This past Saturday night we kicked off a new study through the Gospel of John. Of all the gospel writers, John had the most time to reflect. The most time to think about things Jesus had said. The most time to consider what Jesus came to do. He for those who didn’t get to meet Jesus, for those who didn’t see the miracles. for those who didn’t hear him teach. In other words, he wrote his gospel of us.
Throughout, his gospel, John will make the argument that in Jesus is God. If we want to know what God looks like, what He acts like, what He thinks like … then look no further than when God became one of us to bring us life and light.
Next week (January 12th) we will look at John, chapter 2 and specifically Jesus’ first miracle of turning water into wine. I encourage you to read along each week.