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    Seven Signs of Christ

    I'm writing a sermon on John 11. I ran across the seven sign of Christ in the book of John. Has anyone done any serious study on the seven sign of christ in the book of john. If so, when do you recommend I look to learn more on the subject?

    thanks
    Aaron Josh Wright
    Elder of Discipleship
    Grace Family Baptist, Spring TX
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    Sounds interesting. What are the 7 signs you're referring to?
    B.Howes
    Massachusetts

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    1. Turning the water into wine. 2:1-11

    2. The healing of the nobleman's son. 4:46-54

    3. The healing of the paralysed man. 5:1-15

    4. The feeding of the five thousand. 6:1-14

    5. The walking on the water 6:15-21

    6. The healing of the blind man 9:1-41

    7. The raising of Lazarus 11:1-57
    Aaron Josh Wright
    Elder of Discipleship
    Grace Family Baptist, Spring TX
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    I did a sermon series on the signs of John a couple of years ago. I preached on each of those passages. Not all of them are specifically called signs in the text (at least not explicitly), if memory serves.

    BTW, sometimes you will hear of the resurrection being the "8th sign" of John, which is really interesting since it occurred on the "8th day."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marrow Man View Post
    BTW, sometimes you will hear of the resurrection being the "8th sign" of John, which is really interesting since it occurred on the "8th day."
    John 2:18-22 might add credence to this.
    Lance G. Marshall
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    New Albany, Indiana

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