A Fleeting Whisp Of Glory

I Myself am the living Bread come down from heaven. If anyone eats this Bread he shall live forever

John 6:51
John 6:41-51

Sermon Topic

Bread of Life,

Four hundred years before the birth, the life, the death, the Resurrection of Jesus, a man named Euripides wrote a play about Medea. Medea was a proud woman, a loving woman whose love was rejected and betrayed. She was a woman scorned. Because of the rejection, her love turned terribly to hatred and vengeance. In the course of the play, she humiliates, kills or causes to be killed, every person who has hurt her. The play draws to a close in an atmosphere of heaviness. As the stage goes dark, one of the characters pronounces a deadly lament: “There is no hope on heaven or on earth.”

Four hundred years after Euripides, Jesus’ closest disciples are hidden behind locked doors, fearful for their lives, dreading the future. Jesus had come into their lives as a bright and shining light of hope and joy. Jesus had come into their lives so full of promises, able to heal and give new life. His words were like…

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