In John 6:59-71, the false disciple's traitorous heart is revealed in his unwillingness to believe Jesus. His doubt turns to offense, his offense to grumbling, grumbling to apostasy, apostasy leads to betrayal, and betrayal to suicide.
From this, we must learn that a personal spiritual assessment is critical and that we must believe fervently in Jesus for eternal life, and help others do the same.
Listen to the story of a man, who for thirty-eight years, was disabled, not only by the bondage of physical paralysis, but also the imprisonment of legalism, responds to Jesus' gift of the ability to walk, by reporting Him to the Pharisees.
Did the Lord of the Sabbath work on the Sabbath and break it? This message explains the purpose of the Sabbath Day and how the Jews' misunderstanding of it led them to persecute and kill Jesus.