Everything You Need To Know About John

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What You’ll Learn in John

The book of John is all about Jesus being fully God and fully human.

As you read John, you’ll find that God isn’t a distant force, but a personal being. Jesus intervenes in the world’s problems because He cares deeply for all people. Miracles show Jesus is powerful and good, like when He turned water into wine and brought Lazarus back to life (John 2:1-12, John 11:1-44).

Jesus’ relationship with God shows us how God is a good father to us. Anyone can connect with God by connecting with Jesus, like Nicodemus asking questions and the disciples constantly learning to trust Jesus and do what He says (John 3:1-21, John 6:1-24). Jesus has life-changing conversations with people from different backgrounds, like the Samaritan woman at the well and the woman caught in adultery (John 4:1-42, John 8:1-11).

Bookmark this infographic to use while you read through John. [Use these devotionals to guide you through the whole book, one day at a time.] This will help you understand what happened, how God has worked with people in the past, and why it matters for you today.

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