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While there are many books written about Christian discipleship, there are not nearly enough books on discipleship that primarily expound the Bible itself. The Apostle John wrote three letters, however, with the main purpose of helping disciples to grow.
That You May Know: A Primer on Christian Discipleship is an enriching study that will lead you through John’s teaching on following Jesus as a disciple.
This book is more than a commentary and more than a topical book on the subject of Christian discipleship. Instead, this is a primer on Christian discipleship written as a careful reading of God’s word in 1, 2 & 3 John. It’s ideal for your own individual devotional reading or as a helpful resource for your group Bible study.
Bible Studies: The Gospel of John
(More studies coming soon!)
The Holy Spirit is the Treasurer of Jesus: he exposes the bankruptcy of the world and enriches us from Christ’s treasury. (Exposition of John 16:4b–15.)
Because Jesus’ disciples will resemble Jesus, we must prepare for the enemies that we will face in the world. (Exposition of John 15:18–16:4a.)
Despite the failure of fruitfulness in Adam and in Israel, God still demands fruit. Jesus bears fruit through his people. (Exposition of John 15:1–17.)
After his departure, Jesus is completing his mission—through new agents, by new activities, and from new accomplishments. (Exposition of John 14:15–31.)
Jesus is much more than the prophets, priests, and kings of old. More than that, Jesus manifests the Father. (Exposition of John 14:1–14)
Although contrary to our ideas of gaining glory through strength, Jesus glorifies himself through self-sacrificial love. (Exposition of John 13:21–38)
The suffering servanthood of Jesus connects to our own suffering: Jesus takes the form of a servant to save and to send. (Exposition of John 13:1–20)
What should detract from Jesus’ glory only glorifies him further. Jesus reveals his glory through the disgrace of the cross. (Exposition of John 12:27–50)
Jesus’ spiritual kingdom is invisible, hidden, and secret, confounding the world. Jesus is building a misunderstood kingdom. (Exposition of John 12:12–26)