Outline of the Gospel of John

I. Prologue

The title

The Gospel according to John

The word

The Word was in the beginning (Jn 1:1-1:1)

The Word was with God (Jn 1:2-1:2)

All was made through the Word (Jn 1:3-1:3)

The Word was life (Jn 1:4-1:4)

The light shines in the darkness (Jn 1:5-1:5)


The man John (Jn 1:6-1:6)

John was a witness (Jn 1:7-1:7)

John came to testify (Jn 1:8-1:8)

They did not accept the Word

True light (Jn 1:9-1:9)

The Word was in the world (Jn 1:10-1:10)

His own people did not accept him (Jn 1:11-1:11)

Children of God (Jn 1:12-1:12)

Born of God (Jn 1:13-1:13)

The Word became flesh

The word became flesh (Jn 1:14-1:14)

We have seen the glory (Jn 1:14-1:14)

The cry of John the Baptist (Jn 1:15-1:15)

The witness of John the Baptist (Jn 1:15-1:15)

Grace upon grace (Jn 1:16-1:16)

The Law and Moses (Jn 1:17-1:17)

No one has seen God (Jn 1:18-1:18)

II. The Book of Signs

John the Baptist

The testimony of John the Baptist (Jn 1:19-1:19)

John the Baptist is not the Christ Messiah (Jn 1:20-1:20)

John the Baptist is not Elijah (Jn 1:21-1:21)

Who are you? (Jn 1:22-1:22)

The voice in the wilderness (Jn 1:23-1:23)

The Pharisees (Jn 1:24-1:24)

Why was he baptizing people? (Jn 1:25-1:25)

I baptize with water (Jn 1:26-1:26)

John the Baptist is unworthy (Jn 1:27-1:27)

This was in Bethany (Jn 1:28-1:28)

John the Baptist and Jesus

The meeting of Jesus and John the Baptist (Jn 1:29-1:29)

Jesus ranks ahead of John the Baptist (Jn 1:30-1:30)

Jesus will be revealed to Israel (Jn 1:31-1:31)

John the Baptist saw the dove Holy Spirit (Jn 1:32-1:32)

The witness of John the Baptist (Jn 1:33-1:33)

John the Baptist saw this (Jn 1:34-1:34)

The first disciples of Jesus

John and his two disciples (Jn 1:35-1:35)

The Lamb of God (Jn 1:36-1:36)

Two disciples leave John the Baptist (Jn 1:37-1:37)

The two disciples speak with Jesus (Jn 1:38-1:38)

The two disciples stay with Jesus (Jn 1:39-1:39)

Andrew was one of John the Baptist’s disciples? (Jn 1:40-1:40)

Andrew told Simon (Jn 1:41-1:41)

Simon will be called Peter (Jn 1:42-1:42)

Philip and Nathanael

Jesus wanted to go to Galilee (Jn 1:43-1:43)

Jesus found Philip (Jn 1:43-1:43)

Philip was from Bethsaida (Jn 1:44-1:44)

Philip finds Nathanael (Jn 1:45-1:45)

Can anything good come out of Nazareth? (Jn 1:46-1:46)

Nathanael was not deceitful (Jn 1:47-1:47)

Nathanael under the fig tree (Jn 1:48-1:48)

Nathanael proclaims that Jesus is the Son of God (Jn 1:49-1:49)

Why did he believe Jesus? (Jn 1:50-1:50)

Nathanael will see the Son of Man (Jn 1:51-1:51)

The miracle at the wedding in Cana

The wedding at Cana (Jn 2:1-2:1)

Jesus goes to this wedding (Jn 2:2-2:2)

They have no more wine (Jn 2:3-2:3)

My hour has not yet come (Jn 2:4-2:4)

Do what he tells you! (Jn 2:5-2:5)

The six stone jars (Jn 2:6-2:6)

Fill the jars with water! (Jn 2:7-2:7)

Jesus told them to draw water (Jn 2:8-2:8)

The chief steward tasted the water (Jn 2:9-2:9)

The good wine (Jn 2:10-2:10)

The first sign (Jn 2:11-2:11)

The stay at Capernaum (Jn 2:12-2:12)

The cleansing of the Temple

Jesus went to Jerusalem for the Passover (Jn 2:13-2:13)

The animals in the Temple (Jn 2:14-2:14)

Jesus overturned their tables (Jn 2:15-2:15)

The Temple is not a marketplace (Jn 2:16-2:16)

Zeal for the house of the Lord (Jn 2:17-2:17)

Looking for signs

Looking for a sign (Jn 2:18-2:18)

In three days, he would raise it up (Jn 2:19-2:19)

A long time for construction (Jn 2:20-2:20)

Jesus was speaking about his body (Jn 2:21-2:21)

Remembering these words (Jn 2:22-2:22)

The first Passover in Jerusalem

Passover in Jerusalem (Jn 2:23-2:23)

Jesus was not trusting (Jn 2:24-2:24)

Jesus knew everyone (Jn 2:25-2:25)

The discourse with Nicodemus

Nicodemus comes to Jesus (Jn 3:1-3:1)

Nicodemus comes to Jesus (Jn 3:2-3:2)

Jesus responded to Nicodemus (Jn 3:3-3:3)

Nicodemus asked a question (Jn 3:4-3:4)

Water and the Spirit (Jn 3:5-3:5)

Jesus explains the difference between flesh and Spirit (Jn 3:6-3:6)

You should not be astonished (Jn 3:7-3:7)

Jesus explains the Spirit (Jn 3:8-3:8)

Nicodemus is still skeptical (Jn 3:9-3:9)

Jesus rebukes Nicodemus (Jn 3:10-3:10)

The teaching testimony (Jn 3:11-3:11)

The heavenly things (Jn 3:12-3:12)

The role of the Son of Man (Jn 3:13-3:13)

The role of Moses (Jn 3:14-3:14)

Believe and have eternal life (Jn 3:15-3:15)

The explanation of the prologue

God loved the world (Jn 3:16-3:16)

God did not condemn the world (Jn 3:17-3:17)

Believing and not believing (Jn 3:18-3:18)

Light and darkness (Jn 3:19-3:19)

The evil doers hate the light (Jn 3:20-3:20)

Do what is true in the light (Jn 3:21-3:21)

The trip to Judea

The disciples of Jesus were baptizing (Jn 3:22-3:22)

John the Baptist was baptizing at Aenon (Jn 3:23-3:23)

John was not in prison (Jn 3:24-3:24)

The disciples of John the Baptist have a discussion (Jn 3:25-3:25)

The disciples of John were worried about Jesus (Jn 3:26-3:26)

The great discourse of John the Baptist

John the Baptist said that all things come from heaven (Jn 3:27-3:27)

John the Baptist was not the Christ Messiah (Jn 3:28-3:28)

The bride and the bridegroom (Jn 3:29-3:29)

Increase and decrease (Jn 3:30-3:30)

The one from above (Jn 3:31-3:31)

The rejection of the one from above (Jn 3:32-3:32)

God is true (Jn 3:33-3:33)

Speak the words of God (Jn 3:34-3:34)

The Father loves the Son (Jn 3:35-3:35)

Eternal life (Jn 3:36-3:36)

Jesus leaves Judea

Jesus was making more disciples than John (Jn 4:1-4:1)

The disciples of Jesus were baptizing people (Jn 4:2-4:2)

Jesus left Judea (Jn 4:3-4:3)

Jesus went through Samaria (Jn 4:4-4:4)

Jesus and the Samaritan woman

Jesus stops in Sychar in Samaria (Jn 4:5-4:5)

Jesus sat at Jacob’s well (Jn 4:6-4:6)

Jesus meets an unnamed Samaritan woman (Jn 4:7-4:7)

Jesus’ disciples went to buy food (Jn 4:8-4:8)

Jews do not share with Samaritans (Jn 4:9-4:9)

 Living waters

Jesus speaks about living water (Jn 4:10-4:10)

You have no bucket! (Jn 4:11-4:11)

Jacob’s well (Jn 4:12-4:12)

Still thirsty (Jn 4:13-4:13)

Jesus speaks about the waters of eternal life (Jn 4:14-4:14)

The Samaritan woman wants this eternal water (Jn 4:15-4:15)

Call your husband! (Jn 4:16-4:16)

I have no husband (Jn 4:17-4:17)

You had five husbands (Jn 4:18-4:18)

Jesus is a prophet (Jn 4:19-4:19)

The correct place of worship (Jn 4:20-4:20)

There will be no more worship on a specific mountain (Jn 4:21-4:21)

Salvation is from the Jews (Jn 4:22-4:22)

Worship in Spirit and truth (Jn 4:23-4:23)

God is Spirit (Jn 4:24-4:24)

The Messiah Christ is coming (Jn 4:25-4:25)

Jesus reveals that he is the Messiah (Jn 4:26-4:26)

The disciples returned (Jn 4:27-4:27)

This woman left her water jar (Jn 4:28-4:28)

Come and see this man! (Jn 4:28-4:29)

The Samaritans came to see Jesus (Jn 4:30-4:30)

 Heavenly food

The disciples urged Jesus to eat (Jn 4:31-4:31)

Jesus had food (Jn 4:32-4:32)

No one brought Jesus food (Jn 4:33-4:33)

The spiritual food of Jesus (Jn 4:34-4:34)

The fields are ready for harvesting (Jn 4:35-4:35)

The sower and reaper will rejoice together (Jn 4:36-4:36)

One sows and another reaps (Jn 4:37-4:37)

The laborers in the field (Jn 4:38-4:38)

 The conversion of the Samaritans

The Samaritans believe in Jesus (Jn 4:39-4:39)

The Samaritans want Jesus to stay with them (Jn 4:40-4:40)

More Samaritans believed in Jesus (Jn 4:41-4:41)

The Samaritans had heard for themselves (Jn 4:42-4:42)

 Jesus goes to Galilee

Jesus departs for Galilee (Jn 4:43-4:43)

Jesus had no honor in his own country (Jn 4:44-4:44)

e Galileans welcome Jesus (Jn 4:45-4:45)

 Jesus cures the Roman official’s son

Jesus was in Cana again (Jn 4:46-4:46)

The royal official went to Jesus (Jn 4:47-4:47)

The need for signs (Jn 4:48-4:48)

Come before my boy dies! (Jn 4:49-4:49)

The healing of the son of the royal official (Jn 4:50-4:50)

The child was healed (Jn 4:51-4:51)

When did he recover? (Jn 4:52-4:52)

The royal official believed in Jesus (Jn 4:53-4:53)

The second sign (Jn 4:54-4:54)

 The healing of the sick person at the pool

Jesus goes to Jerusalem again (Jn 5:1-5:1)

Bethzatha pool in Jerusalem (Jn 5:2-5:2)

The people around the pool (Jn 5:3-5:3)

The angel stirred the waters (Jn 5:4-5:4)

The man ill for thirty-eight years (Jn 5:5-5:5)

Jesus saw the sick man (Jn 5:6-5:6)

Others get ahead of him (Jn 5:7-5:7)

Jesus tells the man to stand up (Jn 5:8-5:8)

The man is cured (Jn 5:9-5:9)

 The problem of curing on the Sabbath

The Sabbath (Jn 5:9-5:9)

It is not lawful to carry a mat on the Sabbath (Jn 5:10-5:10)

The cured man responded (Jn 5:11-5:11)

Who is this person? (Jn 5:12-5:12)

The cured man did not know who healed him (Jn 5:13-5:13)

Sin no more! (Jn 5:14-5:14)

Jesus healed him (Jn 5:15-5:15)

Curing on the Sabbath as a reason for persecution (Jn 5:16-5:16)

The Father works on the Sabbath (Jn 5:17-5:17)

He called God his Father (Jn 5:18-5:18)

 Theological discourse about the work of the Son

The Son and the Father (Jn 5:19-5:19)

The Father loves the son (Jn 5:20-5:20)

The Father raises the dead (Jn 5:21-5:21)

The Son will judge (Jn 5:22-5:22)

Honor the Father and the Son (Jn 5:23-5:23)

Eternal life (Jn 5:24-5:24)

The hour is coming (Jn 5:25-5:25)

The Father and Son in life (Jn 5:26-5:26)

The authority of the Son of Man (Jn 5:27-5:27)

The people in their graves will hear the Son (Jn 5:28-5:28)

The resurrection of life and condemnation (Jn 5:29-5:29)

The judgment of Jesus (Jn 5:30-5:30)

The testimony of Jesus (Jn 5:31-5:31)

The true witness (Jn 5:32-5:32)

The witness of John (Jn 5:33-5:33)

Salvation (Jn 5:34-5:34)

The light of John (Jn 5:35-5:35)

The Father has sent me (Jn 5:36-5:36)

The Father bears witness (Jn 5:37-5:37)

You do not believe (Jn 5:38-5:38)

The testimony of Scriptures (Jn 5:39-5:39)

They refuse to have life (Jn 5:40-5:40)

Glory does not come from men (Jn 5:41-5:41)

You do not have the love of God (Jn 5:42-5:42)

They did not receive the Son (Jn 5:43-5:43)

The wrong kind of human glory (Jn 5:44-5:44)

Moses will accuse them (Jn 5:45-5:45)

Moses wrote about the Son (Jn 5:46-5:46)

You will not believe my word (Jn 5:47-5:47)

The multiplication of the bread

Jesus goes to the other side of the Sea of Galilee (Jn 6:1-6:1)

Large crowd (Jn 6:2-6:2)

Jesus went up a mountain (Jn 6:3-6:3)

Another Passover was coming (Jn 6:4 -6:4)

The large hungry crowd (Jn 6:5-6:5)

The test (Jn 6:6-6:6)

Not enough money (Jn 6:7-6:7)

Andrew speaks out (Jn 6:8-6:8)

The little boy had five loaves of bread and two little fish (Jn 6:9-6:9)

Jesus tells the five thousand people to sit down (Jn 6:10-6:10)

The thanksgiving over the bread (Jn 6:11-6:11)

Gather up the fragments! (Jn 6:12-6:12)

They gathered up twelve baskets of fragments (Jn 6:13-6:13)

The prophet in the world (Jn 6:14-6:14)

They wanted to make Jesus king (Jn 6:15-6:15)

Walking on water

The disciples went to the sea (Jn 6:16-6:16)

The disciples leave in a boat (Jn 6:17-6:17)

A strong wind on the sea (Jn 6:18-6:18)

Jesus walks on water (Jn 6:19-6:19)

Do not be afraid! (Jn 6:20-6:20)

They landed on the shore (Jn 6:21-6:21)

Only one boat left without Jesus (Jn 6:22-6:22)

Boats from Tiberias (Jn 6:23-6:23)

The people get into the boats (Jn 6:24-6:24)

When did you get here? (Jn 6:25-6:25)

The bread of life

They wanted more food (Jn 6:26-6:26)

The enduring eternal food (Jn 6:27-6:27)

The works of God (Jn 6:28-6:28)

Believe in Jesus (Jn 6:29-6:29)

What is the sign? (Jn 6:30-6:30)

The manna in the wilderness (Jn 6:31-6:31)

The bread from heaven (Jn 6:32-6:32)

The bread of God (Jn 6:33-6:33)

Bread all the time (Jn 6:34-6:34)

I am the bread of life (Jn 6:35-6:35)

You do not believe (Jn 6:36-6:36)

Come to me! (Jn 6:37-6:37)

The will of the Father (Jn 6:38-6:38)

Lose nothing (Jn 6:39-6:39)

Believe in the Son! (Jn 6:40-6:40)

The Jews complained (Jn 6:41-6:41)

We know his parents (Jn 6:42-6:42)

Do not complain! (Jn 6:43-6:43)

The Father is the gatekeeper (Jn 6:44-6:44)

The prophets have spoken (Jn 6:45-6:45)

See the Father! (Jn 6:46-6:46)

Believe and have eternal life (Jn 6:47-6:47)

The bread of life (Jn 6:48-6:48)

Their ancestors died after eating the manna (Jn 6:49-6:49)

The bread from heaven (Jn 6:50-6:50)

The living bread from heaven (Jn 6:51-6:51)

How can we eat flesh? (Jn 6:52-6:52)

Eat and drink the Son of Man! (Jn 6:53-6:53)

I will raise them up (Jn 6:54-6:54)

My flesh and blood are truly food and drink (Jn 6:55-6:55)

The abiding presence of Jesus (Jn 6:56-6:56)

Eating Jesus (Jn 6:57-6:57)

The bread that gives life forever (Jn 6:58-6:58)

Teaching at Capernaum (Jn 6:59-6:59)

Who can listen to this difficult saying? (Jn 6:60-6:60)

Are you offended? (Jn 6:61-6:61)

Would they see the Son of Man ascend? (Jn 6:62-6:62)

The Spirit and life (Jn 6:63-6:63)

The non-believers among Jesus’ disciples (Jn 6:64-6:64)

The Father allows people to come to Jesus (Jn 6:65-6:65)

Jesus loses many disciples (Jn 6:66-6:66)

Do the apostles want to leave? (Jn 6:67-6:67)

Peter accepts the words of eternal life (Jn 6:68-6:68)

The Holy One of God (Jn 6:69-6:69)

One of them is a devil (Jn 6:70-6:70)

Judas would be a betrayer (Jn 6:71-6:71)

Jesus stays in Galilee

Jesus in Galilee (Jn 7:1-7:1)

The Festival of Tabernacles (Jn 7:2-7:2)

The brothers of Jesus tell him to go to Judea (Jn 7:3-7:3)

Do not work in secret! (Jn 7:4-7:4)

His brothers did not believe in Jesus (Jn 7:5-7:5)

Jesus tells them that his time has not yet come (Jn 7:6-7:6)

The works of the world are evil (Jn 7:7-7:7)

Jesus does not go to the Festival of Tabernacles (Jn 7:8-7:8)

Jesus remained in Galilee (Jn 7:9-7:9)

The Festival of Tabernacles

Jesus secretly went to Jerusalem for the festival (Jn 7:10-7:10)

The Jews were looking for Jesus at the festival (Jn 7:11-7:11)

The two opinions about Jesus (Jn 7:12-7:12)

No one spoke openly about Jesus (Jn 7:13-7:13)

Jesus teaches in the Temple (Jn 7:14-7:14)

Jesus had never studied (Jn 7:15-7:15)

Not my teaching (Jn 7:16-7:16)

Teaching from God (Jn 7:17-7:17)

No falsehood (Jn 7:18-7:18)

You do not keep the law of Moses? (Jn 7:19-7:19)

You have a demon (Jn 7:20-7:20)

They marveled at his one deed (Jn 7:21-7:21)

Circumcision (Jn 7:22-7:22)

Curing on the Sabbath (Jn 7:23-7:23)

Judge with right judgment (Jn 7:24-7:24)

The opinions about Jesus

They seek to kill him (Jn 7:25-7:25)

This is the Christ (Jn 7:26-7:26)

We know where he comes from (Jn 7:27-7:27)

Jesus explained himself (Jn 7:28-7:28)

He sent me (Jn 7:29-7:29)

His hour had not yet come (Jn 7:30-7:30)

Many believed in Jesus (Jn 7:31-7:31)

The Pharisees try to arrest Jesus (Jn 7:32-7:32)

Jesus will only be with them a little longer (Jn 7:33-7:33)

You cannot come (Jn 7:34-7:34)

Is he going to the Greeks? (Jn 7:35-7:35)

What does Jesus mean? (Jn 7:36-7:36)

The last day of the festival (Jn 7:37-7:37)

Living water (Jn 7:38-7:38)

The Holy Spirit (Jn 7:39-7:39)

The prophet (Jn 7:40-7:40)

The Christ (Jn 7:41-7:41)

The Christ Messiah should come from Bethlehem (Jn 7:42-7:42)

Division about Jesus (Jn 7:43-7:43)

To arrest or not? (Jn 7:44-7:44)

The officers did not arrest Jesus (Jn 7:45-7:45)

No other person like him (Jn 7:46-7:46)

The Pharisees were upset (Jn 7:47-7:47)

Did any Pharisees believe in Jesus? (Jn 7:48-7:48)

The crowd should be cursed (Jn 7:49-7:49)

Nicodemus speaks (Jn 7:50-7:50)

Do not judge too quickly (Jn 7:51-7:51)

No prophet from Galilee (Jn 7:52-7:52)

They went home (Jn 7:53-7:53)

The adulterous woman

Jesus goes to the Mount of Olives (Jn 8:1-8:1)

Jesus went to the Temple (Jn 8:2-8:2)

The adulterous woman (Jn 8:3-8:3)

They present this adulterous woman to Jesus (Jn 8:4-8:4)

What does Jesus say about the adulterous woman? (Jn 8:5-8:5)

The test (Jn 8:6-8:6)

Those without sin (Jn 8:7-8:7)

Jesus wrote on the ground again (Jn 8:8-8:8)

They all left (Jn 8:9-8:9)

No one to condemn her (Jn 8:10-8:10)

Jesus forgives the adulterous woman (Jn 8:11-8:11)

Light of the World

Jesus is the light of the world (Jn 8:12-8:12)

The untrue testimony (Jn 8:13-8:13)

Jesus coming and going (Jn 8:14-8:14)

The judgment (Jn 8:15-8:15)

My judgment is true (Jn 8:16-8:16)

The testimony of two men (Jn 8:17-8:17)

The Father also bears witness (Jn 8:18-8:18)

Where is your Father? (Jn 8:19-8:19)

His hour had not yet come (Jn 8:20-8:20)

You cannot come where I am going (Jn 8:21-8:21)

Will Jesus kill himself? (Jn 8:22-8:22)

I am from above (Jn 8:23-8:23)

I am who am (Jn 8:24-8:24)

Who are you? (Jn 8:25-8:25)

I have much to say (Jn 8:26-8:26)

They did not understand (Jn 8:27-8:27)

The Son of Man (Jn 8:28-8:28)

Jesus is never alone (Jn 8:29-8:29)

Many believed in Jesus (Jn 8:30-8:30)

Jesus and Abraham

You are my disciples (Jn 8:31-8:31)

The freedom of truth (Jn 8:32-8:32)

How will we be set free? (Jn 8:33-8:33)

A slave to sin (Jn 8:34-8:34)

The slave does not have a permanent place (Jn 8:35-8:35)

The Son will make you free (Jn 8:36-8:36)

You are trying to kill me (Jn 8:37-8:37)

The words of your Father (Jn 8:38-8:38)

Abraham’s children (Jn 8:39-8:39)

You are not like Abraham! (Jn 8:40-8:40)

We are not illegitimate children! (Jn 8:41-8:41)

I come from God (Jn 8:42-8:42)

You do not understand! (Jn 8:43-8:43)

Your father is a liar (Jn 8:44-8:44)

You do not believe me (Jn 8:45-8:45)

Can you convict Jesus of sin? (Jn 8:46-8:46)

You do not hear the words of God (Jn 8:47-8:47)

You are a demonic Samaritan (Jn 8:48-8:48)

You dishonor me! (Jn 8:49-8:49)

I do not seek my own glory (Jn 8:50-8:50)

They will never see death (Jn 8:51-8:51)

We know you have a demon (Jn 8:52-8:52)

Who do you claim to be? (Jn 8:53-8:53)

The Father glorifies me (Jn 8:54-8:54)

I know the Father (Jn 8:55-8:55)

Your ancestor Abraham rejoiced (Jn 8:56-8:56)

Have you seen Abraham? (Jn 8:57-8:57)

Before Abraham (Jn 8:58-8:58)

Jesus hid himself (Jn 8:59-8:59)

The healing of the person born blind

The man born blind (Jn 9:1-9:1)

Who sinned? (Jn 9:2-9:2)

The work of God in him (Jn 9:3-9:3)

No one works at night (Jn 9:4-9:4)

The light of the world (Jn 9:5-9:5)

Jesus put clay on his eyes (Jn 9:6-9:6)

He washed his eyes to see (Jn 9:7-9:7)

The healing of the beggar (Jn 9:8-9:8)

I am the man (Jn 9:9-9:9)

How did you get to see? (Jn 9:10-9:10)

Jesus had healed him (Jn 9:11-9:11)

Where is Jesus? (Jn 9:12-9:12)

They bring him to the Pharisees (Jn 9:13-9:13)

Jesus healed on the Sabbath (Jn 9:14-9:14)

The man born blind described how he was healed (Jn 9:15-9:15)

The division among the Pharisees (Jn 9:16-9:16)

Jesus is a prophet (Jn 9:17-9:17)

They doubted that he was blind (Jn 9:18-9:18)

Is this your son? (Jn 9:19-9:19)

He was born blind (Jn 9:20-9:20)

Let him speak for himself! (Jn 9:21-9:21)

They were afraid (Jn 9:22-9:22)

Ask him! (Jn 9:23-9:23)

This man is a sinner (Jn 9:24-9:24)

Now I see! (Jn 9:25-9:25)

How did he heal you? (Jn 9:26-9:26)

Why repeat this story? (Jn 9:27-9:27)

Disciples of Moses (Jn 9:28-9:28)

Where does he come from? (Jn 9:29-9:29)

He opened my eyes (Jn 9:30-9:30)

God listens to the pious ones (Jn 9:31-9:31)

Opening the eyes of a man born blind (Jn 9:32-9:32)

Is he a man of God? (Jn 9:33-9:33)

They threw him out (Jn 9:34-9:34)

Do you believe in the Son of Man? (Jn 9:35-9:35)

Who is he? (Jn 9:36-9:36)

He speaks to you (Jn 9:37-9:37)

The person born blind worshipped Jesus (Jn 9:38-9:38)

Reversal of blindness (Jn 9:39-9:39)

The blind Pharisees (Jn 9:40-9:40)

You are guilty! (Jn 9:41-9:41)

The good shepherd

Enter by the door (Jn 10:1-10:1)

The good shepherd enters by the main gate (Jn 10:2-10:2)

The sheep hear the good shepherd (Jn 10:3-10:3)

The sheep follow (Jn 10:4-10:4)

They will not follow a stranger (Jn 10:5-10:5)

They did not understand (Jn 10:6-10:6)

I am the gate (Jn 10:7-10:7)

The thieves and the robbers (Jn 10:8-10:8)

I am the gate (Jn 10:9-10:9)

I come to give life (Jn 10:10-10:10)

The good shepherd (Jn 10:11-10:11)

The hired shepherd (Jn 10:12-10:12)

The hired servant does not care about the sheep (Jn 10:13-10:13)

The good shepherd knows his flock (Jn 10:14-10:14)

The Father knows me (Jn 10:15-10:15)

One flock, one shepherd (Jn 10:16-10:16)

Jesus will lay down his life (Jn 10:17-10:17)

Jesus has a command from his Father (Jn 10:18-10:18)

The Jews were divided (Jn 10:19-10:19)

Why listen to Jesus? (Jn 10:20-10:20)

Does a demon give sight? (Jn 10:21-10:21)

The festival of the Dedication

The Dedication festival (Jn 10:22-10:22)

Jesus was walking in the Temple portico (Jn 10:23-10:23)

Tell us if you are the Christ! (Jn 10:24-10:24)

Jesus said that he had told them already (Jn 10:25-10:25)

You are not part of the flock (Jn 10:26-10:26)

My sheep follow me (Jn 10:27-10:27)

They will have eternal life (Jn 10:28-10:28)

My Father will not let them go (Jn 10:29-10:29)

Jesus and the Father are one (Jn 10:30-10:30)

They wanted to stone Jesus (Jn 10:31-10:31)

Why do you want to stone me? (Jn 10:32-10:32)

You make yourself God (Jn 10:33-10:33)

You are gods! (Jn 10:34-10:34)

Scripture cannot be broken! (Jn 10:35-10:35)

I am the Son of God! (Jn 10:36-10:36)

I am doing the works of my Father! (Jn 10:37-10:37)

Jesus is in the Father (Jn 10:38-10:38)

They try to arrest Jesus (Jn 10:39-10:39)

Jesus returned to the Jordan River area (Jn 10:40-10:40)

John the Baptist spoke the truth about Jesus (Jn 10:41-10:41)

Many people believed in Jesus (Jn 10:42-10:42)

The resurrection of Lazarus

Lazarus of Bethany (Jn 11:1-11:1)

Mary was the brother of Lazarus (Jn 11:2-11:2)

The sisters said that Lazarus was ill (Jn 11:3-11:3)

Not a deadly illness (Jn 11:4-11:4)

Jesus loved them (Jn 11:5-11:5)

Jesus stayed longer (Jn 11:6-11:6)

They go into Judea again (Jn 11:7-11:7)

They would stone Jesus (Jn 11:8-11:8)

Twelve hours a day of light (Jn 11:9-11:9)

You stumble at night (Jn 11:10-11:10)

Lazarus was asleep (Jn 11:11-11:11)

Lazarus will recover (Jn 11:12-11:12)

Death or sleep (Jn 11:13-11:13)

Lazarus is dead (Jn 11:14-11:14)

Let us go to Lazarus (Jn 11:15-11:15)

Thomas speaks out (Jn 11:16-11:16)

Lazarus was in the tomb four days (Jn 11:17-11:17)

Bethany (Jn 11:18-11:18)

They were consoling Martha and Mary (Jn 11:19-11:19)

Martha went to meet Jesus (Jn 11:20-11:20)

Lazarus would not have died (Jn 11:21-11:21)

God will give whatever you ask (Jn 11:22-11:22)

Lazarus will rise again (Jn 11:23-11:23)

Lazarus will rise up on the last day (Jn 11:24-11:24)

I am the resurrection! (Jn 11:25-11:25)

Believe in Jesus and never die (Jn 11:26-11:26)

I believe that you are the Christ! (Jn 11:27-11:27)

Martha went to get her sister Mary (Jn 11:28-11:28)

Mary goes to see Jesus (Jn 11:29-11:29)

Jesus was not in the village (Jn 11:30-11:30)

Is Mary going to the tomb of Lazarus? (Jn 11:31-11:31)

My brother would not have died! (Jn 11:32-12:32)

Jesus was moved (Jn 11:33-11:33)

Come and see! (Jn 11:34-11:34)

Jesus wept (Jn 11:35-11:35)

Jesus loved Lazarus (Jn 11:36-11:36)

Jesus could have saved Lazarus (Jn 11:37-11:37)

The tomb of Lazarus (Jn 11:38-11:38)

Lazarus was already dead four days (Jn 11:39-11:39)

The glory of God (Jn 11:40-1:40)

The prayer of Jesus (Jn 11:41-11:41)

They might believe (Jn 11:42-11:42)

Lazarus come out! (Jn 11:43-11:43)

Lazarus walks (Jn 11:44-11:44)

The plot to kill Jesus

Many Jews believe in Jesus (Jn 11:45-11:45)

Some report this to the Pharisees (Jn 11:46-11:46)

The Jewish council or Sanhedrin (Jn 11:47-11:47)

The Romans may come (Jn 11:48-11:48)

Caiaphas (Jn 11:49-11:49)

One man should die to save others (Jn 11:50-11:50)

Jesus should die for this country (Jn 11:51-11:51)

This is also for the diaspora (Jn 11:52-11:52)

They plan to kill Jesus! (Jn 11:53-11:53)

Jesus did not walk around openly (Jn 11:54-11:54)

III. The Book of Glory

The Last Passover

The approach of Passover (Jn 11:55-11:55)

Would Jesus come to the Passover festival? (Jn 11:56-11:56)

They wanted to arrest Jesus (Jn 11:57-11:57)

The anointing at Bethany

Jesus went to Bethany (Jn 12:1-12:1)

Martha served supper (Jn 12:2-12:2)

Mary anoints Jesus’ feet (Jn 12:3-12:3)

Judas Iscariot complained (Jn 12:4-12:4)

Help the poor (Jn 12:5-12:5)

Judas was a thief (Jn 12:6-12:6)

Leave her alone! (Jn 12:7-12:7)

You will always have poor people! (Jn 12:8-12:8)

Let’s go see Lazarus! (Jn 12:9-12:9)

Put Lazarus to death! (Jn 12:10-12:10)

They were believing in Jesus (Jn 12:11-12:11)

The Messianic entrance into Jerusalem

The great crowd at the festival (Jn 12:12-12:12)

The palm branches (Jn 12:13-12:13)

Hosanna! (Jn 12:13-12:13)

The young donkey (Jn 12:14-12:14)

The king is coming! (Jn 12:15-12:15)

They remembered later (Jn 12:16-12:16)

The crowd bore witness (Jn 12:17-12:17)

They had heard about his great miracle sign (Jn 12:18-12:18)

The world goes after Jesus (Jn 12:19-12:19)

Jesus announces his glorification by his death

Some Greeks at the festival (Jn 12:20-12:20)

The Greeks want to see Jesus (Jn 12:21-12:21)

Andrew and Jesus find out about the Greeks (Jn 12:22-12:22)

Jesus announces his glorification (Jn 12:23-12:23)

The grain of wheat dies to give fruit (Jn 12:24-12:24)

Love life and lose it (Jn 12:25-12:25)

Serve Jesus! (Jn 12:26-12:26)

Jesus was troubled (Jn 12:27-12:27)

The voice from heaven (Jn 12:28-12:28)

Other people heard something (Jn 12:29-12:29)

The reason for the voice (Jn 12:30-12:30)

The world ruler will be driven out (Jn 12:31-12:31)

Jesus will draw everyone to himself (Jn 12:32-12:32)

Jesus was signifying how he was going to die (Jn 12:33-12:33)

Who is the Son of Man? (Jn 12:34-12:34)

Walk in the light! (Jn 12:35-12:35)

Jesus hid himself (Jn 12:36-12:36)

Isaiah and Incredulity

Incredulity (Jn 12:37-12:37)

The arm of the Lord (Jn 12:38-12:38)

They were unable to believe (Jn 12:39-12:39)

They were blind (Jn 12:40-12:40)

The glory of God (Jn 12:41-12:41)

Many leaders believed in Jesus (Jn 12:42-12:42)

They love human glory (Jn 12:43-12:43)

Jesus summarizes his teaching

Believe in the one who sent him (Jn 12:44-12:44)

See me! (Jn 12:45-12:45)

Jesus as the light (Jn 12:46-12:46)

Jesus came to save the world (Jn 12:47-12:47)

The judge on the last day (Jn 12:48-12:48)

The Father tells Jesus what to say (Jn 12:49-12:49)

Eternal life (Jn 12:50-12:50)

The Last Supper

Jesus loved his followers (Jn 13:1-13:1)

The devil and Judas (Jn 13:2-13:2)

Jesus knew where he came from (Jn 13:3-13:3)

Washing the feet

Jesus gets ready to wash feet (Jn 13:4-13:4)

Jesus washes the feet of his disciples (Jn 13:5-13:5)

Jesus and Simon Peter (Jn 13:6-13:6)

You will understand later (Jn 13:7-13:7)

You will never wash my feet (Jn 13:8-13:8)

Wash all of me! (Jn 13:9-13:9)

Not all are clean (Jn 13:10-13:10)

There was a betrayer (Jn 13:11-13:11)

Do you know what I have done? (Jn 13:12-13:12)

Lord and Teacher (Jn 13:13-13:13)

Wash each other’s feet! (Jn 13:14-13:14)

The example of washing feet (Jn 13:15-13:15)

The servant is not greater than the master (Jn 13:16-13:16)

Blessed are you! (Jn 13:17-13:17)

Some will turn against me (Jn 13:18-13:18)

Believe it after it happens! (Jn 13:19-13:19)

Believe in the one who sent him! (Jn 13:20-13:20)

The announcement of the traitor

Jesus was troubled (Jn 13:21-13:21)

The disciples were uncertain (Jn 13:22-13:22)

The beloved disciple (Jn 13:23-13:23)

Who is Jesus talking about? (Jn 13:24-13:24)

Who is it? (Jn 13:25-13:25)

Jesus gave the piece of bread to Judas (Jn 13:26-13:26)

Do it quickly! (Jn 13:27-13:27)

No one knew what was going on (Jn 13:28-13:28)

The strange command to Judas (Jn 13:29-13:29)

Judas left immediately (Jn 13:30-13:30)

The farewell speech

God is glorified (Jn 13:31-13:31)

Jesus will be glorified (Jn 13:32-13:32)

You cannot come where I am going (Jn 13:33-13:33)

Love one another (Jn 13:34-13:34)

Jesus’ disciples will be known for their love of each other (Jn 13:35-13:35)

You will follow later (Jn 13:36-13:36)

Peter wants to go now (Jn 13:37-13:37)

Peter would deny Jesus three times (Jn 13:38-13:38)

Where am I going?

Believe in God and Jesus! (Jn 14:1-14:1)

There will be a place for you (Jn 14:2-14:2)

I will take you to myself (Jn 14:3-14:3)

You know the way to where I am going (Jn 14:4-14:4)

How do we get there? (Jn 14:5-14:5)

I am the way! (Jn 14:6-14:6)

You know the Father! (Jn 14:7-14:7)

Show us the Father! (Jn 14:8-14:8)

I have been with you so long! (Jn 14:9-14:9)

I am in the Father! (Jn 14:10-14:10)

Believe me! (Jn 14:11-14:11)

Belief and works (Jn 14:12-14:12)

The Father is glorified in the Son (Jn 14:13-14:13)

Anything in my name (Jn 14:14-14:14)

Keep my commandments! (Jn 14:15-14:15)

The Paraclete (Jn 14:16-14:16)

The Spirit of truth (Jn 14:17-14:17)

You will not be destitute orphans (Jn 14:18-14:18)

The world will not see me (Jn 14:19-14:19)

I am in you (Jn 14:20-14:20)

Keep my commandments! (Jn 14:21-14:21)

The other Judas (Jn 14:22-14:22)

If you love me (Jn 14:23-14:23)

You do not love me (Jn 14:24-14:24)

I am still with you (Jn 14:25-14:25)

The Holy Spirit (Jn 14:26-14:26)

Peace! (Jn 14:27-14:27)

I am going to the Father (Jn 14:28-14:28)

You may believe (Jn 14:29-14:29)

The powerless ruler (Jn 14:30-14:30)

I love the Father (Jn 14:31-14:31)

The true vine

I am the true vine! (Jn 15:1-15:1)

Bear fruit! (Jn 15:2-15:2)

You are clean! (Jn 15:3-15:3)

Abide in me! (Jn 15:4-15:4)

You are the branches! (Jn 15:5-15:5)

The branch that withers (Jn 15:6-15:6)

If you abide in me (Jn 15:7-15:7)

Bear much fruit! (Jn 15:8-15:8)

The Father has loved me (Jn 15:9-15:9)

Keep my commandments! (Jn 15:10-15:10)

Joy (Jn 15:11-15:11)

The commandment of love

Love one another! (Jn 15:12-15:12)

Greater love (Jn 15:13-15:13)

My friends (Jn 15:14-15:14)

Friends! (Jn 15:15-15:15)

I have chosen you! (Jn 15:16-15:16)

The command of love (Jn 15:17-15:17)

The hatred of the world

The world hates me (Jn 15:18-15:18)

The world hates you (Jn 15:19-15:19)

The servant is not greater than the master (Jn 15:20-15:20)

They do not know who sent me (Jn 15:21-15:21)

No excuse for sin (Jn 15:22-15:22)

Hate (Jn 15:23-15:23)

They have hated the Father and me (Jn 15:24-15:24)

Hate without a cause (Jn 15:25-15:25)

The Paraclete

The Holy Spirit will bear witness (Jn 15:26-15:26)

You have been with me from the beginning (Jn 15:27-15:27)

This will keep you from falling away (Jn 16:1-16:1)

Offer service to God (Jn 16:2-16:2)

They did not know the Father (Jn 16:3-16:3)

Remember what I told you (Jn 16:4-16:4)

Where are you going? (Jn 16:5-16:5)

You are sorrowful (Jn 16:6-16:6)

The Paraclete will come (Jn 16:7-16:7)

The Paraclete will convince the world (Jn 16:8-16:8)

Sin (Jn 16:9-16:9)

Righteousness (Jn 16:10-16:10)

Judgment (Jn 16:11-16:11)

You cannot bear them (Jn 16:12-16:12)

The Spirit of truth (Jn 16:13-16:13)

The Spirit of truth will glorify me (Jn 16:14-16:14)

The Father will give you what is mine (Jn 16:15-16:15)

Jesus announces his return

A little while (Jn 16:16-16:16)

What does this mean? (Jn 16:17-16:17)

What is this “a little while”? (Jn 16:18-16:18)

Jesus knew what they wanted to ask (Jn 16:19-16:19)

Tears to joy (Jn 16:20-16:20)

Child birth (Jn 16:21-16:21)

Your hearts will rejoice (Jn 16:22-16:22)

Ask the Father in my name (Jn 16:23-16:23)

Ask so that you can receive things (Jn 16:24-16:24)

No more parables (Jn 16:25-16:25)

You will ask in my name (Jn 16:26-16:26)

The Father loves you (Jn 16:27-16:27)

I came from the Father (Jn 16:28-16:28)

You are speaking plainly (Jn 16:29-16:29)

Jesus came from God (Jn 16:30-16:30)

Do you believe now? (Jn 16:31-16:31)

The Father is with me (Jn 16:32-16:32)

I have overcome the world (Jn 16:33-16:33)

Jesus’ Prayer

The hour has come (Jn 17:1-17:1)

The authority over eternal life (Jn 17:2-17:2)

Know the one true God! (Jn 17:3-17:3)

I have accomplished the work (Jn 17:4-17:4)

The glory of Jesus (Jn 17:5-17:5)

They kept the word (Jn 17:6-17:6)

Everything is from you (Jn 17:7-17:7)

They have kept your words (Jn 17:8-17:8)

Jesus was praying for his own people (Jn 17:9-17:9)

They belong to the Father and Jesus (Jn 17:10-17:10)

The Father and Jesus are one (Jn 17:11-17:11)

We only lost one (Jn 17:12-17:12)

May they have joy (Jn 17:13-17:13)

We are not of the world (Jn 17:14-17:14)

Keep them from the evil one (Jn 17:15-17:15)

They are not of the world (Jn 17:16-17:16)

Your word is true (Jn 17:17-17:17)

They will be sent into the world (Jn 17:18-17:18)

Consecrated in truth (Jn 17:19-17:19)

Those who will believe in me (Jn 17:20-17:20)

We are one! (Jn 17:21-17:21)

Glory and unity (Jn 17:22-17:22)

Perfectly one (Jn 17:23-17:23)

Eternal love (Jn 17:24-17:24)

I know the Father! (Jn 17:25-17:25)

The Fatherly love (Jn 17:26-17:26)

The arrest of Jesus

Jesus goes to the Kidron valley (Jn 18:1-18:1)

Judas knew the place (Jn 18:2-18:2)

Judas confronts Jesus (Jn 18:3-18:3)

Whom do you seek? (Jn 18:4-18:4)

I am Jesus of Nazareth! (Jn 18:5-18:5)

Jesus reveals himself (Jn 18:6-18:6)

They were looking for Jesus (Jn 18:7-18:7)

I am he! (Jn 18:8-18:8)

I did not lose any (Jn 18:9-18:9)

Peter strikes the ear of Malchus (Jn 18:10-18:10)

Put your sword down! (Jn 18:11-18:11)

They seized Jesus (Jn 18:12-18:12)

Jesus before Annas and Caiaphas

They led Jesus to the high priest (Jn 18:13-8:13)

One man should die for the people? (Jn 18:14-18:14)

Peter denies Jesus

Simon Peter and the other disciple (Jn 18:15-18:15)

Peter goes inside the courtyard (Jn 18:16-18:16)

Peter denies Jesus the first time (Jn 18:17-18:17)

Peter around the fire (Jn 18:18-18:18)

The high priest questioned Jesus (Jn 18:19-18:19)

Jesus spoke openly (Jn 18:20-18:20)

Ask them! (Jn 18:21-18:21)

Someone struck Jesus (Jn 18:22-18:22)

Have I misspoken? (Jn 18:23-18:23)

Jesus was sent to Caiaphas (Jn 18:24-18:24)

Peter denied Jesus again (Jn 18:25-18:25)

A relative of the man with the cut off ear (Jn 18:26-18:26)

Peter the Galilean denied Jesus the third time (Jn 18:27-18:27)

The cock crowed (Jn 18:27-18:27)

Jesus goes to Pilate

Jesus goes to the praetorium (Jn 18:28-18:28)

Pilate asks about the accusations (Jn 18:29-18:29)

Is he an evildoer? (Jn 18:30-18:30)

They could not put Jesus to death (Jn 18:31-18:31)

How Jesus was to die (Jn 18:32-18:32)

Are you the king of the Jews? (Jn 18:33-18:33)

Why do you say that? (Jn 18:34-18:34)

What have you done? (Jn 18:35-18:35)

A kingdom not of this world (Jn 18:36-18:36)

Born to tell the truth (Jn 18:37-18:37)

What is truth? (Jn 18:38-18:38)

I find no guilty case in Jesus (Jn 18:38-18:38)

Who to release? (Jn 18:39-18:39)

Barabbas (Jn 18:40-18:40)

Pilate tortured Jesus (Jn 19:1-19:1)

The soldiers placed a crown of thorns on Jesus (Jn 19:2-19:2)

Hail! King of the Jews! (Jn 19:3-19:3)

Pilate brings Jesus out (Jn 19:4-19:4)

Behold the man! (Jn 19:5-19:5)

Crucify him! (Jn 19:6-19:6)

The Son of God (Jn 19:7-19:7)

Pilate was afraid (Jn 19:8-19:8)

Where are you from? (Jn 19:9-19:9)

Pilate has the power (Jn 19:10-19:10)

Power is from above (Jn 19:11-19:11)

Caesar’s friend (Jn 19:12-19:12)

Pilate brought Jesus out (Jn 19:13-19:13)

Behold your king! (Jn 19:14-19:14)

We have no king but the Emperor Caesar! (Jn 19:15-19:15)

Pilate hands over Jesus (Jn 19:16-19:16)

The crucifixion

Jesus goes to Golgotha (Jn 19:17-19:17)

The crucifixion of Jesus (Jn 19:18-19:18)

The inscription on the cross (Jn 19:19-19:19)

The three-language inscription (Jn 19:20-19:20)

He said that he was the King of the Jews (Jn 19:21-19:21)

I have written it (Jn 19:22-19:22)

The sharing of Jesus’ garments (Jn 19:23-19:23)

Casting lots for the tunic of Jesus (Jn 19:24-19:24)

The three women named Mary standing at the cross (Jn 19:25-19:25)

Woman! Behold your son! (Jn 19:26-19:26)

Behold! Your mother! (Jn 19:27-19:27)

The thirst of Jesus (Jn 19:28-19:28)

The jar of sour wine (Jn 19:29-19:29)

The Death of Jesus

Jesus said it was finished (Jn 19:30-19:30)

They want to break the legs of the crucified men (Jn 19:31-19:31)

The soldiers break the legs of two crucified individuals (Jn 19:32-19:32)

Jesus was already dead (Jn 19:33-19:33)

They pierce the side of Jesus (Jn 19:34-19:34)

This testimony is true (Jn 19:35-19:35)

No broken bones (Jn 19:36-19:36)

They pierced Jesus (Jn 19:37-19:37)

The Burial of Jesus

Joseph of Arimathea (Jn 19:38-19:38)

Joseph of Arimathea got the body of Jesus from Pilate (Jn 19:38-19:38)

Nicodemus (Jn 19:39-19:39)

They wrap the body of Jesus (Jn 19:40-19:40)

A new tomb (Jn 19:41-19:41)

The tomb was nearby (Jn 19:42-19:42)

The day of the resurrection

Mary Magdalene (Jn 20:1-20:1)

The stone at the tomb entrance was gone (Jn 20:1-20:1)

Someone stole the body of Jesus (Jn 20:2-20:2)

Peter goes to the tomb (Jn 20:3-20:3)

They ran to the tomb (Jn 20:4-20:4)

The other disciple did not go into the tomb (Jn 20:5-20:5)

Simon Peter went into the tomb (Jn 20:6-20:6)

The headcloth by itself (Jn 20:7-20:7)

The other disciple believed (Jn 20:8-20:8)

They did not understand the resurrection (Jn 20:9-20:9)

They left the tomb (Jn 20:10-20:10)

Apparition to Mary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene was crying by the tomb (Jn 20:11-20:11)

Mary Magdalene saw two angels (Jn 20:12-20:12)

They took away Jesus (Jn 20:13-20:13)

Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene (Jn 20:14-20:14)

Jesus and Mary Magdalene converse (Jn 20:15-20:15)

Mary Magdalene called Jesus a teacher (Jn 20:16-20:16)

Jesus was going to ascend to his Father (Jn 20:17-20:17)

Mary Magdalene went to the disciples (Jn 20:18-20:18)

Jesus appears to the disciples

Jesus appears to the disciples on the same day (Jn 20:19-20:19)

The disciples were happy to see Jesus (Jn 20:20-20:20)

Peace be with you! (Jn 20:21-20:21)

Receive the Holy Spirit! (Jn 20:22-20:22

Forgiving sins (Jn 20:23-20:23)

Doubting Thomas

Thomas was not there (Jn 20:24-20:24)

We have seen the Lord! (Jn 20:25-20:25)

Eight days later (Jn 20:26-20:26)

Jesus and Thomas (Jn 20:27-20:27)

My Lord and my God (Jn 20:28-20:28)

Blessed are those who believe without seeing! (Jn 20:29-20:29)

First Conclusion

Many other signs (Jn 20:30-20:30)

Belief (Jn 20:31-20:31)

IV. Appendix

Resurrection Epilogue

Jesus at the Sea of Tiberias

Jesus revealed himself again (Jn 21:1-21:1)

The disciples were there together (Jn 21:2-21:2)

The disciples go fishing (Jn 21:3-21:3)

Jesus on the beach (Jn 21:4-21:4)

Do you have any fish? (Jn 21:5-21:5)

The big catch (Jn 21:6-21:6)

Simon Peter dives into the water (Jn 21:7-21:7)

The other disciples came in a boat (Jn 21:8-21:8)

The fish and the bread (Jn 21:9-21:9)

Bring the fish! (Jn 21:10-21:10)

One hundred and fifty-three fish (Jn 21:11-21:11)

They knew he was the Lord (Jn 21:12-21:12)

Jesus gave them bread and fish (Jn 21:13-21:13)

The third revelation of Jesus (Jn 21:14-21:14)

Jesus addresses Simon Peter

Jesus addresses Simon Peter (Jn 21:15-21:15)

The second question about love (Jn 21:16-21:16)

The third question about love (Jn 21:17-21:17)

When you are old (Jn 21:18-21:18)

Come! Follow me! (Jn 21:19-21:19)

The disciple whom Jesus loved

The disciple whom Jesus loved (Jn 21:20-21:20)

Peter has a question (Jn 21:21-21:21)

He will remain until I come (Jn 21:22-21:22)

Would the beloved disciple die? (Jn 21:23-21:23)

The disciple who wrote this (Jn 21:24-21:24)

Lots more not written (Jn 21:25-21:25)


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