are we to do? For this man performs many signs. 48 If we let him go on like this, everyone. Reflection: John 11:45-56. John 11:45-56 - Saturday of the 5th Week of Lent. As Holy Week unfolds, the tension and drama in the Gospels of Holy Week continues to mount. Today some of the Jews excitedly approach the Pharisees and tell them that Jesus had raised a man (Lazarus) from the dead. Rather than being amazed at this news, it appears. . All of them point unerringly to the cross. (1) The authorities are thoroughly frustrated. No one can deny that the miracle Jesus has performed actually occurred: it was too public, and Lazarus was genuinely dead—so dead. At this time, the chief priests and Pharisees were panic-stricken by Jesus's growing popularity (John 11:45-53, 57; 12:9-11). They wanted to seize Jesus privately, but not during the feast of Passover because they would stir up the crowds (Matthew 26:3-5; Mark 14:1-2)
An EasyEnglish Commentary (2800 word vocabulary) on John's *Gospel. www.easyenglish.bible. Les Painter. A word list at the end explains words with a *star by them. The Author. The author wrote this *gospel (good news) in Ephesus about 60 years after the death of Jesus. Nowhere does it say that John the *disciple wrote the *gospel Revelation 11 Commentary Intro: The High Priest Ananus Son of Ananus Killed James, Jesus Christ's Biological Brother, at the Start of Jesus the Son of Ananus' Ministry. It is interesting to note that Caiaphas the high priest largely responsible for Jesus Christ's execution according to John 11:45-53 was Ananus' son-in-law But it would also be an incident which would arouse His enemies and finally result in His death, because they were so blinded that, instead of glorying in a wonderful miracle, they resented the influence that it gave Him (John 11:45-53). Although in contrast to this was the fact that some did believe (John 11:45) It is eternal life, which includes timelessness or eternity in the temporal sense, but the focus is quality not quantity. It is sharing the life of God here and now and forever. John 11:1-45, Lent 5A, Comments (commentary) and Clippings (technical notes for in-depth study), Chris Haslam, Anglican Diocese of Montreal
. CHAPTER 11. The Raising of Lazarus. *. 1 Now a man was ill, Lazarus from Bethany, a the village of Mary and her sister Martha. 2 Mary was the one who had anointed the Lord with perfumed oil and dried his feet with her hair; it was her brother Lazarus who was ill. 3 So the sisters sent word to him, saying, Master, the one you love is ill. THE GOSPEL OF JOHN Interpretation Hints and Challenges. The article is written as a section of our Introduction to the Gospel of John, which contains general information, a brief survey, key verses, historical background, author and date info, purposes, themes, outlines and more on John's Gospel.In this article, we'll explore some general and special interpretation methods It is a call to individuals from a holy God, John 6:44. I know that whosoever will may be saved, Rom. 10:13; Rev. 22:17. I know that God will have all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth, 1 Tim. 2:4. However, I also know that the call of the Lord is an intensely personal call
1 There was a man named Lazarus of Bethany, the village of Mary and her sister, Martha, and he was ill. 2 It was the same Mary, the sister of the sick man Lazarus, who anointed the Lord with ointment and wiped his feet with her hair. 3 The sisters sent this message to Jesus, 'Lord, the man you. John the apostle relates how John the Baptist bore witness of the Light a. Declaring Jesus to be The Lamb of God - Jn 1:29,35-36 b. Declaring Jesus to be The Son of God - Jn 1:34 [Both the prophets and John bore witness to Jesus prior to His ministry John 11 - Now a certain [man] was sick, [named] Lazarus, of Bethany, the town of Mary and her sister Martha. KJV NKJV NLT NIV ESV CSB NASB20 NASB95 NET RSV ASV YLT DBY WEB HN
The High Priests - Who Sacrificed Him - John 11:45-53 & 11:53-57. Audio/MP3 by Dr Sinclair B Ferguson 40 He went away again across the Jordan to the place i where John had been baptizing at first, and there he remained. 41 And many came to him. And they said, John did no sign, but j everything that John said about this man was true. 42 And k many believed in him there. The Death of Lazaru Commentary for John 11 . The sickness of Lazarus. (1-6) Christ returns to Judea. (7-10) The death of Lazarus. (11-16) Christ arrives at Bethany. (17-32) He raises Lazarus. (33-46) The Pharisees consult against Jesus. (47-53) The Jews seek for him. (54-57)1-6 It is no new thing for those whom Christ loves, to be sick; bodily distempers correct.
A Time for Renewal - Renewal in True Religion (Text: John 11:45-53; Matthew 26:57-68) Jesus - A Man of Sorrows - Denied by Peter (Text: Matthew 26:69-75) Crucial Quotes from Holy Week - Quote III: I Don't Know the Man. (Text: Matthew 26:72 & 74) Matthew 27 Crucial Quotes from Holy Week - Quote IV: I Have Sinned The charge that the Jews killed their Messiah is alluded to in several NT passages (cf. John 11:45-53; 18:28-31; also Acts 2:23, 36; 3:13-15; 4:10; 7:52; 10:39; 13:28) and is accurate to the extent that while the actual execution was carried out at the hands of Roman soldiers under the command of Pontius Pilate, the later authority was coerced. Luke 11 - Jesus Teaches and Warns A. Teaching on prayer. 1. (1) A request from the disciples: Lord, teach us to pray. Now it came to pass, as He was praying in a certain place, when He ceased, that one of His disciples said to Him, Lord, teach us to pray, as John also taught his disciples. a John's Gospel differs from the synoptics in numerous other ways. John emphasizes Jesus' ministry in Jerusalem. The style of Jesus is different in John. Also, the Fourth Gospel has a different arrangement.  D. Moody Smith, John, Proclamation Commentaries, 2d ed., rev. and enl., ed. Gerhard Kradel (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1986), 2-24 Earlier in the gospel (11:45-53) Caiaphas gave that advice before the Sanhedrin. It is likely, then, that hoi Ioudaioi has been used to replace a reference to that religious body. In 18:28 John says, they took Jesus from Caiaphas to Pilate's headquarters. No proper subject is specified
Schnelle's recent commentary (1998) aptly reflects this 'consensus' perspective with respect to tradition and redaction in John. 19. The distinctives of John's Gospel have of course been observed throughout church history. They may be categorized under five headings (Blomberg 1987:153-155). First, there is John's selection of material Children's Sermon for John 11:1-45. March 29 2020, Lectionary Year A, 3-29-20. Jesus and Lazaru 1-16 of over 1,000 results for john macarthur commentary john John 1-11 MacArthur New Testament Commentary (Volume 11) (MacArthur New Testament Commentary Series) More Buying Choices $11.45 (53 used & new offers) Kindle. $17.49 $ 17. 49 $22.49 $22.49. Available instantly. Philippians
Become a citizen of that kingdom. Theme: John 18:36-38 Text: Kingdom of Truth The Lord is good; His love endures forever. This month we would learn the Word of God under the theme: I am the truth, keeping in mind the general theme of the year, I am the way the Truth and the Life. Once again, we face a pandemic situation John 8:2-12 Early in the morning he came again to the temple. All the people came to him, and he sat down and taught them. 3 The scribes and the Pharisees brought a woman who had been caught in adultery, and placing her in the midst 4 they said to him, Teacher, this woman has been caught in the act of adultery. 5 Now in the Law Moses commanded us to stone such women Scripture Readings: 1 Samuel 3:1-10 (11-20); Psalm 139:1-6, 13-18; 1 Corinthians 6:12-20; John 1:43-51. Theme Ideas. Each of these scriptures seems to hold a unique challenge for the preacher and worship planner. The familiar story of God's voice calling to Samuel is muddied by the disturbing tone of God's plan for Eli And yet, Caiaphas the High Priest and the Sanhedrin plot to put him to death precisely because raising Lazarus fulfilled the Deuteronomic requirement for a true prophet (Jn. 11:45-53, 12:9-11). This Hamblin, John 5:19-47 3 Mar 16, 2011 is why the raising of Lazarus is such a pivotal incident in John Herod said, I myself had John beheaded (As recorded in Matt. 14:1-12 and Mk 6:14-29). As least he accepts the blame! He is responding to the thought circulating in Galilee that Jesus was John the Baptist raised from the dead and this thought greatly troubled him (Lk 9:7). See commentary on Lk 7:18-23+ regarding John the Baptist
A Reaction to the Glory of God (11:45-53) The Plot of the Sanhedrin (11:45-53). The depiction of the Jewish mourners as Jesus' informers (v. 36) portrays them in an unfavorable light, which is consistent with other references throughout the Gospel. The reaction carries out the theme of belief and unbelief following a miracle In fact in John's Gospel it becomes the main reason leading to Jesus' death. (John 11:45-53) If Jesus can restore a body that had been in the tomb for four days and has begun to decompose he can certainly mend the brokenness and wounds of our lives. Jesus said to Martha, I am the resurrection and the life,. A fourth possible reason for Jesus' tears was that he knew that raising Lazarus would actually cause the religious leaders to finally take action to put him to death (John 11:45-53). In this account, most of us probably marvel at Jesus' incredible trust that his Father would answer him
IV. Jewish Reaction to the Miracle (11:45-53) V. Jesus' Reaction (11:54-57) I. The Death of Lazarus (11:1-16) A. Setting and Background At the end of Chapter 10, the Jerusalem leaders of . Judea had rejected Jesus and tried to seize Him. He escaped and traveled to the east side of the Jordan River where John the Baptist had firstidentifie The High Priests - Who Sacrificed Him - John 11:45-53 & 11:53-57. Audio/MP3 by Dr Sinclair B Ferguson Los fariseos amenazaron de excomunión a los que le siguieran (cf. Jn 9, 22). A los que temían que «todos creerían en él; y vendrían los romanos y destruirían nuestro Lugar Santo y nuestra nación» ( Jn 11, 48), el sumo sacerdote Caifás les propuso profetizando: «Es mejor que muera uno solo por el pueblo y no que perezca toda la.
Another reason was because the miracles agitated the religious authorities (John 11:45-53), which in turn hastened the time of his passion and death (John 2:3-4). Familiarity with the details of our Lord's public ministry that the Gospels provide goes beyond merely satisfying our curiosity, of course When the shepherds found Jesus they discovered Him tucked away in a manger— late at night. And although Jesus performed most of His miracles in broad day, He found strength to bear the Cross as He prayed, alone, in the darkness of Gethsemane. Acts 16 says Paul and Silas were beaten and thrown in a dungeon The walking group might have next seen the house of Caiaphas, north and through a rich residential area. After Lazarus had been raised from the dead, we learn that Caiaphas and the Sanhedrin from that day on planned together to kill him (John 11:45-53)
The Sanhedrin (aka the Pharisees and Sadducees), on the other hand, had serious concerns (John 11:45-53). They incorrectly feared Jesus would bring the Roman's wrath upon Jerusalem. They were also envious of Jesus' adulation, thusly hating this so-called King of the Jews. They were so enraged by this triumphant procession that they ground. Matthew, Mark and Luke, are historians, John is a theologian; they write simple historical narratives, lie with a definite and an avowed doctrinal purpose; they record most fully our Lord's life, he our Lord's teaching and character; they rarely refer to our Lord's divine character and mission, except either by a reference to the fulfillment of. In John 11:45-53, some of the witnesses of this sign inform the authorities in Jerusalem. Neither the witnesses nor the authorities appear to doubt what Jesus has done — but this only has the effect of moving them to plot Jesus' death. John 6: Pages 70-80, in the Commentary