“Whence Shall We Buy Bread?”

This is my first sermon from John 6, and it covers the first 7 verses.  It lays some of the groundwork for the great events of the later chapter, which includes Jesus’ feeding of the 5,000, His walking on the water, and then His wonderful teaching concerning Himself as the bread of life.  Also, the weakness of Philip’s faith is pointed out, in that he had seen Jesus work many mighty miracles, but did not think Him able to handle the hunger of the multitude.  This weakness of that disciple is one we find too often reflected in ourselves.