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Table Of Contents

1 INTRODUCTION
2 HIS SUFFICIENCY AND OUR NEED
3 HIS POWER AND OUR LIMITATION
4 HIS MERCY AND OUR SINS
5 HIS PROVISION AND OUR HUNGER
6 HIS ABILITY AND OUR FEAR
7 HIS LIGHT AND OUR BLINDNESS
8 HIS GLORY AND OUR CONDITION
9 HIS RESURRECTION AND OUR MANDATE
10 CONCLUSION
THE CHRONOLOGY OF JOHN’S GOSPEL
THE GEOGRAPHY OF JOHN’S GOSPEL
THE GREAT GALILEAN MINISTRY
MY TESTIMONY
A PAGE OUT OF MY FAMILY-HISTORY ON BEING “CAST OUT”
12 DISCUSSION GUIDE
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God of the Signs

God of the Signs

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The author of the Gospel of John had chosen eight miracles (signs) from the three-year ministry of Jesus. This is in contrast to the synoptic authors Mark, Matthew and Luke, who have recorded many miracles. The specific purpose was to introduce his gentile readers to Jesus as the Messiah and the Savior of the world and by believing in Him to receive eternal life.

The miracles include the transformation of water into wine in a wedding feast and Jesus healing the son of a government official without going the distance and instantly. The other signs are the healing of the lame man in Bethesda, the feeding of five thousand men, walking on the water, giving sight to the man born blind, and raising of Lazarus from the dead after four days before resurrection, as well as miraculous catch of fish after resurrection

Each study is presented in three parts—background, description, and devotional application suited for individual or a small group or sermon preparation.

Also included are appendices and a discussion guide giving questions for individual and group study.
The author of the Gospel of John had chosen eight miracles (signs) from the three-year ministry of Jesus. This is in contrast to the synoptic authors Mark, Matthew and Luke, who have recorded many miracles. The specific purpose was to introduce his gentile readers to Jesus as the Messiah and the Savior of the world and by believing in Him to receive eternal life.

The miracles include the transformation of water into wine in a wedding feast and Jesus healing the son of a government official without going the distance and instantly. The other signs are the healing of the lame man in Bethesda, the feeding of five thousand men, walking on the water, giving sight to the man born blind, and raising of Lazarus from the dead after four days before resurrection, as well as miraculous catch of fish after resurrection

Each study is presented in three parts—background, description, and devotional application suited for individual or a small group or sermon preparation.

Also included are appendices and a discussion guide giving questions for individual and group study.

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