Jesus the God/Man
This study of the fourth gospel by John the Apostle lays out the case for Jesus' dynamic nature as the God/Man and the various reactions people had when confronted by this amazing reality.
In the opening verses of chapter one John goes back before the beginning of time to introduce Jesus and His relationship to God.
John picks up the earthly history of Jesus' ministry with a description of John the Baptist's work in preparing the people for the arrival of the Messiah.
In this lesson we explore the pattern of witness used by the apostle John, John the Baptist, and Jesus Himself to recruit disciples.
In this lesson, we witness the first of Jesus' amazing miracles that establish His God/Man nature.
In this lesson, we will examine the layout of the Temple in Jerusalem and the reasons why Jesus expelled the money changers and merchants.
Nicodemus gains 3 important insights concerning the change needed in order to enter into the kingdom of God.
In this lesson Mike summarizes God's plan of salvation kept secret from angels and prophets.
John describes John the Baptist's reaction to the growth of Jesus' ministry and the decline of his own.
Jesus uses an encounter with the woman at the well in Samaria to reveal His true identity.
In the encounter with the woman at the well, Jesus demonstrates His method of multiplication evangelism.
In this lesson Jesus teaches that the essence of faith is believing God based on His Word and not relying on "signs" or miracles.
In His response to the attacks by the Pharisees Jesus describes a variety of ways to lose one's soul. Each of these being demonstrated by the Jewish leaders who were opposing Him.
In chapter 6 of John, Jesus performs mighty miracles to prove His divine nature and makes two important promises to His followers.
Jesus continues His dialogue with the unbelieving crowd and emphasizes that belief is a must if they are to receive the 2 promises He makes to them.
In this final section of Jesus' dialogue with an unbelieving crowd, the Lord sets forth the acid test for true discipleship.
In this lesson we examine the dialogue that Jesus has with various groups during one of His trips to Jerusalem.
More dialogue between Jesus and a woman caught in adultery as well as His denunciation of the hypocritical Jewish leaders.
Jesus performs a great miracle and is immediately attacked by His enemies in the Jewish leadership. This lesson details the dialogue the Lord has with the Pharisees.
The parable of the Good Shepherd points to both the failings of the Jewish leadership and the eventual redemptive work of the true leader and shepherd of Israel.
The death and resurrection of Lazarus are viewed from the eyes of the principal characters who witnessed this great miracle by Jesus.
In this section John describes the reaction that various people had to Lazarus' miraculous resurrection.
The final hours of Jesus' life begin with the Passover meal with His Apostles where He will demonstrate both His power and humility.
John recounts four dialogues that Jesus has with different apostles after they had shared the Passover meal.
Jesus continues teaching and encouraging His disciples before He is betrayed by Judas.
In this section of the Lord's final teaching, He encourages the Apostles as He reviews with them what will take place in the near future.
In this last portion of Jesus' time with the Apostles before His death, the Lord makes what has been referred to as His "High Priestly" prayer where He prays for Himself, the Apostles and future generation of Christians.
John begins to describe the events that lead up to Jesus' torture and crucifixion.
This lesson examines the various trials and leaders Jesus faced before He is ultimately condemned to the cross. John also provides a brief description of the scene at the crucifixion.
The apostle John provides the details surrounding the actual burial of Christ as well as the flow of events immediately after Jesus' resurrection.
In this lesson, we will review the 11 recorded appearances of Jesus after His resurrection and final ascension into heaven.
A final look at the entire gospel and summary of its main theme. This lesson also includes a review test with questions over the entire book.