The Book of John in the Bible

Incredible! That’s about the only way to describe the talk given today by my friend Jonathan Gainsbrugh. His blog is at .

The book of John is much different than Matthew, Mark, and Luke. It is often referred to new followers of Christ to get them started just after making that life-changing decision. The thing about the gospel of John is that it is RRRRR — elational. And Jonathan went through it chapter-by-chapter from the 30,000 ft. level and then zoomed it right into our hearts.

You should read the gospel of John. Check it out for yourself — it is not only an adventure, but could just get YOU really thinking about your own RRRRR — elationship as it relates to Jesus.

One thought on “The Book of John in the Bible

  1. Witnessing for Jesus

    “That in everything ye are enriched by Him in all utterance, and in all knowledge,” {1Corinthians 1 v 5}.

    Dear saints never feel inadequate in anything, for by faith we can say boldly that we come behind in no gift, for we can do all things through Christ Jesus who strengthens us. If you feel that God wants you to preach, then you must believe that He has equipped you with all things necessary for the job.

    Now maybe He wants you to share Christ with someone, then again you must believe that He will fill your mind with the right words of grace, I have found over the years that if I begin to witness for Christ by saying the first words, He always gives me the rest of the words of grace. He just fills my mind with scriptures, as the Bible says; the Holy Ghost will remind us of His Word. For it is written, “For it is not ye that speak but the Spirit of your Father which speaketh in you,” {Matthew 10 v 20}.
    When the Apostles were delivered up to the authorities, the Spirit of the Lord told them not to meditate before hand on what they were to say, for the Word of God would be given to them as they spoke, it is written, “But when they deliver you up take no thought how or what ye shall speak, for it shall be given to you in that same hour what ye shall speak,” {Matthew 10 v 19}.

    So it is with our witness for Christ, we must witness not by might, nor by power but by my Spirit, saith the Lord of Hosts. “Settle it therefore in your hearts not to meditate before what ye shall answer, for I will give you a mouth and a wisdom which your adversaries shall not be able to gainsay or resist,” {Luke 21 v 14:15}. So whatever you do either witnessing for Jesus or defending the truth always remember the Holy Ghost is within you and will flow out from you making you a great witness in these last days.


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