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John, the son of Zebedee, and one of the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ is thought to have been the author of this book. His gospel is different by nature from the other three.  It is an interpretation of the facts of Jesus' life rather than a presentation of its facts in historical sequence. His purpose in writing is unique, as is his interpretation of the life of Jesus. He emphasizes the deity of Jesus, as well as focuses on the words "signs" (miracles), "believe", and "life".  John's gospel is evangelistic and written so others might believe.  He also writes for the believers that they may be sanctified, as he speaks of the promise of the Holy Spirit, the truth that Jesus is the True Vine, and Simon Peter's denial and restoration. Most think this was the last gospel to be written, perhaps while the "beloved disciple" of Jesus Christ was at Ephesus about A.D. 85.



  • John 11:1-5 The Word
  • 1:6-18 The true light
  • 1:19-34 The testimony of John the Baptist
  • 1:35-51 The first disciples
  • John 22:1-12 The miracle at Cana
  • 2:13-25 Christ cleanses the temple
  • John 33:1-21 The new birth
  • 3:22-36 John the Baptist testifies of Christ
  • John 44:1-23 The Samaritan women at the well
  • 4:24-42 "God is a Spirit"
  • 4:43-54 Christ heals a nobleman's son
  • John 55:1-16 The pool of Bethesda
  • 5:17-38 The Son's relationship with the Father
  • 5:39-47 "Search the scriptures"
  • John 66:1-14 Jesus feeds five thousand
  • 6:15-21 Christ walks on the water
  • 6:22-30 Teaching in Capernaum
  • 6:31-65 "I am the bread of life"
  • 6:66-71 Peter's confession
  • John 77:1-53 Christ causes division
  • John 88:1-11 Jesus forgives an adulteress
  • 8:12-30 "I am the light of the world"
  • 8:31-47 Abraham's true descendants
  • 8:48-59 "Before Abraham was, I am"
  • John 99:1-41 Jesus heals one blind from birth
  • John 1010:1-21 "I am the good shepherd"
  • 10:22-42 "I and my Father are one"
  • John 1111:1-16 Jesus raises Lazarus
  • 11:17-46 "I am the resurrection, and the life"
  • 11:47-57 The Pharisees fear Christ
  • John 1212:1-11 Mary anoints Jesus
  • 12:12-19 Christ enters Jerusalem
  • 12:20-50 We would see Jesus
  • John 1313:1-20 Jesus washes his disciples' feet
  • 13:21-30 Christ foretells his betrayal
  • 13:31-35 The new commandment
  • 13:36-38 Peter's denial foretold
  • John 1414:1-14 Jesus the way to the Father
  • 14:15-31 The promise of the Holy Spirit
  • John 1515:1-17 The vine and the branches
  • 15:18-27 The hatred of the world
  • John 1616:1-3 Jesus warns of persecution
  • 16:4-15 Jesus speaks of leaving and coming Comforter
  • 16:16-24 Sorrow to turn into joy
  • 16:25-33 "I have overcome the world"
  • John 1717:1-26 Jesus prays for his own
  • John 1818:1-14 The betrayal and arrest of Jesus
  • 18:15-18 Peter denies Christ
  • 18:19-27 Christ before the high priest
  • 18:28-37 Christ before Pilate
  • 18:38-40 Christ sentenced to die
  • John 1919:1-15 Crucify him!
  • 19:16-30 The crucifixion
  • 19:31-37 Jesus' side pierced
  • 19:38-42 The burial of Jesus Christ
  • John 2020:1-10 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ
  • 20:11-18 Christ appears to Mary Magdalene
  • 20:19-23 Christ appears to his disciples
  • 20:24-31 The unbelief of Thomas
  • John 2121:1-14 Jesus appears to seven disciples
  • 21:15-19 "Feed my sheep"
  • 21:20-25 The beloved disciples

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