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  • 1. The Gospel of John presents to us a story. It is the story ofGod. About the glory of His character, the nature of His life& His desire to share that life w/His creatures. It is abouthow He came amongst us & how He received a mixedresponse to both His coming & His offer of eternal life.
  • 2.  I am commanded by scripture to teach you the word of God (see 2nd Timothy 2:14-15; Titus 2:1).  2nd Timothy 2:14-15 ▪ 14 Remindthem of these things, and charge them before God not to quarrel about words, which does no good, but only ruins the hearers. 15 Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.  Titus 2:1 ▪ 1 But as for you, teach what accords with sound doctrine. There are 4 gospels  Mark - written w/a Roman audience in mind  Matthew - written w/a Jewish audience in mind  Luke - written w/a gentile audience in mind  John - written w/a Greek audience in mind John also writes to encourage new converts.
  • 3.  Online Audio Bibles  www.biblegateway.com/resources/audio/  www.youversion.com A commentary is a written exegesis of the bible. They are helpful in understanding the original intent of the scriptures so that you don’t misinterpret & consequently misapply them. A few that I will recommend are: Commentaries in book form  D.A. Carson – The Gospel According to John  Chuck Swindoll – Comentario Swindoll del Nuevo Testamento: Juan Online Commentaries  Google ▪ Click your mouse under the “MORE” tab then select “BOOKS” ▪ Type book name & then hit search  www.biblegateway.com/resources/commentaries/  www.biblestudytools.com/commentaries
  • 4.  John 4  The Authority of Jesus: Forgiving sins (4:1-45)  The authority of Jesus: Healing an officers son (4:46-54) John 5  The Authority of Jesus: The healing at the pool of Bethesda (5:1-17)  The Authority of Jesus: Jesus equates himself w/God (5:16-18)  The Authority of Jesus: Jesus revealed as the Son of God (5:19-30)  The Authority of Jesus: Greater than the Law & Prophets (5:31-47) John 6  The Authority of Jesus: Jesus feeds the 5,000 (6:1-15)  The Authority of Jesus: Jesus walks on water (6:16-21)  The Authority of Jesus: Jesus is the Bread of Life (6:22-59)  Jesus rejected by His disciples (6:60-71)
  • 5.  John 7  Jesus sneaks into the feast of booths (7:1-13)  The Authority of Jesus: Jesus, the Rabbi (7:14-24)  Can this be the Christ? (7:25-36)  The Authority of Jesus: The source of living water (7:37-39)  Reactions to Jesus: Division (7:40-52) John 8  The Authority of Jesus: Sin no more (7:53-8:11)  The Authority of Jesus: I Am the light of the world (8:12-30)  Abiding in the word (8:31-38)  Abraham, you are not the father; Satan, you are (8:39-47)  Jesus as God: Blasphemy or Truth (8:48-59) John 9  The Authority of Jesus: The healing of the blind man (9:1-41)
  • 6.  John 10  Jesus is the Good Shepherd (10:1-21)  Jesus as God 2: Blasphemy or Truth (10:22-42) John 11  The Authority of Jesus: Ressurecting Lazarus after 4 days (11:1-44)  Reactions to Jesus: Kill Him! (11:45-57) John 12  The Authority of Jesus: Jesus receives worship (12:1-8)  Reactions to Jesus: Kill Him & Lazarus too (12:9-11)  Reactions to Jesus: Receive Him as King (12:12-19)  Jesus Hour Arrives (12:20-26)  Jesus revealed as His Father speaks (12:27-36)  Reactions to Jesus: The Prophet Isaiah (12:37-43)  Jesus Gives a Final Summarizing Pronouncement 12:(44-50)
  • 7.  John 13  The Last supper: Jesus Washes His Disciples Feet (13:1-20)  The Last supper: Jesus Predicts His Betrayal (13:21-30)  The Last supper: Jesus Introduces Major Themes of His Farewell Discourse (13:31-35)  The Last supper: Jesus Predicts Peters Denial and Speaks of His Own Departure (13:36-38) John 14  The Last supper: The Way, the Truth & The Life (14:1-14)  The Last supper: A Counselor will be sent (14:15-31) John 15  The Last supper: Remain in Me (15:1-17)  The Last supper: Me against the world (15:18-27)
  • 8.  John 16  The Last supper: The reaction of the Pharisees predicted (16:1-6)  The Last supper: Guided by the Holy Spirit(16:7-15)  The Last supper: Death & Ressurection (16:16-24)  The Last supper: Suffering for Christ (16:25-33) John 17  The Last supper: Jesus concludes the last supper w/a prayer for His disciples (17:1-26) John 18  The Authority of Jesus: The Word (18:1-14)  A tale of 2 confrontations: Jesus & Peter (18:15-18)  A tale of 2 confrontations: Jesus & Peter 2 (18:19-27)  Jesus, Pilate & Barabbas (18:28-40) John 19  Reactions to Jesus: Flogging & Rejection (19:1-15)  Reactions to Jesus: Murder (19:16-42)
  • 9.  John 16  The Last supper: The reaction of the Pharisees predicted (16:1-6)  The Last supper: Guided by the Holy Spirit(16:7-15)  The Last supper: Death & Ressurection (16:16-24)  The Last supper: Suffering for Christ (16:25-33) John 17  The Last supper: Jesus concludes the last supper w/a prayer for His disciples (17:1-26) John 18  The Authority of Jesus: The Word (18:1-14)  A tale of 2 confrontations: Jesus & Peter (18:15-18)  A tale of 2 confrontations: Jesus & Peter 2 (18:19-27)  Jesus, Pilate & Barabbas (18:28-40) John 19  Reactions to Jesus: Flogging & Rejection (19:1-15)  Reactions to Jesus: Murder (19:16-42)
  • 10.  John 20  The return of the King (20:1-10)  The return of the King (20:11-18)  The glorified Christ (20:19-23)  Reactions to Jesus: Thomas (20:24-29)  Dear Mormon: An apologia on Jesus (20:30-31) John 21  Jesus cooks for His disciples (21:1-14)  The public restoration of Peter (21:15-19)  Reactions to Jesus: What about him? (21:20-24)  Dear World Religions: An apologia on Jesus (21:24-25)