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What to do with Jesus? (John 8:28-9:16)

Nick Lotter, May 1, 2016
Part of the The Gospel of John series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

What are we to do with Jesus? This is the burning question on the minds of the Jewish leaders in the weeks and months leading up to the arrest of Jesus, and on the mind of Pontius Pilate as he faces an angry Jewish mob screaming for Jesus' blood.
The nature and person of Jesus Christ is such that you can't be apathetic or indifferent to Him. You can't be neutral concerning Jesus. You can't just say "Jesus and I are cool, we just let each other be". Jesus made absolute statements about Himself that cannot be ignored - they demand a response from us. We have to decide what we are going to do with Jesus - are we with Him, or are we against Him (Matthew 12:30)?

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