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John - Chapter 4

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Jesus learned that the Pharisees had heard what?
That Jesus was making and baptizing more disciples than John. (John 4:1)
Jesus was making more disciples than whom?
John. (John 4:1)
Jesus was baptizing more disciples than whom?
John. (John 4:1)
Who was making and baptizing more disciples than
John?
Jesus. (John 4:1)
Jesus himself did not what?
Baptize. (John 4:2)
Jesus himself did not baptize, but only whom?
His disciples. (John 4:2)
Only his disciples did what?
Baptize. (John 4:2)
Who left Judea and departed again for Galilee?
(He) Jesus. (John 4:3)
He left Judea and departed again for where?
Galilee. (John 4:3)
Jesus left Judea and departed again for where?
Galilee. (John 4:3)
Who had to pass through Samaria?
(He) Jesus. (John 4:4)
He had to pass through where?
Samaria. (John 4:4)
Jesus came to a town of Samaria called what?
Sychar. (John 4:5)
What is called Sychar?
A town in Samaria. (John 4:5)
Sychar was near the field that Jacob had given to
whom?
His son Joseph. (John 4:5)
Jacob had given what to his son Joseph?
The field (near Sychar). (John 4:5)
Jacob's well was where?
(There - a town of Samaria called) Sychar (near the field that Jacob had given to his son Joseph). (John 4:6)
Who was wearied from his journey?
Jesus. (John 4:6)
Jesus was wearied from what?
His journey. (John 4:6)
Jesus, wearied as he was from his journey, was
sitting where?
Beside the well. (John 4:6)
Who was sitting beside the well?
Jesus. (John 4:6)
Jesus was sitting beside the well when?
It was about the sixth hour. (John 4:6)
Jesus was sitting beside the well why?
Wearied as he was from the journey. (John 4:6)
A woman from Samaria came to what?
Draw water. (John 4:7)
Who came to draw water?
A woman from Samaria. (John 4:7)
His disciples had gone where?
Away into the city (to buy food). (John 4:8)
Who had gone away into the city to buy food?
His (Jesus') disciples. (John 4:8)
Jesus' disciples had gone away into the city to what?
Buy food. (John 4:8)
Jews have no dealings with whom?
Samaritans. (John 4:9)
Who have no dealings with Samaritans?
Jews. (John 4:9)
2PT: What if you knew the gift of God?
You would have asked him, and he would have given you living water. (John 4:10)
Who would have given you living water?
(He) Who it is that is saying to you, 'Give me a
drink.' (John 4:10)
Who have nothing to draw with?
(You) Jesus. (John 4:11)
The well is what?
Deep. (John 4:11)
What is deep?
The well. (John 4:11)
Who gave us the well?
(He) Our father Jacob. (John 4:12)
3PT: Who drank from the well?
(He) Our father Jacob (himself), as did his sons and
his livestock. (John 4:12)
Everyone who drinks this water will be what?
Thirsty (again). (John 4:13)
Who will be thirsty again?
Everyone who drinks this water. (John 4:13)
Whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will what?
Never be thirsty again. (John 4:14)
Who will never be thirsty again?
Whoever drinks of the water that I (Jesus) will give
him. (John 4:14)
The water that I will give him will become in him what?
A spring of water welling up to eternal life. (John 4:14)
What will become in him a spring of water welling
up to eternal life?
The water that I (Jesus) will give him. (John 4:14)
2PT: Give me this water why?
So that I will not be thirsty or have to come here to
draw water. (John 4:15)
You are right in saying what?
"I have no husband." (John 4:17)
You have had how many husbands?
Five. (John 4:18)
Who have had five husbands?
(You) The Samaritan woman. (John 4:18)
The one you now have is not what?
Your husband. (John 4:18)
Who is not your husband?
The one you now have. (John 4:18)
I perceive that you are a what?
Prophet. (John 4:19)
Our fathers worshiped where?
On this mountain. (John 4:20)
Who worshiped on this mountain?
Our fathers. (John 4:20)
You say that in Jerusalem is what?
The place where people ought to worship. (John 4:20)
The place where people ought to worship is where?
In Jerusalem. (John 4:20)
2PT: Neither where will you worship the Father?
Neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem. (John
4:21)
2PT: The hour is coming when you will worship the Father where?
Neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem. (John
4:21)
Neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem will you
what?
Worship the Father. (John 4:21)
You worship what?
What you do not know. (John 4:22)
Who worship what you do not know?
You. (John 4:22)
We worship what?
What we know. (John 4:22)
We worship what we know, why?
For salvation is from the Jews. (John 4:22)
Salvation is from whom?
The Jews. (John 4:22)
What is from the Jews?
Salvation. (John 4:22)
2PT: The true worshipers will worship the Father how?
In spirit and truth. (John 4:23)
Who will worship the Father in spirit and truth?
The true worshipers. (John 4:23)
The true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit
and truth, why?
For the Father is seeking such people to worship him. (John 4:23)
The Father is seeking whom to worship him?
Such people (true worshipers, who will worship the Father in spirit and truth). (John 4:23)
The Father is seeking such people to what?
Worship him. (John 4:23)
Who is spirit?
God. (John 4:24) (cf 3:6)
2PT: Those who worship him must worship how?
In spirit and truth. (John 4:24)
Who must worship in spirit and truth?
Those who worship him (God). (John 4:24)
I know that who is coming?
Messiah (he who is called Christ). (John 4:25)
Who is called Christ?
Messiah. (John 4:25)
Messiah is called what?
Christ. (John 4:25)
Who will tell us all things?
(He) Messiah (he who is called Christ). (John 4:25)
He will us all things when?
When he (Messiah) comes. (John 4:25)
When Messiah comes, he will tell us what?
All things. (John 4:25)
Messiah will us all things when?
When he comes. (John 4:25)
I who speak to you am who?
(He) Messiah. (John 4:26)
His disciples came back when?
Just then. (John 4:27)
Just then who came back?
His disciples. (John 4:27)
They marveled that he was talking with whom?
A woman. (John 4:27)
Who marveled that he was talking with a woman?
(They) His disciples. (John 4:27)
2PT: No one said what?
"What do you seek?" or, "Why are you talking with
her?" (John 4:27)
His disciples marveled that Jesus was talking with whom?
A woman. (John 4:27)
The woman left her water jar and went away where?
Into town (Sychar). (John 4:28)
Who left her water jar?
The (Samaritan) woman. (John 4:28)
Come, see a man who told me what?
All that I ever did. (John 4:29)
Who came out of the town?
(They) The people. (John 4:30)
Who were coming to him?
(They) The people. (John 4:30)
Who were urging him, saying, "Rabbi, eat"?
The disciples. (John 4:31)
Who were urging Jesus, saying, "Rabbi, eat"?
The disciples. (John 4:31)
I have food to eat that you do not what?
Know about. (John 4:32)
2PT: My food is to what?
To do the will of him who sent me (Jesus), and to
accomplish his work. (John 4:34)
Do you not say what?
"There are yet four months, then comes the
harvest." (John 4:35)
There are yet four months, then comes what?
The harvest. (John 4:35)
Lift up what?
Your eyes. (John 4:35)
Lift up your eyes, and see what?
That the fields are white for harvest. (John 4:35)
The fields are white for what?
Harvest. (John 4:35)
What are white for harvest?
The fields. (John 4:35)
Already the one who reaps is receiving what?
Wages. (John 4:36)
Who is receiving wages?
The one who reaps. (John 4:36)
Already the one who reaps is gathering what?
Fruit for eternal life. (John 4:36)
Who is gathering fruit for eternal life?
The one who reaps. (John 4:36)
Already the one who reaps is receiving wages and
gathering fruit for eternal life why?
So that sower and reaper may rejoice together.
(John 4:36)
Sower and reaper may what together?
Rejoice. (John 4:36)
2PT: Who may rejoice together?
Sower and reaper (John 4:36)
2PT: Already the one who reaps is what?
Receiving wages and gathering fruit for eternal life. (John 4:36)
Here what saying holds true?
"One sows and another reaps." (John 4:37)
What holds true?
The saying, "One sows and another reaps." (John 4:37)
One sows and another what?
Reaps. (John 4:37)
I sent you to reap what?
That for which you did not labor. (John 4:38)
Who have labored?
Others. (John 4:38)
Others have labored, and you have entered into
what?
Their labor. (John 4:38)
You have entered into what?
Their labor. (John 4:38)
Who sent you to reap that for which you did not
labor?
(I) Jesus.
Many Samaritans from that town believed in him why?
Because of the woman's testimony, "He told me all that I ever did." (John 4:39)
Who believed in Jesus because of the woman's
testimony?
Many Samaritans from that town. (John 4:39)
The woman's testimony was what?
"He told me all that I ever did." (John 4:39)
They asked him to what?
Stay with them (Samaritans from that town). (John
4:40)
They asked whom to stay with them?
(Him) Jesus. (John 4:40)
They asked him to stay with them, and he stayed
there how long?
Two days. (John 4:40)
Who asked Jesus to stay with them?
(They) The Samaritans from that town. (John 4:40)
Many Samaritans from that town asked Jesus to
what?
Stay with them. (John 4:40)
Many Samaritans from that town asked Jesus to stay
with them, and he stayed there how long?
Two days. (John 4:40)
Who believed because of his word?
Many more. (John 4:41)
Many more believed because of what?
His (Jesus') word. (John 4:41)
It is no longer because of what that we believe?
What you (the Samaritan woman) said. (John 4:42)
Who is indeed the Savior of the world?
(This) Jesus. (John 4:42)
We have heard for ourselves, and we know what?
That this is indeed the Savior of the world. (John
4:42)
After the two days he departed for where?
Galilee. (John 4:43)
After the two days Jesus departed for where?
Galilee. (John 4:43)
After the two days who departed for Galilee?
(He) Jesus. (John 4:43)
Jesus himself had testified that what?
A prophet has no honor in his own hometown. (John 4:44)
Who had testified that a prophet has no honor in his
own hometown?
Jesus himself. (John 4:44)
A prophet has no honor where?
In his own hometown. (John 4:44)
Who has no honor in his own hometown?
A prophet. (John 4:44)
The Galileans welcomed whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 4:45)
Who welcomed him?
The Galileans. (John 4:45)
The Galileans welcomed him when?
When he came to Galilee. (John 4:45)
The Galileans welcomed him, having seen what?
All that he had done in Jerusalem at the feast. (John
4:45)
Who welcomed him, having seen all that he had
done in Jerusalem at the feast?
The Galileans. (John 4:45)
They had seen all that he had done in Jerusalem at
the Passover Feast why?
For they also had been there. (John 4:45)
Who welcomed Jesus, having seen all that he had
done in Jerusalem at the feast?
The Galileans. (John 4:45)
He had made the water what?
Wine. (John 4:46)
He had made what wine?
The water. (John 4:46)
Who had made the water wine?
(He) Jesus. (John 4:46)
Where had Jesus made the water wine?
Cana in Galilee. (John 4:46)
There was an official whose son was ill where?
At Capernaum. (John 4:46)
At Capernaum there was an official whose son was what?
Ill. (John 4:46)
This man heard what?
That Jesus had come from Judea to Galilee. (John
4:47)
Who heard that Jesus had come from Judea to
Galilee?
This man (an official whose son was ill). (John 4:47)
2PT: The official went to Jesus and asked him to what?
Come down and heal his son. (John 4:47)
Who asked Jesus to come down and heal his son?
(He) The official. (John 4:47)
Who was at the point of death?
His (official's) son. (John 4:47)
The official's son was at the point of what?
Death. (John 4:47)
This man heard that Jesus had come from Judea to
where?
Galilee. (John 4:47)
What man heard that Jesus had come from Judea to
Galilee?
(This) An official whose son was ill. (John 4:47)
You will not believe unless what?
Unless you see signs and wonders. (John 4:48)
2PT: Unless you see what you will not believe?
Signs and wonders. (John 4:48)
The man believed what?
The word that Jesus spoke to him. (John 4:50)
Who believed the word that Jesus spoke to him?
The man (the official whose son was ill). (John 4:50)
Who went on his way?
The man (the official whose son was ill). (John 4:50)
His servants met him and told him what?
That his son was recovering. (John 4:51)
His servants met him when?
As he was going down. (John 4:51)
Who was recovering?
His (the official's) son. (John 4:51)
He asked them the hour when he began to what?
Get better. (John 4:52)
Who asked them the hour when he began to get
better?
(He) The official. (John 4:52)
The fever left him when?
Yesterday at the seventh hour. (John 4:52)
Yesterday at the seventh hour what left him?
The fever. (John 4:52)
The official asked his servants the hour when his son
began to what?
Get better. (John 4:52)
The father knew that was the hour when Jesus had
said what to him?
"Your son will live." (John 4:53)
He himself and all his household what?
Believed. (John 4:53)
This was now the second sign that who did?
Jesus. (John 4:54)
This was now the second sign that Jesus did when?
When he had come from Judea to Galilee. (John 4:54)
What was the second sign that Jesus did when he had
come from Judea to Galilee?
(This) Healed the official's son. (John 4:54)