gospel Of John introduction

The Gospel of John, Introduction

The Gospel of John is one of the four canonical gospels in the New Testament of the Bible. It is believed to have been written by John the Apostle, and it is the fourth gospel in the New Testament. The book is divided into 21 chapters and contains a unique perspective on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, including the famous passages of the “Word made flesh” (1:14) and Jesus’ “I am” statements (6:35, 8:12, etc.). It also contains the account of the raising of Lazarus (11:1-44) and the Last Supper (13:1-17:26).

The Apostle Paul

Apostle Paul: A Theologian, Missionary, Pastor, and A Mentor

Apostle Paul was a dedicated servant of Jesus, a theologian, missionary, pastor, mentor and martyr. He played a vital role in the spread of Christianity throughout the Roman Empire, and his writings provide valuable insight into the teachings of Jesus.

Healing of Many

Recorded in the gospel of Matthew, Jesus heals many of their various diseases, pain, epilepsy, and paralysis. The work done in the body of these individual was super-natural and only God can perform such act.

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