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John - Chapter 13

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It was just before what?
The Passover Feast. (John 13:1)
Having loved whom?
His (Jesus') own who were in the world. (John 13:1)
Jesus loved whom to the end?
(Them) His own who were in the world. (John 13:1)
Having loved his own who were in the world, he what?
Loved them to the end. (John 13:1)
The devil had already put it into the heart of Judas Iscariot to what?
Betray him (Jesus). (John 13:2)
Who had already put it into the heart of Judas Iscariot to betray Jesus?
The devil. (John 13:2)
Who was Simon's son?
Judas Iscariot. (John 13:2)
Judas Iscariot was whose son?
Simon. (John 13:2)
The devil had already put it into the heart of Judas Iscariot to betray Jesus when?
During supper. (John 13:2)
Who had already put it into the heart of Judas Iscariot to betray him?
The devil. (John 13:2)
The Father had given what into his hands?
All things. (John 13:3)
The Father had given all things into what?
His (Jesus') hands. (John 13:3)
Who had given all things into Jesus' hands?
The Father. (John 13:3)
Who had come from God?
(He) Jesus. (John 13:3)
He had come from whom?
God. (John 13:3)
He was going back where?
To God. (John 13:3)
Who was going back to God?
(He) Jesus. (John 13:3)
The Father had given what into Jesus' hands?
All things. (John 13:3)
Who rose from supper?
Jesus. (John 13:4)
Who laid aside his outer garments?
(He) Jesus. (John 13:4)
Taking a towel, he tied it where?
Around his waist. (John 13:4)
He laid aside what?
His outer garments. (John 13:4)
Jesus laid aside what?
His outer garments. (John 13:4)
He poured water where?
Into a basin. (John 13:5)
Who poured water into a basin?
(He) Jesus. (John 13:5)
He began to wash what?
The disciples' feet. (John 13:5)
Who began to wash the disciples' feet?
(He) Jesus. (John 13:5)
2PT: He poured water into a basin and began to what?
To wash the disciples' feet and to dry them with the
towel that was wrapped around him. (John 13:5)
Jesus poured water where?
Into a basin. (John 13:5)
Jesus began to wash what?
The disciples' feet. (John 13:5)
What was wrapped around him?
The towel. (John 13:5)
You will understand when?
Afterward. (John 13:7)
You do not understand what now?
What I am doing (washing the disciples' feet). (John 13:7)
You shall never wash what?
My (Peter's) feet. (John 13:8)
You have no share with me if I do not what?
Wash you (Peter). (John 13:8)
2PT: Not my feet only but also what?
My hands and my head. (John 13:9)
The one who has bathed does not need to wash, except for what?
His feet. (John 13:10)
Who does not need to wash, except for his feet?
The one who has bathed. (John 13:10)
Who is completely clean?
The one who has bathed. (John 13:10)
You are clean, but not what?
Every one of you. (John 13:10)
Who knew who was to betray him?
(He) Jesus. (John 13:11)
That was why he said what?
"Not all of you are clean." (John 13:11)
Jesus knew who was to betray him; that was why he said what?
"Not all of you are clean." (John 13:11)
3PT: When he had what, he said to them, "Do you understand what I have done to you?"
Washed their feet and put on his outer garments and resumed his place. (John 13:12)
2PT: You call me what?
Teacher and Lord. (John 13:13)
You call me Teacher and Lord, and you are right why?
For so I am. (John 13:13)
Who call me Teacher and Lord?
(You) The disciples. (John 13:13)
If I then, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to what?
Wash one another's feet. (John 13:14)
You also ought to wash one another's feet, if what?
If I then, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet. (John 13:14)
You also ought to wash what?
One another's feet. (John 13:14)
I have given you an example, that you also should what?
Do as I (Jesus) have done to you. (John 13:15)
Who also should do as I have done to you?
(You) The disciples. (John 13:15)
A servant is not greater than whom?
His master. (John 13:16)
Who is not greater than his master?
A servant. (John 13:16)
Nor is a messenger greater than whom?
The one who sent him. (John 13:16)
If you know these things, what if you do them?
Blessed are you. (John 13:17)
Blessed are you when?
If you know these things, blessed are you if you do them. (John 13:17)
What if you do them?
Blessed are you. (John 13:17)
I am not speaking of whom?
All of you (disciples). (John 13:18)
What Scripture will be fulfilled?
"He who ate my bread has lifted his heel against me." (John 13:18)
He who ate my bread has what?
Lifted his heel against me. (John 13:18)
Who has lifted his heel against me?
He who ate my bread. (John 13:18)
I am telling you this now, before it takes place, why?
That when it does take place you may believe that I am he. (John 13:19)
You may believe that I am he when?
When it (the betrayal) does take place. (John 13:19)
2PT: I am telling you this when?
Now, before it takes place. (John 13:19)
Whoever receives the one I send receives whom?
(Me) Jesus. (John 13:20)
Who receives me?
Whoever receives the one I (Jesus) send. (John 13:20)
Whoever receives me receives whom?
The one who sent me (Jesus). (John 13:20)
Who receives the one who sent me?
Whoever receives me. (John 13:20)
Who was troubled in his spirit?
Jesus. (John 13:21)
One of you will what?
Betray me (Jesus). (John 13:21)
Who will betray me?
One of you (disciples). (John 13:21)
Jesus was troubled in his spirit when?
After saying these things. (John 13:21)
The disciples looked at whom?
One another. (John 13:22)
The disciples looked at one another, uncertain of what?
Whom he (Jesus) spoke. (John 13:22)
Who looked at one another?
The disciples. (John 13:22)
Who looked at one another, uncertain of whom he
spoke?
The disciples. (John 13:22)
The disciples were uncertain of what?
Whom he (Jesus) spoke. (John 13:22)
One of his disciples, whom Jesus loved, was reclining
where?
At table at Jesus' side. (John 13:23)
Who was reclining at table at Jesus' side?
One of his disciples, whom Jesus loved. (John 13:23)
Simon Peter motioned to whom to ask Jesus of whom he was speaking?
One of his disciples, whom Jesus loved. (John 13:24)
Who motioned to him to ask Jesus of whom he was speaking?
Simon Peter. (John 13:24)
Who was leaning back against Jesus?
That disciple (one of his disciples, whom Jesus loved). (John 13:25)
Leaning back against Jesus, that disciple said what to him?
"Lord, who is it?" (John 13:25)
It is he to whom I will give what?
This morsel of bread (when I (Jesus) have dipped it). (John 13:26)
When he had dipped the morsel, he gave it to whom?
Judas, the son of Simon Iscariot. (John 13:26)
When he had dipped what, he gave it to Judas?
(It) The morsel (of bread). (John 13:26)
When Jesus had dipped the morsel, he gave it to whom?
Judas, the son of Simon Iscariot. (John 13:26)
When Jesus had dipped what, he gave it to Judas?
(It) The morsel (of bread). (John 13:26)
After Judas had taken the morsel, Satan what?
Entered into him. (John 13:27)
Satan entered into whom?
(Him) Judas. (John 13:27)
Satan entered into him when?
After he (Judas) had taken the morsel. (John 13:27)
Satan entered into Judas when?
After he had taken the morsel. (John 13:27)
No one at the table knew what?
Why he (Jesus) said this to him (Judas). (John 13:28)
Who knew why Jesus said this to Judas?
No one at the table. (John 13:28)
Judas had the what?
The moneybag. (John 13:29)
Who had the moneybag?
Judas. (John 13:29)
2PT: Some thought what, because Judas had the moneybag?
That Jesus was telling him (Judas), "Buy what we need for the feast," or that he should give something to the poor. (John 13:29)
After receiving the morsel of bread, he what?
He (Judas) immediately went out. (John 13:30)
Judas immediately went out when?
After receiving the morsel of bread. (John 13:30)
It was night when?
When Judas went out. (John 13:30)
After receiving the morsel of bread, Judas what?
Immediately went out. (John 13:30)
He immediately went out when?
After receiving the morsel of bread. (John 13:30)
2PT: Who is glorified now?
Now is the Son of Man glorified, and God is glorified in him. (John 13:31)
2PT: If God is glorified in him, God will what?
(Also) Glorify him in himself, and glorify him at once. (John 13:32)
God will glorify whom?
(Him) The Son of Man. (John 13:32)
2PT: God will glorify him how?
In himself, and at once. (John 13:32)
Who will glorify him in himself?
God. (John 13:32)
Who will glorify him at once?
God. (John 13:32)
Little children, yet a little while I am what?
With you. (John 13:33)
I am with you how long?
Yet a little while. (John 13:33)
Yet a little while I am with whom?
(You) Little children (disciples).
Where I am going who cannot come?
(You) Little children (disciples). (John 13:33)
I said to the Jews what?
"Where I am going you cannot come." (John 13:33)
A new commandment I give you, that you what?
Love one another. (John 13:34)
Just as I have loved you, you also are to what?
Love one another. (John 13:34)
You are to love one another how?
Just as I (Jesus) have loved you. (John 13:34)
By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you what?
Have love for one another. (John 13:35)
If you have love for one another, all people will know what?
That you are my (Jesus') disciples. (John 13:35)
You cannot follow me now where?
Where I (Jesus) am going. (John 13:36)
You will follow afterward where?
Where I (Jesus) am going. (John 13:36)
Why can I not what?
Follow you (Jesus) now? (John 13:37)
I will lay down my life for whom?
(You) Jesus. (John 13:37)
I will lay down what for you?
My (Peter's) life. (John 13:37)
The rooster will not crow till you have what?
Denied me three times. (John 13:38)
Will you lay down what for me?
Your life? (John 13:38)
Till you have denied me three times, the rooster will not what?
Crow. (John 13:38)