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John - Chapter 2

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On the third day there was a wedding where?
At Cana in Galilee. (John 2:1)
The mother of Jesus was where?
(There) A wedding at Cana in Galilee. (John 2:1)
The mother of whom was there?
Jesus. (John 2:1)
Jesus also was invited where?
To the wedding (at Cana in Galilee). (John 2:2)
2PT: Who also was invited to the wedding?
Jesus, with his disciples. (John 2:2)
At the wedding what ran out?
The wine. (John 2:3)
The wine what?
Ran out. (John 2:3)
When the wine ran out, the mother of Jesus said to
him what?
"They have no wine." (John 2:3)
My hour has not yet what?
Come. (John 2:4)
His mother said what to the servants?
"Do whatever he tells you." (John 2:5)
Who said to the servants, "Do whatever he tells you"?
His (Jesus') mother. (John 2:5)
There were six stone water jars there for what?
The Jewish rites of purification. (John 2:6)
Now there were six what?
Stone water jars. (John 2:6)
Now there were six stone what?
Water jars for the Jewish rites of purification (each holding twenty or thirty gallons). (John 2:6)
Each stone water jar held how much?
Twenty or thirty gallons. (John 2:6)
Jesus said to the servants, what?
"Fill the jars with water." (John 2:7)
Jesus said to the servants, "Fill the jars with water,"
and they what?
Filled them up to the brim. (John 2:7)
How were the jars filled?
Up to the brim. (John 2:7)
They filled them how?
Up to the brim. (John 2:7)
Fill the jars with what?
Water. (John 2:7)
Draw some out and take it to whom?
To the master of the feast. (John 2:8)
The master of the feast did not know what?
Where it (the water now become wine) came from.
(John 2:9)
The master of the feast tasted what?
The water now become wine. (John 2:9)
The water now become what?
Wine. (John 2:9)
Who called the bridegroom?
The master of the feast. (John 2:9)
The master of the feast called the bridegroom and said
what to him?
"Everyone serves the good wine first, and when people have drunk freely, then the poor wine. But you have kept the good wine until now." (John 2:9)
Who tasted the water now become wine?
The master of the feast. (John 2:9)
The servants who had what knew where it came from?
Drawn the water. (John 2:9)
Everyone serves what first?
The good wine. (John 2:10)
You have kept what until now?
The good wine. (John 2:10)
Who have kept the good wine until now?
(You) The bridegroom. (John 2:10)
2PT: Everyone serves what?
The good wine first, and when people have *drunk
freely*, then the poor wine. (John 2:10)
Jesus did what at Cana in Galilee?
This, the first of his signs. (John 2:11)
This, the first of his signs, Jesus did where?
At Cana in Galilee. (John 2:11)
His disciples believed in whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 2:11)
This, the what, Jesus did at Cana in Galilee?
The first of his signs. (John 2:11)
2PT: This, the first of his signs, Jesus what?
Did at Cana in Galilee, and manifested his glory.
(John 2:11)
3PT: He went down to Capernaum, with whom?
His mother and his brothers and his disciples. (John
2:12)
After this, he went down to where?
Capernaum. (John 2:12)
He went down to where?
Capernaum. (John 2:12)
He went down to Capernaum when?
After this (the wedding at Cana in Galilee). (John
2:12)
Jesus, with his mother and his brothers and his
disciples, stayed where for a few days?
(There) Capernaum. (John 2:12)
The Passover of the Jews was at hand, and Jesus went
where?
Up to Jerusalem. (John 2:13)
3PT: In the temple he found those who were selling what?
Oxen, and sheep, and pigeons. (John 2:14)
4PT: In the temple he found whom?
Those who were selling oxen and sheep and pigeons, and the money-changers sitting there. (John 2:14)
The money-changers were sitting where?
(There) In the temple. (John 2:14)
And making a what?
Whip of cords. (John 2:15)
Making a whip of cords, he what?
Drove them all out of the temple. (John 2:15)
2PT: He drove them all out of the temple, with what?
The sheep and oxen. (John 2:15)
He poured out what of the money-changers?
The coins. (John 2:15)
He poured out the coins of whom?
The money-changers. (John 2:15)
Making what, he drove them out of the temple?
A whip of cords. (John 2:15)
He poured out the coins of the money-changers and
what?
Overturned their tables. (John 2:15)
He overturned whose tables?
(Their) The money-changers'. (John 2:15)
He overturned what?
Their (money-changers') tables. (John 2:15)
Jesus overturned whose tables?
(Their) The money-changers'. (John 2:15)
Do not make my Father's house what?
A house of trade. (John 2:16)
He told those who sold the pigeons what?
"Take these things away; do not make my Father's
house a house of trade." (John 2:16)
Do not make what a house of trade?
My Father's house. (John 2:16)
Zeal for your house will what?
Consume me. (John 2:17)
Who remembered that it was written, "Zeal for your
house will consume me"?
His disciples. (John 2:17)
Zeal for what will consume me?
Your house. (John 2:17)
So who said to him, "What sign do you show us for
doing these things?"
The Jews. (John 2:18)
So the Jews said to him what?
"What sign do you show us for doing these things?" (John 2:18)
Destroy this temple, and in three days I will what?
Raise it up. (John 2:19)
Destroy this temple, and what?
In three days I will raise it up. (John 2:19)
It has taken forty-six years to build what?
This temple. (John 2:20)
It has taken how long to build this temple?
Forty-six years. (John 2:20)
It has taken forty-six years to build this temple, and
will you what?
Raise it up in three days? (John 2:20)
But he was speaking about what?
The temple of his body. (John 2:21)
Jesus was speaking about the temple of what?
His body. (John 2:21)
But who was speaking about the temple of his body?
(He) Jesus. (John 2:21)
His disciples remembered that he had said this when?
When therefore he was raised from the dead. (John
2:22)
3PT: When therefore he was raised from the dead, his
disciples what?
Remembered that he had said this, and they believed the Scripture and the word that Jesus had spoken. (John 2:22)
They believed the Scripture and what?
The word that Jesus had spoken. (John 2:22)
2PT: His disciples remembered that he had said this, and they what?
Believed the Scripture and the word that Jesus had
spoken. (John 2:22)
Many believed in his name when they saw what?
The signs that he (Jesus) was doing. (John 2:23)
He was where at the Passover Feast?
In Jerusalem. (John 2:23)
When he was in Jerusalem at the Passover Feast, many believed in what?
His name. (John 2:23)
When they saw the signs that he was doing, many what?
Believed in his name. (John 2:23)
Because he knew whom?
All people. (John 2:24)
3PT: Jesus on his part did not entrust himself to them,
why?
Because he knew all people and needed no one to bear witness about man, for he himself knew what was in man. (John 2:24-25)
Jesus on his part did not what?
Entrust himself to them. (John 2:24)
Who did not entrust himself to them?
Jesus. (John 2:24)
Jesus himself knew what was where?
In man. (John 2:25)