Bible Application for Reading, Teaching, or Discussion Groups

 

In the Gospel of John, Jesus explained His identity, His mission on earth, and His relationship with believers. He also gives us invitations to believe in Him, to draw close to Him, and to serve Him. Scripture closes this book of great insights into the person of Christ and our relationship with Him, with Chapter 21. What are the last things that Jesus emphasizes in this gospel?

John Ch. 21 Finish Jesus’ work.

v.1-3  Don’t drift away from doing the work that Jesus gives you.

v.4-6  Do your work under His guidance.

v.7-14  Draw your strength from fellowship with Him.

v.15-17  Live out your love for Him by doing His work.

v.18-19  Be willing to pay any price to follow Him.

v.20-23  Be focused on Jesus, not on others around you.

v.24-25  (These words about Jesus and what He wants from believers, are true.)

 

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Beebe Kauffman is a co-founder of Lighthouse Bible Studies. She has a bachelor’s degree in business, but her heart is in teaching the Bible.

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