He will glorify the Father

Joh 16:5-15, 3:16-21; 5:24; 14:12; 2Pe 1:20-21; Eph 4:11-12; 3:8-10; 2Co 5:18-21; Rom 3:21-26; Act 4:12.

JOHN-134-231210 - length: 65:14 - taught on Dec, 10 2023

Class Outline:

John Farley
Pastor Teacher
December 10, 2023


Funeral service for Lori’s dad: Friday December 22 at 3:00 PM at
The Gardens of Boca Raton Cemetery and Funeral Services

4103 N Military Trail,
Boca Raton, FL. Web site is www.thegardens.com

“He will glorify Me”

JOH 16:5-15

The facts about
and judgment.

Even here, the Spirit works to glorify Christ and empower the disciples.

JOH 16:14

Concerning righteousness:

JOH 16:10

Jesus does not say “they” as in,
“the world” will no longer see Him.

At the cross, Jesus vindicated the righteousness of God concerning sin.

After He rose from the dead, He only appeared to His disciples -believers.

The Holy Spirit. takes up this work of convicting unbelievers of sin, righteousness, & judgment.

But of course He doesn’t do it directly.

Jesus told the disciples that they would do the works that He did.

JOH 14:12

The Spirit directly inspired the Scriptures that they wrote.

2PE 1:20-21

And then He went about building the church, the body of Christ.

EPH 4:11-12

The Spirit preaches His message through the church.

EPH 3:8-10

JOH 16:11

If you don’t believe there is a judgment, you don’t understand God’s righteousness.

If you don’t believe in the judgment, why exactly did Jesus have to die on the cross?

But if there is no judgment, then what the heck do they need to saved FROM???

Jesus warned the unbeliever about judgment.

JOH 3:16-21
JOH 5:24