John D. Barry
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Author, Chaplain, Nonprofit Founder, Bible Scholar. Editor, Faithlife Study Bible & Lexham Bible Dictionary.Follow
- To all who have engaged with my content over the years, thank you. Due to my full-time commitment to chaplaincy, I have stepped away from writing and social media. Thus, I will not be responding to comments, author questions, or messages here on Faithlife. As a parting gift, I have catalogued my content—much of which is available for free—at JohnDBarry.com.John D. Barry – John D. Barry — Author, Chaplain, Nonprofit Founder, Bible Scholarjohndbarry.com
- Hi, I am enjoying this reading very much but came acorss this question from March 10th. The question at the end of the reading makes a reference to Paul but the reading itself makes no mention of Paul. Can you clarify?
- Pete Burrill this could be a typo. Or an earlier draft of the devotional may have had an additional paragraph about Paul's view on teachers that later got cut (perhaps from the Pastoral Letters) but they overlooked the fact that the day's question hinged on that paragraph. Either way it's an editorial error. I'm not really familiar with this resource, but that's my guess of what might have happened here.
- “Jesus is with you always, to the end of the age.” Join Pastor Barry’s household and Faith Reformed Church, as we celebrate Ascension Day. This Memorial Day weekend, we also take a moment to honor and mourn the military personnel who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. https://youtu.be/0_mHG4eRl6USunday, May 24 AM Worship: Jesus is With You Always (Celebrating Ascension Day)This Sunday, we celebrate Ascension Day: Jesus' Ascension to Heaven. Message: Jesus is with You Always, to the End of the Age. Scripture: Matthew 28:16–20; L...youtu.be
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- The nonprofit Jesus’ Economy set out to create a new physical and spiritual economy for those who need it most. By God’s grace, we did that. #JesusEconomy https://www.jesuseconomy.org/blogs/news/jesus-economy-closing-report-2012-2020-a-celebration-of-what-god-has-doneJesus' Economy Closing Report: A Celebration of What God Has DoneThe nonprofit Jesus’ Economy set out to create a new physical and spiritual economy for those who need it most. By God’s grace, we did that. Jesus’ economy lives on in hundreds of jobs sustained, churches planted, and basic needs met. Read the story in the Jesus' Economy Closing Report: A Celebration of What God Has Done.www.jesuseconomy.org
- These are prophetic words in light of the COVID-19 crisis we now face. Our current state is made even worse as social distancing forces us into solitary worship. This is my second trip connecting the testaments, and I frequently wonder what you'd be writing today. God bless.Connect the Testaments: A 365-Day Devotional with Bible Reading Planth the state of the global economy, it often feels like the world needs a reset. It’s tempting to say something as radical as, “Let’s forgive all debts and start again.” Though this couldn’t happen—and it would be highly problematic since the statement depends on good will, free economy, and general care for one another—it doesn’t stop us from hoping. G
- Every one of our life stories has stepping off points. We turn from one page to the next. ... https://www.jesuseconomy.org/blogs/news/closing-letter-from-the-founders-on-behalf-of-the-board-of-directorsJesus’ Economy Closing Letter from the FoundersEvery one of our life stories has stepping off points. We turn from one page to the next. There are doors we walk through from which we cannot return. And there are ideas that change absolutely everything. In 2012, one idea changed everything for us. Jesus’ economy is based on self-sacrifice; and Jesus’ currency is ...www.jesuseconomy.org
- 1,000 Years Before Jesus, A Palm Sunday Prophecy (Audio)How often have we thought that we know exactly what God needs? That was the case for the crowds on Palm Sunday; and with King David, who thought God needed a temple. 1,000 years before Jesus, Nathan prophesied to David that God had different plans. In this sermon, John D. Barry explores the prophecy of an eternal king.www.jesuseconomy.org