Father, the hour has come.

John 16:33-17:26; 15:18-21; Php 1:29; 4:6-7,19-20; Col 2:13-15; 1Jo 5:4-5; Rom 8:35-37.

JOHN-139-240128 - length: 64:05 - taught on Jan, 28 2024

Class Outline:

John Farley
Pastor Teacher
January 28, 2024

“Father, the hour has come.”

Lord’s Supper next Sunday, February 4th


JOH 16:33-17:26

JOH 16:33

The believer in Christ exists in two realms:
in Christ,
and in the world.




In Christ, he has love, joy, and peace.

PHI 4:6-7



~ we have every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places. (EPH 1:3-4)

~ we have our real life, which is eternal life. (COL 3:3; ROM 6:23)

~ there is no condemnation.
(ROM 8:1)

~ we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins. (EPH 1:7; COL 1:14)

~ we are a new creation. (2CO 5:17)

~we have become the righteousness of God. (2CO 5:21) Christ is our righteousness. (1CO 1:30)

~ nothing will separate us from the love of God. (ROM 8:39)

~ we have liberty.
(GAL 2:4)

~ we have an inheritance.
(EPH 1:10-12)

~ in the ages to come, God will show the surpassing riches of His grace in kindness toward us. (EPH 2:7)

PHI 4:19-20



In the world, he faces tribulation and hatred.

JOH 15:18-21

The world hated Christ first;
now we experience that same hatred.

PHI 1:29

Indeed, all who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will be persecuted. (2TI 3:12)

JOH 16:33b

Christ overcame the world at the cross. He was victorious over the ruler of this world.


COL 2:13-15

Just as we are sharers in His tribulation, so too are we sharers in His victory!

Now we, as believers in Christ, have overcome the world also!

1JO 5:4-5

We are dead to the world, and the world is dead to us.
(GAL 6:14)

ROM 8:35-37