Who is the King? (John 6:1-15)

From Talbot Chapel: Spring 2012

Dr. Nystrom explains the importance of our accepting and following Jesus on His own terms, rather than trying to force him to operate according to our own desires. Discussing John 6:1-15 he challenges students to follow Jesus faithfully to Jesus' commandments and love God for God's sake.

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