Resources on John 15:1

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Packing Faucets Devotional by Kristin Huffman https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/packing-faucets Devotional by Kristin Huffman Topics: Children , God , Power Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling This blog piece reveals the "little girl" inside us all, drawing the truths of John 15:1-8 together with our independent spirit and our dependency on God. Radical Faith Devotional by John F Kavanaugh http://liturgy.slu.edu/5EasterB042918/theword_kavanaugh.html Devotional by John F Kavanaugh Topics: Eucharist , Union With Christ Source: The Sunday Website In this reflection on John 15:1-8, John Kavanaugh considers radical faith by equating taking the Eucharist with a Billy Graham altar call, acknowledging the intensity present when encountering Christ's presence. Jesus is the Vine Devotional by Gerald Darring http://liturgy.slu.edu/5EasterB042918/reflections_justice.html Devotional by Gerald Darring Topics: Peace , Church , Community , Love Source: The Sunday Website In this reflection, Gerald Darring reflects on John 15:1-8 and concludes that since Jesus is the vine then the church must have faith in him and love for one another. Separated From Christ Sermon Starter/Outline by Patrick Langan https://www.epriest.com/reflections/view/30 Sermon Starter/Outline by Patrick Langan Topics: Love , Father , Devotion Source: ePriest Being connected to Christ is bearing fruit. This is the lesson that John 15:1-8 teaches and that we should strive to emulate. Prayer, devotion, and right focus all stem from being grafted to the true vine. The Risky Business of Bearing Fruit Sermon Starter/Outline by Karoline M Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/dear-working-preacher/the-risky-business-of-bearing-fruit Sermon Starter/Outline by Karoline M Lewis Topics: Fruit of the Spirit , Maturity , Spirituality, piety, devotion , Sanctification, holiness Source: Working Preacher How can we bear fruit? The bearing of fruit depends on dependence, says Karoline Lewis in this reflection on John 15:1-8. The Pruning Children's Sermon by Wilson Cheeley https://www.sermons4kids.com/pruning_wilson_cheeley.htm Children's Sermon by Wilson Cheeley Topics: Goodness , Sermon , Thankfulness , Spiritual Growth Source: Sermons 4 Kids This children's sermon on John 15: 1-2 teaches us to expect God's pruning work in our lives. "If we want to bear Jesus' fruit, we must abide in Him." How to Remain in Him Devotional by Edward Hopkins https://www.epriest.com/reflections/view/377/en Devotional by Edward Hopkins Topics: Prayer , Faithfulness , The Love of Christ , Obedience Source: ePriest This reflection from John 15:1-8 encourages us to abide in Jesus because apart from him we can do nothing. Abiding is defined here as believing in Jesus, keeping his commands, and praying in his name. A Gospel Ecology Commentary/Exegesis by Susan Palo Cherwien https://www.christiancentury.org/article/2015-04/may-3-fifth-sunday-easter Commentary/Exegesis by Susan Palo Cherwien Topics: Easter , Love , Community Source: The Christian Century A reflection on John 15:1-8 from Susan Palo Cherwien. Have you ever wanted a biological affirmation of Jesus' famous "I am the vine" sermon? Read on. Separated From Christ Devotional by Patrick Langan https://www.epriest.com/reflections/view/380/en Devotional by Patrick Langan Topics: Jesus Source: ePriest In this sermon starter on John 15:1-8, Patrick Langan reflects on abiding in Christ as the true vine. "Only united to the vine can I bear lasting fruits for Christ’s Kingdom". Available also in Spanish. Liturgy with Communion - The True Vine Element of Worship by Thom M Shuman https://lectionaryliturgies.blogspot.com/2015/04/liturgy-wcommunion-for-may-3-2015.html Element of Worship by Thom M Shuman Topics: God's Love , Power , Praise , Story Source: Lectionary Liturgies Thom Shuman's liturgy with communion based on John 15:1-8 reminds us that we find the capacity to love and serve others only when we are connected to Jesus the true Vine. Abide in Me Commentary/Exegesis by F. Dean Lueking http://www.religion-online.org/article/abide-in-me-john-151-8/ Commentary/Exegesis by F. Dean Lueking Topics: Church , Community , God's Presence Source: Religion Online This article on John 15:1-8 highlights the Christian desire to connect (abide) with God and people in ways that have depth and can last. Rooted in Relationship Commentary/Exegesis by Kenneth H Carter Jr https://www.christiancentury.org/blogs/archive/2009-05/rooted-relationship Commentary/Exegesis by Kenneth H Carter Jr Topics: Friendship , Relationship , God's Presence Source: The Christian Century Reflecting on Jesus as the true vine (John 15:1-11), Kenneth Carter, Jr., observes that Christianity is rooted not in organization or rational problem solving or right behavior, but in staying connected to Jesus. Full Text Hymns on John 15:1 Like the Murmur of the Dove's Song (Cual murmullo de paloma)PD
Bread of Heaven, on Thee We FeedPD
O Blessed Spring©
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Human Asking and Divine Giving Sermon Starter/Outline by Susan Hedahl https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/fifth-sunday-of-easter-2/commentary-on-john-151-8-2 Sermon Starter/Outline by Susan Hedahl Topics: Relationship , Lectionary Source: Working Preacher This commentary on John 15:1-8 invites the preacher to consider how abiding in Christ establishes a communication element -- human asking and divine giving -- that does not exist outside of the divine-human relationship. Prayer of Confession: Vine and branches Element of Worship by Bruce Prewer https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2012/04/prayer-of-confession-john-15-1-8.html Element of Worship by Bruce Prewer Topics: Forgiveness , Confession , Jesus , Grace Source: Re-Worship A prayer of confession and words of assurance based on John 15:1-8. It confesses sins using the metaphors of vine, branches, fruit, sap, and disease. Gospel Reflection: Remain in me Element of Worship by Anne Osdieck https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2012/04/gospel-reflection-john-15-1-8.html Element of Worship by Anne Osdieck Topics: Gospel , God's Presence , Jesus , Father Source: Re-Worship A prayer reflection on John 15:1-8. "Please ask your Father to prune us (though gently). We want to bear more of your fruit." Become! Sermon (Complete) by George Cladis https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/sermon-notes/become-connect-to-the-workplace-by-seeding-faith-john-15-sermon-notes Sermon (Complete) by George Cladis Topics: Faith , Work Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling This sermon on John 15:1-17 focuses on connections in the workplace that sow seeds of faith, suggesting that we bear fruit when we engage, when we love and care, and when we share hospitality. Well-Connected Christians Sermon (Complete) by B Wiley Stephens http://day1.org/990-wellconnected_christians Sermon (Complete) by B Wiley Stephens Topics: Church , Community , Sermon , Fellowship Source: Day1 In this sermon on John 15:1-8, B. Wiley Stephens discusses the strength that comes from Christian community and fellowship. The Pain of Losing a Branch Sermon Starter/Outline by Scott E Hoezee http://cep.calvinseminary.edu/sermon-starters/easter-5b/?type=the_lectionary_gospel Sermon Starter/Outline by Scott E Hoezee Topics: Easter , Faith , Jesus Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching Jesus' metaphor of the vine and the branches in John 15:1-8 points to the deep loss felt when one who is connected to the vine is cut off, but we are to abide in Christ and... I AM the True Vine Commentary/Exegesis by Meg Jenista Kuykendall https://groundwork.reframemedia.com/episodes/i-am-the-true-vine Commentary/Exegesis by Meg Jenista Kuykendall Topics: Jesus Source: Groundwork This podcast on John 15:1-5 considers Jesus as the True Vine, suggesting that Jesus has a new invitation for us. He says it's time to grow roots. Abiding Presence Sermon Starter/Outline by James Boyce https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/fifth-sunday-of-easter-2/commentary-on-john-151-8 Sermon Starter/Outline by James Boyce Topics: Trinity , Easter , Lectionary Source: Working Preacher This commentary on John 15:1-8 sees the promise of an 'abiding' as an invitation to experience the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as a saving and liberating presence in the midst of our day-to-day world.