This “J” is “on” and he’s painting a picture. When you think of the Gospel of John, you can think of a “J On” painting the “sun” of God. John paints a picture of Jesus as the Son of God, the key word for this book. The apostle John, the author of this fourth Gospel, records a thematic and intimate account of Jesus’ ministry, especially His interaction with the disciples. John’s purpose in writing is to prove that Jesus is the Christ, and that eternal life is found in Him (20:31). While the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke present Jesus in the fullness of His humanity, John shows us the fullness of His Deity—God incarnate, the Son of God. He is the Light, Truth, Life, the Way, the Door, the Bread of Life, the Water of Life. In fact, He is all God is, because He is one with God.
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