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 John65 AD
4 books of the Gospels / focus:Matthew- Jesus as the Messiah of Israel / what Jesus saidMark- Jesus as the obedient servant / what Jesus didLuke- Jesus being the Son of Man / how Jesus feltJohn- Jesus deity as Christ as the son of God / who Jesus wasStylist:Matthew- GroupingsMark- SnapshotLuke- Narrative and is most complete of all of the gospels.John- SupernaturalThe gospel of John is far different than the other gospels. Johnmentions Christ 247 times, more than any other gospel writer.The first three (synoptic) gospels focus on the human facts,John on the divine. The synoptic gospels focus on the Galileanministry, and John focuses on the Judean ministries (nearJerusalem). John’s gospel was written last so he assumes thereaders are familiar with the other three gospels.OUTLINEJohn 1- IntroductionJohn 2-12- Ministry to the worldJohn 13-17- Upper Room discourseJohn 18-21- ClimaxJohn’s gospel covers 3 1/2 years of Christ’s ministries. Thelast 10 of the 21 chapters (1/2 of the book) focuses on Jesus’last week. 1/3 of the verses focus on one 24 hour period. Thereare all sorts of subtle ties in John’s gospel in the use ofwords and structure that this book could be a lifetime study.Arthur W. Pink believes the gospel of John is organized around 7miracles, 7 discourses and 7 I Am statements. The order of themiracles portrays the spiritual history of Israel.7 miracles in John1.Water into wine incident from Cana (John 2)2.Healing of the Official’s son (John 4)3.Restoring of the invalid man at the pool (John 5)4.Feeding of the 5,000 (John 6)5.Walking on the Sea of Galilee (John 6)6.Gave sight to the blind man (John 9)7.Raising of Lazarus (John 11)1
 JohnTable of Contents
John 1-
The Word becomes Flesh, John the Baptist Denies Being the Messiah, John Testifies About Jesus, John’s Disciples Follow Jesus, Jesus Calls Philip and Nathanael
4-6John 2-
Jesus Changes Water to Wine, Jesus Clears the Temple Courts
6-8John 3-
Jesus Teaches Nicodemus, John Testifies Again about Jesus
8-9John 4-
Jesus Talks With a Samarian Woman, The Disciples Rejoin Jesus, Jesus Heals anOfficial’s Son
10John 5-
The Healing at the Pool, The Authority of the Son, Testimonies about Jesus
10-12John 6-
Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand, Jesus Walks on Water, Jesus the Bread of Life, Many Disciples Desert Jesus
12-14John 7-
Jesus Goes to the Feast of Tabernacles, Jesus Teaches at the Feast, Division Over WhoJesus Is, Unbelief of Jewish Leaders
14-16John 8-
Dispute Over Jesus’ Testimony, Dispute Over Who Jesus Is, Dispute Over WhoseChildren Jesus’ Opponents Are, Jesus Claims About Himself 
16-17John 9-
Jesus Heals a Man Born Blind, The Pharisees Investigate the Healing, Spiritual Blindness
18-19John 10-
The Good Shepherd and His Sheep, Further Conflict Over Jesus’ Claims
19-21John 11-
The Death of Lazarus, Jesus Comforts the Sisters of Lazarus, Jesus Raises Lazarus fromthe Dead, The Plot to Kill Jesus
22-24John 12-
Jesus Anointed at Bethany, Jesus Comes to Jerusalem as a King, Jesus Predicts HisDeath, Belief and Unbelief Among the Jews
25-29John 13-
Jesus Washes His Disciples Feet, Jesus Predicts His Betrayal, Jesus Predicts Peter’sDenial
29-31John 14-
Jesus Comforts His Disciples, Jesus The Way to the Father, Jesus Promises the Holy Spirit
31-33John 15-
The Vine and The Branches, The World Hated Disciples, The Work of the Holy Spirit
33-35John 16-
Jesus Warning, The Holy Spirit Promised, Jesus’ Death and Resurrection Foretold,Prayer Promises
35-36John 17-
Jesus Prays to be Glorified, Jesus Prays for His Disciples, Jesus Prays for All Believers
John 18-
Jesus Arrested, Peter’s First Denial, The High Priest Questions Jesus, Peter’s Second andThird Denials, Jesus Before Pilate
38-41John 19-
Jesus Sentenced to Be Crucified, The Crucifixion of Jesus, The Death of Jesus, The Burialof Jesus
41-44John 20-
The Empty Tomb, Jesus Appears to Mary Magdalene, Jesus Appears to His Disciples,Jesus Appears to Thomas, The Purpose of John’s Gospel
44-46John 21-
Jesus and the Miraculous Catch of Fish, Jesus

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