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The Gospels | JOHN
the animal sacrifices in the Old Testament. Jesus, the G
­ od-­man, has atoned for our
sins. He has risen from the dead. We can place our confidence in Him because of
His divine nature.
Thus, for readers of John’s Gospel, the question is a simple but significant one:
Do you believe that Jesus is Lord? If you do, you will receive eternal life and will
one day live in the presence of God in a place with no more pain, no more tears,
and no more death.
Deity
“The Word
was God.”
(John 1:1)
God-Man
“The Word
became
human.”
(John 1:14)
Ministry
Discourse
Trials and
Death
Empty Tomb
Assurance
John
1 :1-13
John
1 :14–4:54
John
5–12
John
13–17
John
18–19
John
20
John
21
Private
talks:
Appearances
(ch. 20)
Private
talks:
Future
(ch. 21)
Triumph
Epilogue
Miraculous
signs:
Turns water
into wine
(ch. 2)
Heals
official’s son
(ch. 4)
Stage
Audience
Time
Jesus’ Seven
“I Am”
Statements
Theme
Key Verse
Christ in John
Prologue
Acceptance
Public message
Miraculous
Private
signs:
talks:
Heals lame Servanthood
man at
(ch. 13)
Bethesda
Heaven
(ch. 5)
(ch. 14)
Feeds 5,000
Abiding
(ch. 6)
(ch. 15)
Walks on
Promises
water (ch. 6)
(ch. 16)
Heals blind
Prayer
man (ch. 9)
(ch. 17)
Raises
Lazarus
(ch. 11)
Conflict
Preparation
CHANGE
Three years
“I am the bread of life.” (John 6:35)
“I am the light of the world.” (John 8:12)
“I am the gate.” (John 10:9)
“I am the good shepherd.” (John 10:11)
Crucifixion
Private message
Several days
“I am the resurrection and the life.” (John 11:25)
“I am the way, the truth, and the life.” (John 14:6)
“I am the true grapevine.” (John 15:1)
Salvation comes only through Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
John 20:31
Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God—the Way, the Truth, and the Life—
and He alone is the revelation of God and the salvation of people.





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