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Join us for Thursday Bible Study


City of Faith Church in Houston, Texas offers a 20 week bible study on the gospel of John for invidiuals looking to make new friends while studying the Word of God. 


Our Thursday night bible study for the gospel of John is from Thursday October 2015 through the end of March 2016.  We will be off Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.


Students can begin bible study at any time. If you are interested in joining in, please contact 281-970-9090. All are welcome to attend. Come as you are.


Study Notes for John Series


Who wrote the gospel?


The gospel of John is an eyewitness account, first hand testimony of Jesus Christ, written by the "disciple Jesus loved" whom many know as John the brother of James, the son of Zebedee and Salome. This is the disciple who is testifying to these things and wrote these things, and we know that his testimony is true” John 21:24. Though the gospels Matthew, Mark and Luke are symnotic the gospel of John is known to be spiritual in nature. 


Time frame when John was written is sometime between 90 AD and100 AD


Why is Jesus so important?


John's gospel develops the Christology that Jesus is the Son of God, the Messiah, and that to have salvation one must have Jesus. 


Proof 1- Christ’s Names Prove He Is God’s Son

A.      He Is The Word 1:1-3, 14 

B.      He Is the Light 1: 4-13

C.      He Is the Son of God- 1: 15-18


Proof 2- Christ’s Works Prove He is God’s Son

A.      He Created the World 1: 1-4

B.      He Gives men Salvation 1: 9-13

C.      He Reveals God- 1:15-18


What's the process of study? 


Prologue John 1: 1-18


Period of Consideration (1:19-6:71)-  “Mine hour has not come” 2:4

Christ and the disciples 1:19-2:12

Christ and the Jews 2:13- 3:36

Christ and the Samaritans 4:1-54

Christ and the Jewish Leaders 5:1-47

Christ and the Multitudes 6: 1-71 {Crisis #1 They would not walk with Him 6:66-67}


Period of Conflict (7:1- 12:50)-  “No man laid hands on him, because His hour was not yet come” 7:30

Conflict Over Moses  7:1-8:11

Conflict Over Abraham 8: 12-59

Conflict over His Sonship 9:1-10:42

Conflict over His power 11:1-12:11 {Crisis # 2 They would not believe on Him 12:12-5047}


Period of Climax (123:1-20:42) - “Jesus knew that his hour was come” 13:1; “Father, the hour is come” 17:1” 7:30

Climax of preparation for the cross 13:1-17:26

Climax of unbelief for the Jews 18:1-19:42 {Crisis #3 They Crucified Him 19: 13-22}

Climax of faith for the disciples 20:1-31


Week 14- Epilogue John 21:1-25


What is the life application?


But Jesus’s life as the agent of change wasn’t without an ultimate purpose. Amid His hands-on ministry, Jesus constantly pointed to the definitive way in which He would serve humanity: His death on the cross and His resurrection from the dead. It is only through faith in these works of Jesus Christ that human beings find eternal redemption for their whole selves. Moreover, Jesus becomes our model for how to live our lives—serving others as He did.

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