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)

John

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)

 

Thank you – 50

July 29, 2019

Thank you – 50

After more than seven months, I have finished the third book of the New Testament, the Gospel of Luke.  Every time I finish a book of the Bible, I send a thank you blog.  I usually post five blogs a day covering about a verse of the biblical books.  So far, I have posted over 10,000 blogs about the individual paragraphs and of all the 46 books of the Old Testament, plus the individual verses of the first three books of the New Testament.  It has taken me five years to get this done.

Over 900 people have emailed me that they are following this project in some form or another.  196 people follow this blog every day.  During the month of March, 2019, 2,253 people visited this site.  The highest recent day was 130 people on July 5, 2019.  There have been over 54,882 hits on this blog since its inception.  I just want to thank all of you.  Word Press sent me a yearly compilation that showed that about 6,800 people from 84 countries visited this web site in 2015.

I realize that 12,613 of you have left comments, but I have not responded to them.  Some of you might want to moderate my comments, which is fine with me.  If you want to contact me directly, my email is efinne1540@gmail.com.  During this past seven months, 250 people have commented via email on this work.  Here is a list of those who sent email comments this past seven months.  Thank you to everyone. 

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The resurrection story of Jesus centers around the empty tomb.  The women of Galilee made an early morning visit to the tomb of Jesus, where the stone was rolled away.  No body there, but two men were there and they spoke to them.  Remember what Jesus had said that the Son of Man would rise again.  They remembered it.

The women from Galilee told the apostles, but the apostles did not believe them.  The women were named, but the apostles thought that this was an idle tale.  Thus, Peter went to the tomb himself.

Next came the story of the two apostles on the road to Emmaus.  They were talking to each other when Jesus appeared to them.  They did not recognize Jesus who asked them what they were talking about?  They wondered why he did not know what was happening in Jerusalem.  They had crucified the prophet Jesus of Nazareth, who had brought the hope of redemption.  Some women at the tomb saw a vision of angels.  The women were right.  However, Jesus reprimanded them since they acted like foolish followers, Jesus explained the suffering Messiah and interpreted the scriptures for them.

These two disciples finally recognized Jesus.  He was going to go further on, but they asked him to stay.  Jesus blessed the bread and then he vanished.  Their hearts were burning.  They returned to Jerusalem to the eleven apostles.  Jesus had appeared to Simon and they had recognized Jesus.

Finally, Jesus appeared to the apostles.  He spoke to them.  Did he look like a ghost?  Why did they doubt?  He was flesh and bones with hands and feet.  He wanted to know if they had anything to eat.  They gave Jesus a piece of fish and he ate it.

Jesus gave his last instructions to his apostles.  He told them that scripture had been fulfilled.  They should understand scripture.  The Messiah would suffer and rise on the third day.  They were to be witnesses to Jesus and preach repentance.  However, they were to stay in the city.  Finally, Jesus blessed them and then he was taken up to heaven.  However, the disciples returned to Jerusalem and prayed in the Temple.

The sufferings and death of Jesus

Next Jesus prayed at the Mount of Olives.  He asked them to avoid temptations.  However, he wanted the will of his Father done.  An angel from heaven appeared as Jesus was sweating blood.  Meanwhile, his disciples were sleeping.  He told them to get up and pray.

Jesus was arrested, as Judas with a crowd arrived.  Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss.  Should they strike back?  Someone cut off an ear of a Temple servant, but Jesus healed his ear.  He asked why they came out against him like he was a robber, when he had been teaching daily in the Temple.  Then they seized Jesus.

Meanwhile, Peter was in the courtyard when someone said that he had been with Jesus.  However, Peter denied it three times.  Then Jesus looked at Peter and Peter wept bitterly.

Jesus was brought before the Council.  They mocked Jesus, as they asked him who struck him.  They reviled Jesus.  The council assembly said that Jesus was a non-believer.  He gave no answer until he said that he was the Son of Man and the Son of God.  Thus, they said that they had heard it themselves.

Jesus was brought before Pilate because he had said that he was a king, the King of the Jews.  Pilate spoke to Jesus, since Jesus had stirred up the people.  When Pilate heard that he was a Galilean, he sent Jesus to Herod.  Herod was happy to meet Jesus.  He questioned him, but Jesus gave no answers.  The chief priests and the Scribes were angry.  Herod sent Jesus back to Pilate and he and Pilate became new friends, even though they had been enemies beforehand.

Pilate called the chief priests and said that Jesus was not guilty, so that there was no need for the death penalty.  He was going to release Jesus.  However, he had the obligation to release someone at Passover.  The crowd said that they wanted Barabbas, an insurrectionist murderer.  Pilate wanted to release Jesus, but the crowds wanted to crucify him.  Pilate said that he would release Jesus, but the loud cries of the crowd prevailed.  Pilate finally agreed.  He released Barabbas.

Simon of Cyrene was asked to carry the cross for Jesus.  The women followers of Jesus were weeping.  Jesus told them to weep for themselves.  They would say Blessed are the barren!  Let the mountains fall on us!  Two other criminals were crucified with Jesus.  One asked for forgiveness, but the other scoffed at Jesus.  The soldiers offered vinegar.  There was a dispute about the Greek inscription, since it said that this is the King of the Jews.  One criminal said that Jesus should save himself and the other two criminals.  The other criminal said that Jesus was innocent.  He wanted to be remembered by Jesus.  Jesus responded that today he would be with him in paradise.

After three hours of darkness, Jesus died.  The Temple curtain was cut in half.  The Roman centurion said that he was an innocent man.  Many were beating their breasts, standing at a distance.

Joseph of Arimathea, who was looking for the kingdom of God asked for the body of Jesus.  He put the body of Jesus in the tomb before the Sabbath.  The women were watching, but they rested on the Sabbath.

The last supper Passover

There was a conspiracy to kill Jesus, but Passover was coming.  This plot against Jesus involved Judas Iscariot who planned to betray Jesus.  He made an agreement about the right time to do this.

Meanwhile, Jesus and his disciples made their preparations for the Passover meal.  Jesus decided where this would be.  They were to meet a man with a jar of water.  He would then show them a guest room, a large upper room, where they would prepare the Passover meal.

The right hour had come for Jesus and the last supper before his suffering began.  Jesus said that he would not eat with them again.  He was not going to drink the cup of thanksgiving again with them.  Then he took the thanksgiving bread, broke it, and gave it to his disciples with a new covenant.  He said that the betrayer was at the table with them and should be cursed.  Who would do this?

At the same time a dispute about greatness broke out.  Who was the greatest?  Jesus reminded them his authority would be like a servant leadership.  He would confer the kingdom, so that they would judge the twelve tribes of Israel.

Then Jesus foretold Simon Peter’s denial.  They should pray for faith.  However, Simon said that he would die for Jesus, but Jesus told Peter that he would deny him three times.

What to bring with you?  They had lacked nothing during their previous mission trips.  Now they should buy what they need, because scripture would be fulfilled.  It was enough, it was time to move on.

The teaching of Jesus in Jerusalem

Jesus was a true teacher.  They asked him if it was right to pay tribute to Caesar?  Jesus, however, perceived their craftiness.  He told them to show him a Roman coin.  He told them to render to Caesar what was Caesar’s.  Thus, they were silent.

The Sadducees came to Jesus with a question about the resurrection.  The Mosaic law said that a brother should take a dead brother’s wife.  There were seven brothers and they all died without children.  Finally, the widowed wife died.  Whose wife would she be in the resurrection?  Jesus responded that they were the sons of this age.  There would be no marriage in the resurrection among the children of God.  Moses said God was a God of the living.  He had given a good answer, so that there were no more questions.

Jesus then asked how could the Christ Messiah be the son of David, since he mentioned in the psalms that he was a lord.  How could be both lord and son?  Jesus called out the hypocrisy of the Scribes with a great condemnation.

Jesus noticed the rich giving gifts in the Temple.  However, there was a poor widow who gave more because she had given out of her necessities and not her abundance.  Jesus then predicted the future destruction of the Temple.  None of the noble stones of the Temple would be left untouched.  They wanted to know when this would take place?

Jesus told them that they should not be led astray and not to be afraid.  There would be many fights, great earthquakes, and persecutions.  However, they should bear testimony, but not plan ahead.  Wisdom would come to them.  There would be family betrayals.  They would be hated by everyone, but they would not lose a hair of their head, if they had endurance.

In the future, Jerusalem would be surrounded.  They should leave the city in this great distress at the fall of Jerusalem.  There would be signs and great fear because the Son of Man was coming to redeem them.  Jesus explained the parable about the fig tree.  When they see the leaves on the trees, they should know that the kingdom of God was near.  This present generation would see it.  The words of Jesus would not pass away.  They were to be ready.  Everybody will be involved.

Jesus enters Jerusalem

Jesus was on his way to Jerusalem, but he stopped in Bethany.  He told his disciples to get a colt that was in a neighboring town.  When they untied this colt, they were to say that the Lord needs it.  They did exactly that.  Jesus then sat on the colt as they spread garments around him.  They began to rejoice and say peace and glory.  The Pharisees wanted Jesus to rebuke his disciples, but Jesus said the stones would cry out if he did that.

Jesus wept over the city of Jerusalem.  There would be future hidden things when the city would be surrounded on every side because there were terrible things ahead.  Jesus entered the Temple.  He said that it should be a house of prayer.  They tried to destroy Jesus, but the people listened to Jesus.

Some Jerusalem officials come to Jesus and asked him where he got his authority?  He had a question for them about the baptism of John the Baptist.  Was his baptism from heaven or not?  They refused to answer because the people thought that John was a prophet.  Then Jesus said that he was not going to tell them about his authority.

Jesus then told the parable about the rented vineyard and the wicked tenants who beat up his slaves.  Finally, he sent his beloved son.  However, these bad tenants killed the heir.  He would then destroy these tenants.  The rejected stone would become the crushing stone.  The chief priests and Scribes wanted Jesus destroyed, because this parable was aimed at them.

The prophecy fulfilled

Jesus then had the prophecy of his death and resurrection.  This would be a prophecy fulfilled for the twelve apostles.  There would be some bad treatment for the Son of Man, but he would rise on the third day.  However, the apostles did not understand this.

Jesus healed the blind beggar who asked what was going on as Jesus passed by.  He wanted mercy.  Jesus met and had a dialogue with this blind beggar.  Faith and sight went hand in hand.

Jesus was in Jericho when a small man named Zacchaeus climbed a sycamore tree to see him.  Jesus wanted to stay at Zacchaeus’ house, where he was welcomed.  Other people complained that Jesus was eating with a sinner, but Zacchaeus defended himself.  Jesus said that salvation was coming to the lost ones.

Finally, Jesus told this parable about the ten minas when he was near Jerusalem.  This nobleman gave his slaves money.  However, some people did not like this nobleman.  When he returned home, he wanted to know what the various slaves had done with their ten minas.  The first slave had made ten more minas, as much as he originally had from trading.  Thus, the nobleman put him in charge of ten cities.  Another slave had gained five minas.  He was put in charge of five cities.  The third slave said that he wrapped up his ten minas in cloth.  He knew that his nobleman was a very severe man.  The nobleman said that he should have known better.  Why did he not at least collect interest?  This nobleman said to take away his money and give to the one had ten already.  Then this nobleman killed his enemies.

The Law and the kingdom

Jesus then told the parable of the dishonest house manager who had been wasting things.  He was not going to be a manager any longer.  What was he to do?  He needed a plan.  He found out how much a person owed him and cut it in half.  He gave a discount to another debtor.  He was a shrewd one.  Jesus told them to make friends with the faithful ones who would give true riches.  Take care of other things because you cannot serve two masters.

God knows the heart of those who are lovers of money.  The good news is in the power of the law.  Watch out for adultery.  Jesus told the story of the rich man and Lazarus.  Lazarus was a poor man, so that the dogs licked his sores.  The rich man and Lazarus both died.  Father Abraham took Lazarus into his bosom, so that he had the good things of eternal life.  There were no switching places.  The rich man wanted to send Lazarus to warn his brothers, but Abraham said that they had Moses.  Someone from the dead would not make a difference.

Jesus spoke about temptations.  People should put a millstone around their necks rather than lead a brother into sin.  Forgiveness was necessary.  You had to increase faith much like a mustard seed that grows.  The slave should not sit at the table, but prepare the food without a thank you, because it was his duty.

Jesus cleansed the ten lepers on his way to Jerusalem.  The ten lepers asked for mercy to be cleansed.  However, only the cured Samaritan leper praised God.  What happened to other nine?  Only the foreigner returned, because of his faith.

Jesus said that the kingdom of God was near.  They would not see the Son of Man.  They were not to be deceived by false claims.  The Son of Man would come like lightning.  They would suffer because of their rejection.  Just like Noah when the flood destroyed them all, so it will be in the future.  Just like Lot, they should stay where they were.  You could gain or lose your life.  Half will be taken away.  Only one of two women will be taken.  Only one of two men in the field will be taken.  The eagles will be gathered ready to pounce.

Jesus told the parable about the widow and the bad judge.  They should pray.  The widow petitioned the bad judge for justice.  This judge had no regard for God or man, but this widow wore out this bad unrighteous judge.  Will God delay his coming?  Will the Son of Man find faith on earth?

Jesus told the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector.  The Pharisee prayed that he was not bad like other people, since he fasted and tithed, while the tax collector prayed for forgiveness.  Who was justified?  They were bringing infants to Jesus.  Jesus then told them that they had to be like children to enter the kingdom of God.

There was a rich ruler who asked Jesus what he had to do to gain eternal life.  Jesus wanted to know why he called him good?  He had followed all the commandments.  Then Jesus asked him to follow him.  The apostles had left their homes for an eternal reward.

The returning sinner

Herod wanted to kill Jesus.  Jesus said to go tell the fox Herod that the prophet would die in Jerusalem, because they would not respond.  A man with dropsy came to Jesus while he was at diner with the Pharisees.  Would he heal him on the Sabbath?  They were silent.  They wanted the places of honor, but Jesus told them to take the lowest place, and then they would be honored to move up.  They were to be humble with their diner invitations.  Invite the needy because there will a resurrection of the just.

Jesus told the parable of the great banquet.  The kingdom of God was like a great dinner banquet that was ready.  However, people gave excuses of why they could not come.  They had the excuses of buying new property, or new oxen, or taking a new wife.  He told his servants to get somebody in there, but there was still room.  They went to the highways and byways, so that none of the original invited ones would come.

Jesus explained the cost of discipleship.  Great crowds followed him.  To be a disciple they would have to bear the cross.  You had to figure out the cost of a building before you built something.  You could not build a foundation without money.  Otherwise you would not be able to finish it.  When you are preparing for war, you have to figure out the terms of peace.  Were they willing to renounce everything for Jesus?  If the salt loses its taste, throw the bad salt away.

As Jesus was eating with the tax collectors and sinners, he told this parable about the lost sheep.  A shepherd had one hundred sheep.  He lost one and then found it, so that there was rejoicing with his friends.  There is joy in heaven over one repentant sinner.  Jesus told the parable of the lost silver coin.  There would be rejoicing over the found coin, so too there will be joy over one repentant sinner. 

Then Jesus told the parable of the prodigal son.  A man had two sons.  The younger son wanted his inheritance.  He then squandered his property in a foreign country.  A The famine came, so that he ended up feeding pigs, although he had nothing to eat since he was dying of hunger.  He was a sinner, but he realized that the hired servants of his father had food to eat.  He decided to go home.  The father embraces his son, as he admitted that he was a sinner.  The son was to be dressed up with a fatted calf prepared for him.  The dead son was alive.  Now the oldest son wanted to know what was going on?  His father said that his brother had come home.  The older brother was angry because there had never been a party for him.  His younger brother had lived with prostitutes, while he was always with his father.  However, the father said that his lost brother had been found.