Why Did Jesus Say, I am the Bread of Life? (A Bible Study John 6:25-40) The day after Jesus fed 5,000 men with five loaves and two fish, he found himself surrounded by a large crowd of hungry people, demanding more food. Instead of giving them what they want, Jesus says, "do not work for the food that perishes but the food that endures to eternal life" (John 6:27). What is the food that Jesus is talking about? In short, himself. Jesus says, "I am the bread of life."
Today- in this second part of a Bible Study series on the I AM sayings of John's Gospel- we will take a closer look at what Jesus truly means when he says, "I am the bread of life."
What Jesus Taught about Marriage and Divorce It's common to see headlines in the tabloids about the divorce of celebrities and other, high profile public figures. If there were tabloids in Jesus' time, a headline might read like this: “Royal Marriage Scandal: King Herod to Wed Herodius, the Divorced Wife of His Brother. John the Baptist Outraged!" With this divorce scandal on everybody's minds , the Pharisees approach Jesus with a question: "Is it lawful for a man to divorce his wife?" (Mark 10:2). In response, Jesus offers a lengthy teaching- a teaching that focusses, not so much on divorce itself, but marriage. The unspoken question that Jesus poses is this: What is God's ultimate will for marriage? What do the scriptures say? The response to this question ultimately informs Jesus' teachings on divorce. Join us as we take a closer look at Mark 10:1-12 .