Even all four gospels are complementary and all tell about the story of Jesus, the gospel of John is different from the gospel of Matthew, Mark & Luke. The differences between these three Gospels and John’s include the language used, the timeline, the material covered, e.g. there is no record of the genealogy of Jesus’ birth or childhood, but also there is a unique approach by John to the life and ministry of Jesus, giving emphasis to the Divine nature of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Gospel of John, Chapter 2:
Jesus’ Public Ministry is found in chapters 2-11 in the book of John.
1/ Changing Water into Wine (2:1-12)
2/ Cleansing the Temple (2:13-25)
We continue with our study of the gospel of John, and here we will learn about John Chapter 4. This chapter continues talking about Jesus’ Public Ministry.
Gospel according to John, Chapter 4: Read &/or listen from the Bible.
1/ Jesus and the Samaritan Woman (4:1-26)
2/ Doing the Father’s Will (4:27-42)
3/ Healing of the Nobleman’s Son (4:43-54)
Gospel according to John, Chapter 5: Read &/or listen from the Bible.
1/ Jesus healing in Bethesda, John 5:1-15 (see video)
2/ The Authority of the Son, John 5:16-23
3/ John 5:26-27 Son of Man
4/ John 5:28-30 Resurrection
5/ John 5:31-38 Bear Witness
6/ John 5:39-47 Search the Scriptures
Gospel according to John, Chapter 6: Read &/or listen from the Bible.
1/ The Feeding of the Five Thousand, John 6:1-15
2/ Jesus Walks on the Sea, John 6:16-21
3/ Jesus the Bread from Heaven, John 6:22-40
4/ Rejected by His Own, John 6:41-59
5/ The Words of Eternal Life, John 6:60-70