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John - Chapter 3

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There was a man of the Pharisees named, what?
Nicodemus. (John 3:1)
2PT: Who was Nicodemus?
A man of the Pharisees, a ruler of the Jews. (John 3:1)
Who was a man of the Pharisees?
Nicodemus. (John 3:1)
There was a man of whom named Nicodemus?
The Pharisees. (John 3:1)
Nicodemus ruled whom?
The Jews. (John 3:1)
This man came to Jesus when?
By night. (John 3:2)
Rabbi we know that you are what?
A teacher come from God. (John 3:2)
Unless one is born again, what?
He cannot see the kingdom of God. (John 3:3)
Can a man be born, when?
When he is old? (John 3:4)
Can he enter a second time into what?
His mother's womb. (John 3:4)
2PT: He cannot enter the kingdom of God, unless what?
One is born of water and the Spirit. (John 3:5)
One is born of, what?
Water and the Spirit. (John 3:5)
That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and what?
That which is born of the Spirit is spirit. (John 3:6)
Do not marvel that I said to you, what?
You must be born again. (John 3:7)
The wind blows where?
Where it wishes. (John 3:8)
3PT: The wind blows where it wishes, and what?
You hear its sound, but you do not know where it
comes from or where it goes. (John 3:8)
The wind does what?
Blows where it wishes. (John 3:8)
You hear its sound, but you do not know what?
Where it comes from or where it goes. (John 3:8)
You do not know where what comes from?
The wind (it). (John 3:8)
Are you the teacher of Israel and yet what?
You do not understand these things? (John 3:10)
Are you the teacher of what?
Israel? (John 3:10)
And yet, what?
You do not understand these things? (John 3:10)
We speak of what we know and what?
Bear witness to what we have seen. (John 3:11)
But you do not receive what?
Our testimony. (John 3:11)
We speak of what we know and bear witness to what
we have seen, but what?
You do not receive our testimony. (John 3:11)
If I have told you what?
Earthly things. (John 3:12)
If I have told you earthly things and what?
You do not believe. (John 3:12)
How can you believe if what?
I tell you heavenly things? (John 3:12)
2PT: No one has ascended into heaven except who?
He who descended from heaven, the Son of Man. (John 3:13)
Who is he who descended from heaven?
The Son of Man. (John 3:13)
Who ascended into heaven and descended from
heaven?
The Son of Man. (John 3:13)
Moses lifted up what?
The serpent in the wilderness. (John 3:14)
As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so
must what?
The Son of Man be lifted up. (John 3:14)
Moses lifted up the serpent where?
In the wilderness. (John 3:14)
As Moses did what?
Lifted up the serpent in the wilderness. (John 3:14)
Who lifted up the serpent in the wilderness?
Moses. (John 3:14)
Who may have eternal life?
Whoever believes in him. (John 3:15)
2PT: Whoever believes in him should what?
Not perish but have eternal life. (John 3:16)
Whoever believes in him should not perish but what?
Have eternal life. (John 3:16)
Who so loved the world?
God. (John 3:16)
God gave his only what?
Son. (John 3:16)
For God so loved the world that what?
He have his only son (that whoever believes in him
should not perish but have eternal life). (John 3:16)
Who should have eternal life?
Whoever believes in him (his only Son). (John 3:16)
For God did not what?
Send his son into the world to condemn the world.
(John 3:17)
Who might be saved through him?
The world. (John 3:17)
For God did not send his son into the world to what?
Condemn the world. (John 3:17)
Whoever believes in him is not what?
Condemned. (John 3:18)
Whoever does not believe is what?
Condemned already. (John 3:18)
He has not believed in whom?
The name of the only Son of God. (John 3:18)
Who is condemned already?
Whoever does not believe. (John 3:18)
Who is not condemned?
Whoever believes in him (his Son). (John 3:18)
2PT: What is the judgment?
The light has come into the world, and people loved the darkness rather than the light because their works were evil. (John 3:19)
The light has what?
Come into the world. (John 3:19)
People loved the darkness rather than the light because why?
Their works were evil. (John 3:19)
For everyone who does wicked things hates what?
The light. (John 3:20)
Who hates the light?
Everyone who does wicked things. (John 3:20)
2PT: Everyone who does wicked things what?
Hates the light and does not come to the light (lest his works should be exposed). (John 3:20)
Who does not come to the light?
Everyone who does wicked things. (John 3:20)
Everyone who hates the light does not what?
Come to the light. (John 3:20)
Everyone who does wicked does not come to the light why?
Lest his works should be exposed. (John 3:20)
But whoever does what is true does what?
Comes to the light. (John 3:21)
His works have been carried out in whom?
God. (John 3:21)
Who comes to the light?
Whoever does what is true. (John 3:21)
What may be clearly seen?
That his works have been carried out in God. (John
3:21)
2PT: Jesus and his disciples went into the *Judean
countryside* and what?
He remained there with them and was baptizing.
(John 3:22)
Jesus went into the Judean countryside with
whom?
His disciples. (John 3:22)
Who also was baptizing?
John. (John 3:23)
John also was baptizing where?
At Aenon near Salim. (John 3:23)
3PT: John also was baptizing at Aenon near Salim, why?
Because water was plentiful there, and people were coming and being baptized. (John 3:23)
Where was water plentiful?
At Aenon near Salim. (John 3:23)
At Aenon near Salim, people were coming and what?
Being baptized. (John 3:23)
Who had not yet been put in prison?
John. (John 3:24)
What arose between some of John's disciples and a
Jew?
A discussion. (John 3:25)
2PT: A discussion arose between whom?
Some of John's disciples and a Jew. (John 3:25)
A discussion arose between some of John's disciples and a Jew over what?
Purification. (John 3:25)
He who was with you across the Jordan is what?
A. Baptizing (and all are going to him). (John 3:26)
2PT: Who came to John?
Some of John's disciples and a Jew. (John 3:26)
He who was with you where?
Across the Jordan. (John 3:26)
He who was with you across the Jordan, to whom,
what?
You bore witness. (John 3:26)
He is baptizing and what?
All are going to him. (John 3:26)
A person cannot receive even one thing unless what?
It is given him from heaven. (John 3:27)
A person cannot receive what?
Even one thing. (John 3:27)
A person cannot receive even one thing unless it is
given him from where?
Heaven. (John 3:27)
I am not the Christ but what?
I have been sent before him. (John 3:28)
You yourselves what?
Bear me witness. (John 3:28)
Who am not the Christ?
(I) John. (John 3:28)
The one who has the bride is what?
The bridegroom. (John 3:29)
Therefore this joy of mine is what?
Now complete. (John 3:29)
The friend of the bridegroom, who stands and hears
him, does what?
Rejoices greatly at the bridegroom's voice. (John 3:29)
Who rejoices greatly at the bridegroom's voice?
The friend of the bridegroom. (John 3:29)
He must what?
Increase. (John 3:30)
But I must what?
Decrease. (John 3:30)
Who must increase?
(He) Jesus. (John 3:30)
Who must decrease?
(I) John. (John 3:30)
He who comes from above is what?
Above all. (John 3:31)
He who is of the earth belongs where?
To the earth. (John 3:31)
2PT: He who is of the earth what?
Belongs to the earth and speaks in an earthly way. (John 3:31)
Who speaks in an earthly way?
He who is of the earth. (John 3:31)
He bears witness to what?
What he has seen and heard. (John 3:32)
Yet no one, what?
Receives his testimony. (John 3:32)
He bears witness to what he has seen and heard, yet,
what?
No one receives his testimony. (John 3:32)
No one receives his what?
His testimony. (John 3:32)
Whoever receives his testimony does what?
Sets his seal to this, that God is true. (John 3:33)
Sets his seal to what?
That God is true. (John 3:33)
Who sets his seal to this, that God is true?
Whoever receives his testimony. (John 3:33)
Whoever receives his testimony sets his seal to what?
That God is true. (John 3:33)
For he whom God has sent does what?
Utters the words of God. (John 3:34)
He gives the Spirit without what?
Measure. (John 3:34)
Who utters the words of God?
He whom God has sent. (John 3:34)
He gives what without measure?
The Spirit. (John 3:34)
The Father loves whom?
The Son (John 3:35)
The Father loves the Son and what?
Has given all things into his hand. (John 3:35)
Who has been given all things into his hand?
The Son. (John 3:35)
Who has given all things into his hand?
The Father. (John 3:35)
Whoever believes in the Son has what?
Eternal life. (John 3:36)
Who has eternal life?
Whoever believes in the Son. (John 3:36)
Whoever does not obey the Son shall what?
Not see life. (John 3:36)
Whoever does not obey the Son shall not see life but
what?
The wrath of God remains on him. (John 3:36)
The wrath of God remains on whom?
Whoever does not obey the Son. (John 3:36)