In the New Testament, the gospel of Matthew presents Jesus as the King. Mark portrays Jesus as the Servant of God while Luke pictures Him as the Son of Man. The Gospel of John focusses on the deity of Christ and also emphasizes the failure of the Jewish religious system at that time. John himself told us why he wrote the book : “But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing you may have life in His name.” Jn 20:31 


In other words, True life is found in Jesus Christ. 


John’s close relationship with Jesus makes his record distinctive from the other gospels and that is why we see emphasis on Jesus‘ relationships with individuals rather than on His public ministry. 


And we are also like those to whom Jesus related – individuals with distinct needs. Join us in this study of John, and may you encounter the Lord of Life for yourself. 


Commencing : Wed, 12th Feb 2020 

Day: 9.00am – 10.30am or Night: 7.55pm – 9.30pm 


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