Rev. Clint Wyllie - June 2, 2024

The Nature of Belief (John 20:30-31)

Belief is a curious notion in our world, with more deception than truth. However, belief is vital to our faith, as we see throughout scripture. So, what does the Bible really mean by “believe?” By looking at two passages where belief does not lead to salvation, we can begin to get a clearer understanding of the nature of belief and the Gospel we are called to believe.

From Series: "Summer Signs"

Matthew, Mark and Luke use the term miracles in Jesus’ ministry, but John records his miracles as “signs and wonders”. In explaining how John’s gospel records 7 distinctive “signs” in Jesus ministry, Anthony Selvaggio explains, “The signs in John’s Gospel are not the destination; they are directions to the greater truth about who Jesus is and what He has done… ‘so that we may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the very Son of God, and that be believing we may have life in his name.’’ (John 20:31)”

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