Outline of John’s gospel.

Outline of John’s gospel.
Source: https://www.biblestudytools.com/rsv/john/

Outline

  • Prologue: The Word Became Flesh (1:1-18)
  • The Beginning of Jesus’ Ministry (1:19-51)
    • John the Baptist’s Testimony about Jesus (1:19-34)
    • John’s Disciples Follow Jesus (1:35-42)
    • Jesus Calls Philip and Nathanael (1:43-51)
  • Jesus’ Public Ministry: Signs and Discourses (chs. 211)
    • Changing Water into Wine (2:1-11)
    • Cleansing the Temple (2:12-25)
    • Jesus Teaches Nicodemus (3:1-21)
    • John the Baptist’s Final Testimony about Jesus (3:22-36)
    • Jesus and the Samaritans (4:1-42)
    • Healing of the Official’s Son (4:43-54)
    • Jesus’ Visit to Jerusalem at an Annual Feast (ch. 5)
    • Feeding the 5,000 and Jesus’ Claim to Be the Bread of Life (ch. 6)
    • Jesus at the Feast of Tabernacles and Disputes over Who He Is (chs. 78)
    • Healing of the Man Born Blind (ch. 9)
    • Jesus is the Good Shepherd (10:1-21)
    • Conflict at the Feast of Dedication over Jesus’ Identity (10:22-42)
    • The Raising of Lazarus (ch. 11)
  • The Passion Week (chs. 1219)
    • The Anointing of Jesus’ Feet (12:1-11)
    • Jesus’ Entry into Jerusalem as King (12:12-19)
    • Jesus Predicts His Death (12:20-36)
    • Belief and Unbelief among the Jews (12:37-50)
    • Jesus’ Farewell Discourses and Prayer (chs. 13-17)
      • At the Last Supper (chs. 1314)
        • Jesus washes the disciples’ feet (13:1-17)
        • Jesus predicts his betrayal (13:18-30)
        • Jesus predicts Peter’s denial (13:31-38)
        • Jesus comforts his disciples (14:1-4)
        • Jesus is the way to the Father (14:5-14)
        • Jesus promises the Holy Spirit (14:15-30)
      • On the way to Gethsemane (chs. 1516)
        • The vine and the branches (15:1-17)
        • The world hates the disciples (15:18-25)
        • The work of the Holy Spirit (15:26;16:15)
        • The disciples’ grief will turn to joy (16:16-33)
      • Jesus’ prayer (ch. 17)
    • Jesus’ Betrayal and Arrest (18:1-11)
    • Jesus’ Trials before Jewish and Roman Officials (18:12-40)
    • Jesus’ Crucifixion (19:1-27)
    • Jesus’ Death and Burial (19:28-42)
  • Jesus’ Resurrection (20:1-29)
  • Statement of the Gospel’s Purpose (20:30-31)
  • Epilogue: Jesus’ Recommissioning of the Disciples (ch. 21)
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