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God's Perfect Gifts

Stuart Briscoe

You’ve heard it said that we are all God’s children. It sounds wonderful, but it’s not exactly true. We are God’s offspring by birth, but becoming a child of God requires us to make a choice—we must actively accept His gift of salvation.

Unlike other gifts you’ve received, God’s gift of forgiveness is perfect, never disappoints, never wears out, and is for anyone who chooses to accept it—no matter who you are or what you’ve done. Stuart explains this truth by teaching from the well-known passage of John 3:16. If you think you know everything you need to about this verse already, listen anyway! No matter where you are in your faith, you’ll learn something new about receiving eternal life through Jesus—God’s perfect gift!

Messages From This Series:

"Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father…" This being the case, we will spend a little time unwrapping them to see what He has given us. First, He has given us "the right to become the children of God."

Scripture: John 1:1-1:13

John 3:16 used to be regarded as the best known Bible verse. But since the advent of political correctness, "Judge not that ye be not judged" has become better known! That is sad because John 3:16 speaks of the greatest gift of all! Today we'll unwrap it.

Scripture: John 3:16-3:21

Jesus talked to Nicodemus, an orthodox Jewish teacher, and to a Samaritan woman, two people who would never tolerate each other. But He loved both of them. His concern for the eternal well-being of all people transcends all other considerations.

Scripture: John 4:1-4:26

John's gospel was written so that the readers "may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing (they) may have life through his name." What this believing entails and what this life involves are the subjects of our inquiry.

Scripture: John 6:25-6:59

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