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I am the true vine, and my Father is what?
The vinedresser. (John 15:1)
I am the true what?
Vine. (John 15:1)
Who is the vinedresser?
My Father. (John 15:1)
He takes away what?
Every branch of mine (Jesus') that does not bear
fruit. (John 15:2)
Who takes away every branch of mine that does not bear fruit?
(He) My Father. (John 15:2)
Every branch of mine that does not bear fruit he what?
Takes away. (John 15:2)
He prunes what?
Every branch that does bear fruit. (John 15:2)
Every branch that does bear fruit he prunes why?
That it may bear more fruit. (John 15:2)
Every branch that does bear fruit he what?
Prunes. (John 15:2)
Already you are what?
Clean. (John 15:3)
Already you are clean because of what?
The word that I (Jesus) have spoken to you. (John
15:3)
Abide in me and what?
I in you. (John 15:4)
The branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it what?
Abides in the vine. (John 15:4)
The branch cannot bear fruit how?
By itself. (John 15:4)
What cannot bear fruit by itself?
The branch. (John 15:4)
Unless it abides in the vine, the branch cannot what?
Bear fruit by itself. (John 15:4)
Neither can you, unless you what?
Abide in me (Jesus). (John 15:4)
Neither can you what, unless you abide in me?
Bear fruit. (John 15:4)
Who is the vine?
(I) Jesus. (John 15:5)
Who are the branches?
You (disciples). (John 15:5)
Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is who what?
Bears much fruit. (John 15:5)
2PT: Who is it who bears much fruit?
Whoever abides in me and I in him. (John 15:5) (cf
12:24)
Apart from me you can what?
Do nothing. (John 15:5)
You can do nothing how?
Apart from me (Jesus). (John 15:5)
2PT: If anyone does not abide in me he what?
He is thrown away like a branch and withers. (John 15:6)
Who is *thrown away like a branch and withers?
(He) If anyone does not abide in me (Jesus). (John
15:6)
What are gathered?
The branches. (John 15:6)
What are thrown into the fire?
The branches. (John 15:6)
What are burned?
The branches. (John 15:6)
What if you abide in me, and my words abide in you?
Ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you.
(John 15:7)
2PT: Ask whatever you wish and it will be done for you if what?
If you abide in me (Jesus), and my words remain in
you. (John 15:7)
2PT: My Father is glorified by what?
(This) That you bear much fruit and so prove to be my disciples. (John 15:8)
2PT: By this my Father is glorified, that you what?
Bear much fruit and so prove to be my disciples.
(John 15:8)
As the Father has loved me, so have I what?
Loved you. (John 15:9)
I have loved you how?
As the Father has loved me (Jesus). (John 15:9) (cf
13:34)
What if you keep my commandments?
You will abide in my love. (John 15:10)
You will abide in my love if you what?
Keep my commandments. (John 15:10)
I have kept what?
My Father's commandments. (John 15:10)
I abide in what?
His (my Father's) love. (John 15:10)
If you keep my commandments, you will what?
Abide in my love. (John 15:10)
My joy may be where?
In you. (John 15:11)
What may be in you?
My (Jesus') joy. (John 15:11)
Your joy may be what?
Full. (John 15:11) (cf 16:24)
What may be full?
Your joy. (John 15:11) (cf 16:24)
2PT: These things I have spoken to you why?
That my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be full. (John 15:11) (cf 14:25)
This is my commandment, that you what?
Love one another as I have loved you. (John 15:12)
Love one another how?
As I (Jesus) have loved you. (John 15:12) (cf 13:34)
Greater love has no one than what?
(This) That someone lay down his life for his friends. (John 15:13)
You are my friends if you do what?
What I (Jesus) command you. (John 15:14)
What if you do what I command you?
You are my friends. (John 15:14)
No longer do I call you what?
Servants. (John 15:15)
No longer do I call you servants, why?
For the servant does not know what his master is
doing. (John 15:15)
The servant does not know what?
What his master is doing. (John 15:15) (cf stopped
here)
Who does not know what his master is doing?
The servant. (John 15:15)
I have called you what?
Friends. (John 15:15)
I have called you friends, why?
For all that I have heard from my Father I have made known to you. (John 15:15)
All that I have heard from my Father I have what?
Made known to you. (John 15:15)
I have made known to you what?
All that I have heard from my Father. (John 15:15)
You did not choose whom?
(Me) Jesus. (John 15:16)
2PT: You did not choose me, but I what?
I chose you and appointed you (that you should go and bear fruit and that your fruit should abide).
(John 15:16)
I chose whom?
You. (John 15:16)
What should abide?
Fruit (that you bear). (John 15:16)
Whatever you ask the Father in my name, he may what?
Give it to you. (John 15:16) (cf 16:23)
He may give what to you?
(It) Whatever you ask the Father in my name. (John
15:16) (cf 16:23)
The Father may give what to you?
(It) Whatever you ask the Father in my name. (John
15:16) (cf 16:23)
These things I command you, so that you will what?
Love one another. (John 15:17)
If the world hates you, know what?
That it has hated me (Jesus) before it hated you.
(John 15:18)
What has hated me before it hated you?
(It) The world. (John 15:18)
If you were of the world, the world would what?
Love you as its own. (John 15:19)
The world would love you as its own if what?
If you were of the world. (John 15:19)
You are not of what?
The world. (John 15:19)
I chose you out of what?
The world. (John 15:19)
The world hates whom?
You (disciples). (John 15:19) (cf 7:7)
What hates you?
The world. (John 15:19)
2PT: The world hates you why?
Because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world. (John 15:19)
Remember what word that I said to you?
"A servant is not greater than his master." (John
15:20)
A servant is not greater than whom?
His master. (John 15:20) (cf 13:16)
Who is not greater than his master?
A servant. (John 15:20) (cf 13:16)
If they persecuted me, they will what?
Also persecute you. (John 15:20)
They will also persecute you if what?
If they persecuted me (Jesus). (John 15:20)
Who will also persecute you if they persecuted me?
(They) The world. (John 15:20)
If they kept my word, they will what?
Also keep yours. (John 15:20)
They will also keep yours if what?
If they kept my (Jesus') word. (John 15:20)
Who will also keep yours if they kept my word?
(They) The world. (John 15:20)
2PT: All these things they will do to you why?
On account of my (Jesus') name, because they do not know him who sent me. (John 15:21)
They do not know whom?
Him who sent me (Jesus). (John 15:21)
Who do not know him who sent me?
(They) The world. (John 15:21)
All these things will who do to you on account of my
name?
(They) The world. (John 15:21)
All these things they will do to you on account of what?
My (Jesus') name. (John 15:21)
All these things they will do to you, because they do no know whom?
Him who sent me. (John 15:21)
What if I had not come and spoken to them?
They (the world) would not have been guilty of sin.
(John 15:22)
2PT: They would not have been guilty of sin, if I had not
what?
Come and spoken to them (the world). (John 15:22)
(cf 15:24)
Now they have no excuse for what?
Their (the world's) sin. (John 15:22)
Who have no excuse for their sin?
(They) The world. (John 15:22)
Who would not have been guilty of sin if I had not come and spoken to them?
(They) The world. (John 15:22)
Whoever hates me hates whom also?
My Father. (John 15:23)
Who hates my Father also?
Whoever hates me (Jesus). (John 15:23)
What if I had not done among them the works that no
one else did?
They (the world) would not be guilty of sin. (John
15:24)
The world would not be guilty of sin if I had not done what among them?
The works that no one else did. (John 15:24)
2PT: Now they have seen and hated whom?
Both me (Jesus) and my Father. (John 15:24)
Who have seen and hated both me and my Father?
(They) The world. (John 15:24)
What must be fulfilled?
The word that is written in their Law: "They hated
me without a cause." (John 15:25)
'They hated me without a cause' is written where?
In their Law. (John 15:25)
They hated me without what?
A cause. (John 15:25)
They hated whom without a cause?
(Me) Jesus. (John 15:25)
What word that is written in their law must be fulfilled?
"They hated me without a cause." (John 15:25)
I will send whom to you from the Father?
The Helper (The Spirit of truth, who proceeds from the Father). (John 15:26)
The Helper whom I will send to you from the Father is whom?
The Spirit of truth, who proceeds from the Father.
(John 15:26)
The Spirit of truth proceeds from whom?
The Father. (John 15:26)
Who proceeds from the Father?
The Spirit of truth. (John 15:26)
2PT: Who will bear witness about me?
(He) The Helper, the Spirit of truth, who proceeds from the Father. (John 15:26) (cf 15:27)
When the Helper comes, he will what?
Bear witness about me (Jesus). (John 15:26)
You also will bear witness, because you have been what?
With me from the beginning. (John 15:27)
Who also will bear witness?
You (disciples). (John 15:27)
You have been with me from when?
The beginning. (John 15:27)
Who have been with me from the beginning?
You (disciples). (John 15:27)
Let not your hearts be what?
Troubled. (John 14:1) (cf 14:27)
Let not what be troubled?
Your (disciples') hearts. (John 14:1) (cf 14:27)
Believe in God; believe also in whom?
(Me) Jesus. (John 14:1)
In my Father's house are what?
Many rooms. (John 14:2)
Where are many rooms?
In my Father's house. (John 14:2)
What if it were not so?
Would I (Jesus) have told you that I go to prepare a place for you? (John 14:2)
If it were not so, would I have told you what?
That I go to prepare a place for you? (John 14:2)
I will come again and will take you myself, why?
That where I (Jesus) am you may be also. (John 14:3)
Who may be also where I am?
You (disciples). (John 14:3)
2PT: If I go and prepare a place for you, I will what?
I will come again and will take you myself. (John 14:3)
You know the way to where?
Where I am going. (John 14:4)
No one comes to the Father except how?
Through me (Jesus). (John 14:6)
Who comes to the Father except through me?
No one. (John 14:6)
If you had known me, you would have what?
You would have known my Father also. (John 14:7)
You would have known my Father also, if what?
If you had known me (Jesus). (John 14:7)
2PT: From now on, you what?
Do know him (my Father), and have seen him. (John
14:7)
Whoever has seen me has what?
Seen the Father. (John 14:9)
Have I been with you so long, and you still do not what?
Know me? (John 14:9)
2PT: Do you not believe what?
That I (Jesus) am in the Father and the Father is in me. (John 14:10)
The words that I say to you I do not speak how?
On my own authority. (John 14:10)
The Father who dwells in me does what?
His works. (John 14:10)
Who does his works?
The Father who dwells in me (Jesus). (John 14:10)
2PT: Believe me that what?
That I (Jesus) am in the Father and the Father is in me. (John 14:11)
Believe on account of what?
The works (themselves). (John 14:11)
Whoever believes in me will also do what works?
The works that I do. (John 14:12)
Who will also do the works that I do?
Whoever believes in me (Jesus). (John 14:12)
Greater works than these will he do, why?
Because I (Jesus) am going to the Father. (John 14:12)
Who will do greater works than these?
(He) Whoever believes in me (Jesus). (John 14:12)
2PT: Whoever believes in me will do what?
(Also) The works that I do, and greater works than these (because I am going to the Father). (John 14:12)
Whatever you ask how, this I will do?
In my (Jesus') name. (John 14:13)
Whatever you ask in my name, this I will do why?
That the Father may be glorified in the Son. (John
14:13)
The Father may be glorified in whom?
The Son. (John 14:13)
If you ask me anything in my name, I will what?
Do it. (John 14:14)
If you ask me anything how, I will do it?
In my name. (John 14:14)
If you love me, you will what?
Keep my commandments. (John 14:15)
You will keep my commandments if you what?
Love me. (John 14:15)
2PT: I will ask the Father and he will give you whom to be with you forever?
Another Helper, (even) the Spirit of truth. (John 14:16)
Who will give you another Helper?
(He) The Father. (John 14:16)
The world cannot receive whom?
(Him) The Spirit of truth (another Helper). (John
14:17)
2PT: The world cannot receive the Spirit of truth, why?
Because it neither sees him nor knows him. (John
14:17)
Who cannot receive the Spirit of truth?
The world. (John 14:17)
Who neither sees him nor knows him?
(It) The world. (John 14:17)
Who dwells with you and will be in you?
(He) The Spirit of truth. (John 14:17)
I will not leave you how?
As orphans. (John 14:18)
Who will not leave you as orphans?
(I) Jesus. (John 14:18)
I will not leave whom as orphans?
You (disciples). (John 14:18)
I will come to whom?
You (disciples). (John 14:18)
Yet a little while and the world will what?
See me (Jesus) no more. (John 14:19) (cf 13:33)
Yet a little while and the world will see me no more,
but what?
You will see me. (John 14:19)
The world will see me no more when?
Yet a little while. (John 14:19)
Because I live, you what?
Also will live. (John 14:19)
You also will live, why?
Because I live. (John 14:19)
Whoever has my commandments and keeps them, he
it is who what?
Loves me. (John 14:21)
2PT: Who is it who loves me?
Whoever has my commandments and keeps them.
(John 14:21) (cf 10:17)
He who loves me will be what?
Loved by my Father. (John 14:21)
Who will be loved by my Father?
He who loves me (Jesus). (John 14:21)
2PT: He who loves me will be loved by my Father, and I
will what?
Love him and manifest myself to him. (John 14:21)
I will love whom?
(Him) He who loves me. (John 14:21)
I will manifest myself to whom?
(Him) He who loves me. (John 14:21)
2PT: Lord, how is it that you will what?
Manifest yourself to us (disciples), and not to the
world? (John 14:22)
Who will keep my word?
(He) If anyone loves me (Jesus). (John 14:23)
My Father will love whom?
(Him) If anyone loves me, he will obey my teaching. (John 14:23)
We will come to whom?
(Him) If anyone loves me (Jesus). (John 14:23)
We will make our home with whom?
(Him) If anyone loves me (Jesus). (John 14:23)
Who will come to him and make our home with him?
We (Jesus, my Father). (John 14:23)
Whoever does not love me does not what?
Keep my (Jesus') words. (John 14:24)
Who does not keep my words?
Whoever does not love me. (John 14:24)
2PT: The word that you hear is whose?
Not mine, but the Father's who sent me. (John 14:24)
What is not mine, but the Father's who sent me?
The word that you hear. (John 14:24)
What is the Father's who sent me?
The word that you hear. (John 14:24)
These things I have spoken to you when?
While I am still with you. (John 14:25) (cf 15:11)
I have spoken to you what while I am still with you?
These things. (John 14:25)
The Helper will teach you what?
All things. (John 14:26)
Who will teach you all things?
The Helper (the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will
send in my [Jesus'] name). (John 14:26)
Who will bring to your remembrance all that I have
said to you?
The Helper (the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will
send in my [Jesus'] name). (John 14:26)
The Father will send whom in my name?
The Helper (the Holy Spirit). (John 14:26)
The Helper will bring to your remembrance what?
All that I have said to you. (John 14:26)
Peace I leave where?
With you (disciples). (John 14:27)
I leave what with you?
Peace. (John 14:27)
My peace I give to whom?
You (disciples). (John 14:27)
Not as who gives do I give to you?
The world. (John 14:27)
Let not your hearts be what?
Troubled. (John 14:27) (cf 14:1)
Let not what be troubled?
Your hearts. (John 14:27) (cf 14:1)
Neither let them be what?
Afraid. (John 14:27)
You heard me say what to you?
"I [Jesus] am going away, and I will come to you."
(John 14:28)
If you loved me, you would have what?
Rejoiced. (John 14:28)
The Father is greater than whom?
(I) Jesus. (John 14:28)
Who is greater than I?
The Father. (John 14:28) (cf 10:29)
I am going away, and I will what?
Come to you. (John 14:28)
If you loved me, you would have rejoiced, why?
Because I [Jesus] am going to the Father (for the
Father is greater than I). (John 14:28)
Now I have told you before what?
Before it takes place. (John 14:29)
Now I have told you before it takes place, why?
So that when it does take place you may believe.
(John 14:29)
I will no longer talk much how?
With you [disciples]. (John 14:30)
Who will no longer speak much with you?
I [Jesus]. (John 14:30)
I will no longer speak much with you, why?
For the ruler of this world is coming. (John 14:30)
Who has no claim on me?
(He) The ruler of this world. (John 14:30)
He has no claim on whom?
(Me) Jesus. (John 14:30)
I will no longer speak much with you, for who is
coming?
The ruler of this world. (John 14:30)
The world may know that I love whom?
The Father. (John 14:31)
I do as the Father has commanded me, so that the
world may know what?
That I love the Father. (John 14:31)
Rise, let us what?
Go from here. (John 14:31)
I do as who has commended me?
The Father. (John 14:31)
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)
He now showed them what?
The full extent of his (Jesus') love. (John 13:1)
Who now showed them the full extent of his love?
(He) Jesus. (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)
Six days before the Passover Jesus what?
Therefore came to Bethany, where Lazarus was, whom Jesus had raised from the dead. (John 12:1)
Six days before what?
The Passover. (John 12:1)
Martha served, and Lazarus was what?
One of those reclining with him at table. (John 12:2)
They gave a dinner for him where?
Bethany. (John 12:2-3)
The house was filled with what?
The fragrance of the perfume. (John 12:3)
Mary therefore took a pound of what?
Expensive ointment made from pure nard. (John 12:3)
Judas Iscariot, one of what?
His disciples. (John 12:4)
Who was about to betray him?
Judas Iscariot. (John 12:4)
2PT: Why was this ointment not what?
Sold for three hundred denarii and given to the poor? (John 12:5)
Having charge of the moneybag he what?
Used to help himself to what was put into it. (John 12:6)
Leave her alone why?
So that she may keep it for the day of my burial. (John 12:7)
You do not always have who?
(Me) Jesus. (John 12:8)
For the poor you will what?
Always have with you, but you do not always have me. (John 12:8)
The large crowd of the Jews what?
Learned that Jesus was there. (John 12:9)
The chief priests made plans to what?
Put Lazarus to death as well (because on account of him many of the Jews were going away and believing in Jesus) (John 12:10-11)
2PT: On account of him, many of the Jews were what?
Going away and believing in Jesus. (John 12:11)
2PT: Hosanna! Blessed is who?
He who comes in the name of the Lord, even the King of Israel! (John 12:13)
So they took what?
Branches of palm trees and went out to meet him, crying out, "Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord, even the King of Israel!" (John 12:13)
And Jesus found what?
A young donkey and sat on it. (John 12:14)
Fear not daughter of what?
Zion. (John 12:15)
Fear not who?
Daughter of Zion! (John 12:15)
2PT: Fear not, daughter of Zion; behold your king is
what?
Coming, sitting on a donkey's colt! (John 12:15)
His disciples did not understand what?
These things at first, but when Jesus was glorified,
then they remembered that these things had been
written about him and had been done to him. (John
12:16)
2PT: They remembered that these things had what?
Been written about him and had been done to him.
(John 12:16)
2PT: Who continued to bear witness?
The crowd that had been with him when he called
Lazarus out of the tomb and raised him from the
dead. (John 12:17)
He called Lazarus out of where?
The tomb. (John 12:17)
Look, the world has what?
Gone after him. (John 12:19)
Among those who went up to worship were whom?
Some Greeks. (John 12:20)
Some Greeks were among whom?
Those who went up to worship at the feast. (John
12:20)
Philip who was from where?
Bethsaida in Galilee. (John 12:21)
Philip went and told who?
Andrew. (John 12:22)
Andrew and Philip went and told who?
Jesus. (John 12:22)
The hour has come for what?
The Son of Man to be glorified. (John 12:23)
If it dies, it what?
Bears much fruit. (John 12:24)
2PT: Unless a grain of wheat what, it remains alone?
Falls into the earth and dies. (John 12:24)
Whoever loves his life what?
Loses it. (John 12:25)
Whoever hates his life in this world will what?
Keep it for eternal life. (John 12:25)
If anyone serves me, he must what?
Follow me. (John 12:26)
If anyone serves me, the Father will what?
Honor him. (John 12:26)
The Father will honor him, if what?
Anyone serves me. (John 12:26)
For this purpose I have what?
Come to this hour. (John 12:27)
Now is my soul what?
Troubled. (John 12:27)
Father, glorify what?
Your name. (John 12:28)
I have glorified it, and I will what?
Glorify it again. (John 12:28)
Who said that it had thundered?
The crowd that stood there. (John 12:29)
2PT: This voice has come why?
For your sake, not mine. (John 12:30)
Now is the judgement of what?
This world. (John 12:31)
Now will the ruler of this world be what?
Cast out. (John 12:31)
The ruler of this world will what?
Be cast out. (John 12:31)
We have heard from the Law that what?
The Christ remains forever. (John 12:34)
The Christ remains how?
Forever. (John 12:34)
The light is among you for what?
A little while longer. (John 12:35)
The light is among you when?
For a little while longer. (John 12:35)
Walk while you have what?
The light. (John 12:35)
Who does not know where he is going?
The one who walks in the darkness. (John 12:35)
One who walks in the darkness does not what?
Know where he is going. (John 12:35)
Believe in the light, when?
While you have the light. (John 12:36)
Believe in the light, why?
That you may become sons of light. (John 12:36)
2PT: While you have the light what?
Believe in the light, that you may become sons of
light. (John 12:36)
He departed and hid himself when?
When he had said these things. (John 12:36)
2PT: When Jesus had said these things, he what?
Departed and him himself from them. (John 12:36)
They still did not what?
Believe in him. (John 12:37)
He had done so many what?
Signs before them. (John 12:37)
They still did not believe in him, though what?
He had done so many signs before them. (John 12:37)
He has blinded what?
Their eyes. (John 12:40)
He has blinded their eyes and hardened their heart,
lest they see with what?
Their eyes. (John 12:40)
He has blinded their eyes and hardened their heart,
lest they see with their eyes and understand with what?
Their heart. (John 12:40)
2PT: Isaiah said these things because why?
He saw his glory and spoke of him. (John 12:41)
2PT: For fear of the Pharisees they did not confess it, why?
So that they would not be put out of the synagogue; for they loved the glory that comes from man more than the glory that comes from God. (John 12:42-43)
They loved what more than the glory that comes from
God?
The glory that comes from man. (John 12:43)
2PT: Whoever believes in me believes in what?
Not in me but in him who sent me. (John 12:44)
Whoever sees me sees whom?
Him who sent me. (John 12:45)
I have come into the world how?
As light. (John 12:46)
Who may not remain in darkness?
Whoever believes in me. (John 12:46)
I do not judge whom?
(Him) If anyone hears my words and does not keep
them, I do not judge him. (John 12:47)
I do not come to judge what?
The world but to save the world. (John 12:47)
2PT: I do not judge him why?
For I did not come to judge the world but to save the world. (John 12:47)
2PT: Who has a judge?
The one who rejects me and does not receive my words. (John 12:48)
The word that I have spoken will what?
Judge him on the last day. (John 12:48)
What will judge him on the last day?
The word that I have spoken. (John 12:48)
I have not spoken how?
On my own authority. (John 12:49)
2PT: The Father who sent me has himself given me what
commandment?
What to say and what to speak. (John 12:49)
What I say, therefore, I say how?
As the Father has told me. (John 12:50)
I say as the Father what?
Has told me. (John 12:50)
A certain man was what?
Ill. (John 11:1)
2PT: It was Mary who what?
Anointed the Lord with ointment and wiped his feet with her hair. (John 11:2)
2PT: Bethany, the village of whom?
Mary and her sister Martha. (John 11:2)
He whom you love is what?
Ill. (John 11:3)
This illness does not lead where?
To death. (John 11:4)
What is for the glory of God, so that the Son of God
may be glorified through it?
This illness. (John 11:4)
When he heard that Lazarus was ill, he what?
Stayed two days longer in the place where he was.
(John 11:6)
Rabbi, the Jews were just now seeking what?
To stone you. (John 11:8)
Are there not twelve hours where?
In the day. (John 11:9)
2PT: If anyone walks by day what?
He does not stumble, because he sees the light of this world. (John 11:9-10)
If anyone walks in the day, he what?
Does not stumble. (John 11:9)
If anyone walks in the night, he what?
Stumbles, because the light is not in him. (John
11:10)
Our friend Lazarus has fallen asleep, but I what?
Go to awaken him. (John 11:11)
I go to awaken whom?
(Him) Lazarus. (John 11:11)
Lord, if he has fallen asleep he will what?
Recover. (John 11:12)
He will recover if what?
If he has fallen asleep. (John 11:12)
Lazarus has what?
Died. (John 11:14)
For your sake I am glad I was what?
Not there, so that you may believe. (John 11:15)
Let us also go, why?
That we may die with him. (John 11:16)
Lazarus had already been where?
In the tomb four days. (John 11:17)
Bethany was near where?
Jerusalem. (John 11:18)
2PT: Many of the Jews had come to whom?
Martha and Mary. (John 11:19)
To console them concerning their brother the Jews
had what?
Come to Martha and Mary. (John 11:19)
2PT: When Martha heard that Jesus was coming she what?
Went and met him, but Mary remained seated in the house. (John 11:20)
Lord, if you had been here, what?
My brother would not have died. (John 11:21)
God will give you what?
Whatever you ask from God. (John 11:22)
Whatever you ask from God God will what?
Give you. (John 11:22)
Your brother will what?
Rise again. (John 11:23)
I know that he will rise again when?
In the resurrection on the last day. (John 11:24)
2PT: Jesus said to her, "I am the what?"
"Resurrection and the life." (John 11:25-26)
Everyone who lives and believe in me shall what?
Never die. (John 11:26)
3PT: I believe that you are what?
The Christ, the Son of God, who is coming into the
world. (John 11:27)
2PT: When she heard it, she what?
Rose quickly and went to him. (John 11:29)
Jesus had not yet come where?
Into the village, but was still in the place where
Martha had met him. (John 11:30)
The Jews who were with her where?
In the house. (John 11:31)
My brother would not have died if what?
You (Jesus) had been here. (John 11:32)
3PT: Now when Mary came to where Jesus was she what?
Saw him, fell at his feet, saying to him, "Lord, if you
had been here, my brother would not have died."
(John 11:32)
Could not he who opened the eyes of the blind man what?
Also have kept this man from dying? (John 11:37)
Jesus, deeply moved again, came where?
To the tomb. (John 11:38)
There will be an odor why?
He has been dead four days. (John 11:39)
Did I not tell you that if you believed you would see
what?
The glory of God? (John 11:40)
Father, I thank you that what?
Have heard me. (John 11:41)
2PT: I say this on account of whom?
The people standing around, that they may believe
that you sent me. (John 11:42)
3PT: The man who had died came out how?
His hands and feet bound with linen strips, and his face wrapped with a cloth. (John 11:44)
Unbind him, and what?
Let him go. (John 11:44)
2PT: Many of the Jews therefore, who had come with Mary and had seen what he did what?
Believed in him, but some of them went to the
Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. (John 11:45-46)
Some of them went to the Pharisees and what?
Told them what Jesus had done. (John 11:46)
2PT: Who gathered the council?
The chief priests and the Pharisees. (John 11:47)
3PT: If we let him go on like this, what?
Everyone will believe in him, and the Romans will
come and take away both our place and our nation. (John 11:48)
It is better for you that one man should what?
Die for the people. (John 11:50)
3PT: He prophesied that Jesus would what?
Die for the nation, and not for the nation only, but
also to gather into one the children of God who are scattered abroad. (John 11:51-52)
From that day on they made what?
Plans to put him to death. (John 11:53)
3PT: Jesus therefore no longer walked openly among the Jews, but what?
Went from there to the region near the wilderness, to a town called Ephraim, and there he stayed with the disciples. (John 11:54)
2PT: Now the Passover of the Jews was what?
At hand, and many went up from the country to
Jerusalem before the Passover to purify themselves. (John 11:55)
The chief priest and the Pharisees had what?
Given orders that if anyone knew where he was, he should let them know, so that they might arrest him. (John 11:57)
Who is a thief and a robber?
He who does not enter the sheepfold by the door, but climbs in by another way. (John 10:1)
2PT: He who does not enter the sheepfold by the door but climbs in by another way is what?
A thief and a robber. (John 10:1)
Who is a thief?
He who does not enter the sheepfold by the door, but climbs in by another way. (John 10:1)
He who enters by the door is what?
The shepherd of the sheep. (John 10:1)
Who is the shepherd of the sheep?
He who enters by the door. (John 10:2)
The shepherd of the sheep what?
Enters by the door. (John 10:2)
The sheep hear what?
His (the shepherd of the sheep's) voice. (John 10:3)
He calls his own sheep how?
By name. (John 10:3)
2PT: The sheep hear his voice, and he what?
Calls his own sheep by name and leads them out. (John 10:3)
2PT: When he has brought out all his own he what?
Goes before them, and the sheep follow him for they know his voice. (John 10:4)
The sheep follow him why?
Because they know his voice. (John 10:4)
When he has brought out all his own he what?
Goes before them. (John 10:4)
They will not follow who?
A stranger. (John 10:5)
They will flee from him why?
Because they do not know the voice of strangers.
(John 10:5)
They did not understand what?
What he was saying to them. (John 10:6) (cf 8:27, 20:9)
This figure of speech Jesus used how?
With them. (John 10:6)
Truly, truly, I say to you what?
I am the door of the sheep. (John 10:7)
I am the door of what?
The sheep. (John 10:7)
2PT: All who came before me are what?
Thieves and robbers. (John 10:8)
The sheep did not listen to whom?
All who came before me. (John 10:8)
I am the what?
Door. (John 10:9)
3PT: If anyone enters by me what?
He will be saved and will go in and out and find
pasture. (John 10:9)
3PT: The thief comes only to what?
Steal and kill and destroy. (John 10:10)
I came that they may have life how?
Abundantly. (John 10:10)
The good shepherd lays down what?
His life (for the sheep). (John 10:11)
I am the good what?
Shepherd. (John 10:11)
Who does not own the sheep?
He who is a hired hand (and not a shepherd). (John
10:12)
4PT: Who leaves the sheep and flees?
He who is a hired hand and not a shepherd, who does not own the sheep, sees the wolf coming. (John 10:12)
2PT: The wolf what?
Snatches them and scatters them. (John 10:12)
2PT: He flees why?
Because he is a hired hand and cares nothing for the sheep. (John 10:13)
My own know who?
(Me) Jesus. (John 10:14)
I lay down my life for who?
The sheep. (John 10:15)
The Father knows me and I know who?
The Father. (John 10:15)
I have other sheep that are what?
Not of this fold. (John 10:16)
Who will listen to my voice?
The other sheep that are not of this fold. (John 10:16)
2PT: There will be one what?
One flock, one shepherd. (John 10:16)
The Father loves me why?
Because I lay down my life that I may take it up
again. (John 10:17)
I lay down my life that I may what?
Take it up again. (John 10:17)
No one takes it from me, but what?
I lay it down of my own accord. (John 10:18)
I have authority to take what up again?
(It) My life. (John 10:18)
This charge I have received from whom?
My Father. (John 10:18)
He has a demon, and is insane; why what?
Listen to him? (John 10:20)
Many of them said what?
"He has a demon, and is insane; why listen to him?" (John 10:20)
He has a demon and is what?
Insane. (John 10:20)
These are not the words of one who is what?
Oppressed by a demon. (John 10:21)
Can a demon open what?
The eyes of the blind? (John 10:21)
The Feast of Dedication took place where?
At Jerusalem. (John 10:22)
2PT: It was winter, and Jesus was walking where?
In the temple, in the colonnade of Solomon. (John 10:22-23)
Jesus was walking where?
In the temple. (John 10:23)
2PT: Jesus was walking where?
In the temple, in the colonnade of Solomon. (John 10:23)
How long will you keep us how?
In suspense. (John 10:24)
If you are the Christ, what?
Tell us plainly. (John 10:24)
The works that I do in my Father's name bear what?
Witness about me. (John 10:25)
You do not believe why?
Because you are not among my sheep. (John 10:26)
My sheep hear what?
My voice. (John 10:27)
2PT: I give them eternal life, and what?
They will never perish, and no one will snatch them
out of my hand. (John 10:28)
My Father who has what?
Given them to me, is greater than all, and no one is
able to snatch them out of the Father's hand. (John
10:29)
No one is able to snatch what?
Them out of the Father's hand. (John 10:29)
Who is greater than all?
My Father. (John 10:29)
I and the father are what?
One. (John 10:30)
The Jews picked up stones again to what?
Stone him. (John 10:31)
I have shown you many good what?
Works from the Father. (John 10:32)
Do not believe me if what?
If I am not doing the works of my Father. (John
10:37)
The father is what?
In me and I am in the Father. (John 10:38)
Again they sought to what?
Arrest him. (John 10:39)
Again they sought what?
To arrest him, but he escaped from their hands.
(John 10:39)
He escaped from what?
Their hands. (John 10:39)
He went away again across what?
The Jordan. (John 10:40)
He went away across the Jordan to where?
Where John had been baptizing at first. (John 10:40)
John did no what?
Sign. (John 10:41)
He saw a man blind from birth when?
As he (Jesus) passed by. (John 9:1)
As he passed by, he saw a man blind from when?
Birth. (John 9:1)
3PT: It was not that what?
This man sinned, or his parents, but that the works of God might be displayed in him. (John 9:3)
While it is day, we must what?
Work the works of him who sent me. (John 9:4)
We must work the works of him who sent me when?
While it is day. (John 9:4)
Night is coming, when no one can what?
Work. (John 9:4)
I am the light of the world when?
As long as I am in the world. (John 9:5)
As long as I am in the world, I am the what?
The light of the world. (John 9:5)
Who went and washed and came back seeing?
(He) A man blind from birth. (John 9:7)
He went and washed and came back how?
Seeing. (John 9:7) (cf 9:11)
Who made mud and anointed my eyes?
(The man called) Jesus. (John 9:11)
3PT: The man called Jesus did what?
Made mud and anointed my eyes and said to me, 'Go to Siloam and wash."' (John 9:11)
I went and washed and received what?
My sight. (John 9:11)
The man called Jesus made what?
Mud. (John 9:11)
They brought to the Pharisees whom?
The man who had formerly been blind. (John 9:13)
2PT: Who brought to the Pharisees the man who had
formerly been blind?
(They) The neighbors and those who had seen him
before as a beggar. (John 9:13)
Jesus made the mud and opened his eyes when?
It was a Sabbath day. (John 9:14)
2PT: It was a Sabbath day when Jesus what?
Made the mud and opened his eyes. (John 9:14)
The Pharisees again asked the man who had formerly
been blind what?
How he had received his sight. (John 9:15) (cf 9:24,
26)
Who put mud on my eyes?
(He) Jesus. (John 9:15)
This man is not from God, for he does not what?
Keep the Sabbath. (John 9:16)
This man is not from God why?
For he does not keep the Sabbath. (John 9:16)
2PT: The Jews did not believe what until they called the
parents?
That he had been blind and had received his sight.
(John 9:18)
The Jews did not believe that he had been born blind
and had received his sight until when?
Until they called the parents of the man who had
received his sight. (John 9:18)
Who called the parents of the man who had received
his sight?
(They) The Jews (also called the Pharisees in the
context). (John 9:18)
They called the parents of whom?
The man who had received his sight. (John 9:18)
The Jews called the parents of whom?
The man who had received his sight. (John 9:18)
Ask him why?
He is of age (He - the man who had received his
sight). (John 9:21) (cf 9:23)
Who will speak for himself?
The man who had received his sight. (John 9:21)
How he now sees we what?
Do not know. (John 9:21)
Nor do we know who opened what?
His eyes. (John 9:21)
His parents said these things why?
Because they feared the Jews. (John 9:22)
He was to be put out of the synagogue if what?
If anyone should confess Jesus to be Christ. (John
9:22)
The Jews had already agreed what?
That if anyone should confess Jesus to be Christ, he was to be put out of the synagogue. (John 9:22)
Who feared the Jews?
His (the man who had received his sight) parents.
(John 9:22)
If anyone should confess Jesus to be the Christ, he was to be what?
Put out of the synagogue. (John 9:22)
Give glory to whom?
To God. (John 9:24)
We know that this man is what?
A sinner. (John 9:24)
Who is a sinner?
This man (Jesus). (John 9:24)
They called the man for which time?
The second. (John 9:24)
For the second time they called whom?
The man who had been blind. (John 9:24)
For the second time the Jews called whom?
The man who had been blind. (John 9:24)
Now I see, though what?
Though I was blind. (John 9:25)
One thing I do know, that what?
Though I was blind, now I see. (John 9:25)
Who would not listen?
(You) The Jews. (John 9:27)
Who are disciples of Moses?
(We) The Jews. (John 9:28)
You are his what?
Disciple. (John 9:28)
Who has spoken to Moses?
God. (John 9:29)
God has spoken to whom?
Moses. (John 9:29)
As for this man, we do not know what?
Where he comes from. (John 9:29)
What is an amazing thing?
(This) You do not know where he comes from, and yet he (Jesus) opened my eyes. (John 9:30)
2PT: God listens to him, if what?
If anyone is a worshiper of God and does his will.
(John 9:31)
We know that God does not listen to whom?
Sinners. (John 9:31)
When has it been heard that anyone opened the eyes of a man born blind?
Never since the world began. (John 9:32)
Never since the world began has it been heard that
what?
Anyone opened the eyes pf a man born blind. (John 9:32)
He could do nothing, if this man were not what?
From God. (John 9:33)
They cast whom out?
(Him) The man who had been blind. (John 9:34)
The Jews cast whom out?
(Him) The man who had been blind. (John 9:34)
Jesus heard that the Jews had cast whom out?
(Him) The man who had been blind. (John 9:35)
2PT: For judgment I came into this world, that what?
That those who do not see may see, and those who see may become blind. (John 9:39)
Those who do not see may what?
See. (John 9:39)
Those who see may become what?
Blind. (John 9:39)
You would have no guilt if you were what?
Blind. (John 9:41)
Your guilt remains why?
Now that you say, 'We see,' (John 9:41)
If you were blind, you would have no what?
Guilt. (John 9:41)
Now that you say, "we see," what remains?
Your guilt. (John 9:41)
Who went to the Mount of Olives?
Jesus. (John 8:1)
He came again to the temple when?
Early in the morning. (John 8:2)
All the people came to him where?
The temple. (John 8:2)
Who sat down and taught them?
(He) Jesus. (John 8:2)
Jesus sat down and taught all the people where?
The temple. (John 8:2)
The scribes and the Pharisees brought whom?
A woman who had been caught in adultery. (John 8:3)
2PT: Who brought a woman who had been caught in
adultery?
The scribes and the Pharisees. (John 8:3)
Who has been caught in the act of adultery?
This woman. (John 8:4)
This woman has been caught in what?
The act of adultery. (John 8:4)
Moses commanded us to what?
Stone such women. (John 8:5)
Moses commanded us to stone such women where?
In the law. (John 8:5)
Who commanded us to stone such women?
(In the law) Moses. (John 8:5)
In the law, Moses commanded us to stone whom?
Such women (caught in the act of adultery). (John 8:5)
This they said to test whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 8:6)
This they said to test him why?
That they might have some charge to bring against
him (Jesus). (John 8:6)
Who bent down and wrote with his finger on the ground?
Jesus. (John 8:6) (cf 8:8)
Who wrote with his finger on the ground?
Jesus. (John 8:6) (cf 8:8)
Let whom be the first to throw a stone at her?
Him who is without sin. (John 8:7)
Let him who is without sin be the first to what?
Throw a stone at her. (John 8:7)
2PT: They went away how?
One by one, beginning with the older ones. (John
8:9)
They went away when?
When they heard it (Let he who is without sin throw
the first stone). (John 8:9)
Who will not walk in darkness?
Whoever follows me (Jesus). (John 8:12)
2PT: Whoever follows me will what?
Not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.
(John 8:12)
Who will have the light of life?
Whoever follows me (Jesus). (John 8:12)
Whoever follows me will not walk how?
In darkness (but will have the light of life). (John
8:12)
You are bearing witness about whom?
Yourself. (John 8:13)
Your testimony is not what?
True. (John 8:13)
You judge according to what?
The flesh. (John 8:15)
I judge whom?
No one. (John 8:15)
My judgment is true why?
For it is not I alone who judge, but I and the Father
who sent me. (John 8:16)
Even if I do judge, my judgment is what?
True. (John 8:16) (cf 5:30)
It is written where that the testimony of two people is true?
In your law. (John 8:17)
The testimony of two people is what?
True. (John 8:17)
In your law it is written that what is true?
The testimony of two people. (John 8:17)
Who bears witness about myself?
I (Jesus) am the one. (John 8:18)
You would know my Father also, if what?
If you knew me (Jesus). (John 8:19) (cf 14:7)
2PT: You know neither whom?
(Me) Jesus nor my Father. (John 8:19)
These words he spoke in the treasury, when?
As he (Jesus) taught in the temple. (John 8:20)
No one arrested him why?
Because his (Jesus) hour had not yet come. (John
8:20)
These words Jesus spoke in the treasury, as he
taught where?
In the temple. (John 8:20)
No one arrested Jesus why?
Because his hour had not yet come. (John 8:20)
Will he kill himself, since he says, what?
Where I am going, you cannot come? (John 8:22)
You are from where?
Below. (John 8:23) (cf 3:2)
I am from where?
Above. (John 8:23)
You will die in your sins unless you believe what?
That I am he. (John 8:24)
I told you that you would die how?
In your sins. (John 8:24)
Unless you believe that I am he you will die how?
In your sins. (John 8:24)
I have been telling you when?
From the beginning. (John 8:25)
I have much to say about whom?
(You) The Jews. (John 8:26)
2PT: I have much to what?
Much to say about you and much to judge. (John
8:26)
I declare to the world what?
What I have heard from him (him who sent me).
(John 8:26)
I declare where what I have heard from him?
To the world. (John 8:26)
Who had been speaking to them about the Father?
(He) Jesus. (John 8:27)
Who did not understand that he had been speaking to
them about the Father?
(They) The Jews. (John 8:27
The Jews did not understand that Jesus had been speaking to them about whom?
The Father. (John 8:27)
You will know that I am he when?
When you have lifted up the Son of Man. (John 8:28)
3PT: When you have lifted up the Son of Man, then you
will know what?
That I am he, and that I do nothing on my own
authority, but speak just as the Father taught me.
(John 8:28)
I do nothing how?
On my own authority. (John 8:28)
I speak just as who taught me?
The Father. (John 8:28)
I always do the things that are what?
Pleasing to him (him who sent me). (John 8:29)
He who sent me has not left me alone why?
For I always do the things that are pleasing to him. (John 8:29)
Many believed in him when?
As he (Jesus) was saying these things. (John 8:30)
As he was saying these things, many what?
Believed in him (Jesus). (John 8:30)
You are truly my disciples, if what?
If you abide in my word. (John 8:31)
If you abide in my word, you will know what?
The truth. (John 8:31-32)
You are truly what, if you abide in my word?
My disciples. (John 8:31)
The truth will what?
Set you free. (John 8:32)
You will know the truth, and the truth will what?
Set you free. (John 8:32)
We are offspring of whom?
Abraham. (John 8:33)
Who are offspring of Abraham and have never been
enslaved to anyone?
(We) The Jews who had believed in him. (John 8:33)
We have never been enslaved to whom?
Anyone. (John 8:33)
Who is a slave to sin?
Everyone who practices sin. (John 8:34)
Everyone who practices sin is a what?
Slave to sin. (John 8:34)
The slave does not remain where forever?
In the house. (John 8:35)
The son remains how long?
Forever. (John 8:35)
You will be free indeed if what?
If the Son sets you free. (John 8:36)
If the Son sets you free, you will what?
Be free indeed. (John 8:36)
You are offspring of whom?
Abraham. (John 8:37)
You seek to kill me why?
Because my word finds no place in you. (John 8:37)
What finds no place in you?
My (Jesus) word. (John 8:37)
You seek to kill me because my word finds no place
where?
In you. (John 8:37)
I speak of what I have seen with whom?
My Father. (John 8:38)
Who is our father?
Abraham. (John 8:39)
You would be doing the works Abraham did if you
were what?
Abraham's children. (John 8:39)
What is not what Abraham did?
(This) You seek to kill me, a man who has told you
the truth that I heard from God. (John 8:40)
We were not born of what?
Sexual Immorality. (John 8:41)
Who were not born of sexual immorality?
(We) The Jews who had believed in him. (John 8:41)
If God were your Father, you would what?
You would love me. (John 8:42)
I came not of what?
Of my own accord. (John 8:42)
2PT: If God were your Father, you would love me why?
For I came from God and I am here. (John 8:42)
You cannot bear to hear what?
My (Jesus') word. (John 8:43) (cf 16:12)
Why do you not understand what I say?
It is because you cannot bear to hear my word. (John 8:43)
You are of whom?
Your father the devil. (John 8:44)
Your will is to do what?
Your father's (the devil's) desires. (John 8:44)
Who was a murderer from the beginning?
(He) The devil. (John 8:44)
He was a murderer from when?
The beginning. (John 8:44)
Who does not stand in the truth?
(He) The devil. (John 8:44)
The devil does not stand in the truth why?
Because there is no truth in him. (John 8:44)
He speaks out of his own character when?
When he (the devil) lies. (John 8:44)
2PT: When he lies, he speaks out of his own character why?
For he (the devil) is a liar and the father of lies.
(John 8:44)
Who speaks out of his own character when he lies?
(He) The devil. (John 8:44)
When he lies, he speaks out of what?
His (the devil's) own character. (John 8:44)
When the devil lies, he speaks out of what?
His (the devil's) own character. (John 8:44)
You do not believe me why?
Because I (Jesus) tell the truth. (John 8:45)
Because I tell the truth, you do not what?
Believe me. (John 8:45)
If I tell the truth, why do you not what?
Believe me? (John 8:46)
Which one of you convicts me of what?
Sin? (John 8:46)
Who hears the words of God?
Whoever is of God. (John 8:47)
The reason why you do not hear the words of God is
what?
That you are not of God. (John 8:47)
Whoever is of God hears what?
The words of God. (John 8:47)
I honor whom?
My Father. (John 8:49)
I honor my Father, and you dishonor whom?
(Me) Jesus. (John 8:49)
I do not seek what?
My (Jesus) own glory. (John 8:50)
Who is the judge?
(He) One who seeks it (my own glory). (John 8:50)
Who will never see death?
If anyone keeps my word, he will never see death.
(John 8:51)
Abraham died, as did whom?
The prophets. (John 8:52)
Who died, as did the prophets?
Abraham. (John 8:52)
My glory is nothing, if what?
If I glorify myself. (John 8:54)
Who glorifies me?
It is my Father. (John 8:54)
It is my Father who glorifies whom?
(Me) Jesus. (John 8:54)
You have not known whom?
(Him) My Father. (John 8:55)
I would be a liar like you, if I were to say what?
That I do not know him. (John 8:55)
If I were to say that I do not know him, I would be what?
A liar like you, (John 8:55)
I do know him and keep what?
His (my Father's) word. (John 8:55)
Who rejoiced that he would see my day?
Your father Abraham. (John 8:56)
Your father Abraham rejoiced that he would see what?
My (Jesus') day. (John 8:56)
You are not yet how old?
Fifty years old. (John 8:57)
You are not yet fifty years old, and have you seen
whom?
Abraham? (John 8:57)
Who picked up stones to throw at him?
(They) The Jews. (John 8:59) (cf 10:31)
They picked up stones to throw at whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 8:59) (cf 10:31)
Who hid himself and went out of the temple?
Jesus. (John 8:59)
They picked up stones to throw at him, but Jesus what?
Hid himself and went out of the temple. (John 8:59)
He would not go about in Judea, why?
Because the Jews were seeking to kill him. (John 7:1)
Jesus would not go about in Judea, why?
Because the Jews were seeking to kill him. (John 7:1)
Who went about in Galilee?
Jesus. (John 7:1)
Your disciples also may see what?
The works you are doing. (John 7:3)
Leave here and go where?
To Judea. (John 7:3)
Leave here and go to Judea why?
That your disciples also may see the works you are doing. (John 7:3)
No one works how if he seeks to be known openly?
In secret. (John 7:4)
No one works in secret when?
If he seeks to be known openly. (John 7:4)
Show yourself to whom?
The world. (John 7:4)
Not even his brothers believed in whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 7:5)
Not even who believed in Jesus?
His brothers. (John 7:5)
Your time is what?
Always here. (John 7:6)
What is always here?
Your (Jesus' brothers') time. (John 7:6)
What has not yet come?
My (Jesus) time. (John 7:6) (cf 2:4; 7:8)
The world cannot hate whom?
(You) Jesus' brothers. (John 7:7)
Whose works are evil?
(Its) The worlds. (John 7:7)
You go up where?
To the feast. (John 7:8)
I am not going where?
Up to the feast. (John 7:8)
I am not going up to the feast, why?
For my time has not yet fully come. (John 7:8)
Who remained in Galilee?
(He) Jesus. (John 7:9)
He remained in Galilee when?
After saying this. (John 7:9)
2PT: He also went up how?
Not publicly but in private. (John 7:10)
He also went up when?
After his (Jesus) brothers had gone up to the feast.
(John 7:10)
Jesus also went up to the feast when?
After his (Jesus) brothers had gone up. (John 7:10)
The Jews were looking for whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 7:11)
The Jews were looking for Jesus where?
At the feast. (John 7:11)
Who were looking for Jesus at the feast?
The Jews. (John 7:11) (cf 11:56)
There was much muttering about whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 7:12)
No one spoke openly of him why?
For fear of the Jews. (John 7:13)
No one spoke openly of Jesus why?
For fear of the Jews. (John 7:13)
Jesus went up into the temple and began teaching
when?
About the middle of the feast. (John 7:14)
About the middle of the feast Jesus went where?
Up into the temple. (John 7:14)
About the middle of the feast Jesus went up into the
temple and began what?
Teaching. (John 7:14)
2PT: My teaching is what?
Not mine, but his who sent me. (John 7:16)
2PT: He will know what?
Whether the teaching is from God or whether I am
speaking on my own authority. (John 7:17)
2PT: If anyone's will is to do God's will, he will know
what?
Whether the teaching is from God or whether I am
speaking on my own authority. (John 7:17)
Who seeks his own glory?
The one who speaks on his own authority. (John 7:18)
The one who speaks on his own authority seeks what?
His own glory. (John 7:18)
The one who seeks the glory of him who sent him is
what?
True. (John 7:18)
There is no falsehood in whom?
(Him) The one who seeks the glory of him who sent
him. (John 7:18)
None of you keeps what?
The law. (John 7:19) (cf 16:5)
You all marvel at what?
(It) I (Jesus) did one work. (John 7:21)
Moses gave you what?
Circumcision. (John 7:22)
You circumcise whom?
A man. (John 7:22)
You circumcise a man when?
On the Sabbath. (John 7:22)
Are you angry with me why?
Because on the Sabbath I made a man's whole body well? (John 7:23)
Do not judge how?
By appearances (but judge with right judgment).
(John 7:24)
Do not judge by appearances, but judge how?
With right judgment. (John 7:24)
They say what?
Nothing to him (Jesus). (John 7:26)
They say nothing to whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 7:26)
But we know where who comes from?
This man (Jesus). (John 7:27)
When the Christ appears, no one will know what?
Where he comes from. (John 7:27)
I have not come how?
Of my own accord. (John 7:28) (cf 12:49; 20:17)
2PT: I know him why?
For I come from him (he who sent me), and he sent me. (John 7:29)
They were seeking to arrest whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 7:30) (cf 5:18; 7:1)
No one laid a hand on whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 7:30) (cf 7:44)
No one laid a hand on Jesus why?
Because his hour had not yet come. (John 7:30)
They were seeking to arrest Jesus, but no one what?
Laid a hand on him. (John 7:30)
Many of the people believed in whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 7:31)
The Pharisees heard whom?
The crowd. (John 7:32)
The Pharisees heard the crowd doing what?
Muttering these things about him (Jesus). (John 7:32)
2PT: Who sent officers to arrest him?
The chief priests and Pharisees. (John 7:32)
The chief priests and Pharisees sent whom?
Officers (to arrest him Jesus). (John 7:32)
I will be with you how long?
A little longer. (John 7:33)
I will be with you a little longer, and then I am going
where?
To him who sent me. (John 7:33)
Does he intend to go to the Dispersion among the
Greeks and what?
Teach the Greeks? (John 7:36)
2PT: What does he mean by saying what?
"You will seek me and you will not find me," and,
"Where I am you cannot come"? (John 7:36)
2PT: If anyone thirsts, let him what?
Come to me and drink. (John 7:37)
Out of his heart will flow rivers of what?
Living water. (John 7:38)
Now this he said about whom?
The Spirit. (John 7:39)
The Spirit had not been given why?
Because Jesus was not yet glorified. (John 7:39)
Those who believed in him were to receive whom?
The Spirit. (John 7:39)
Those who believed in Jesus were to receive whom?
The Spirit. (John 7:39)
This really is whom?
The Prophet. (John 7:40)
Is the Christ to come from where?
Galilee? (John 7:41)
2PT: The Christ comes from where?
The offspring of *David*, and comes from *Bethlehem* (the village where DavidBethlehemng of *David*, and comes from *Bethlehem* (the village where David was). (John 7:42)
There was a division among the people over whom?
(Him) Jesus (John 7:43)
The village where David was is what?
Bethlehem. (John 7:43)
Who wanted to arrest him?
Some of them (the people). (John 7:44)
Who laid hands on him?
No one. (John 7:44)
Some of them wanted to what?
Arrest him. (John 7:44)
No one laid what?
Hands on him (Jesus). (John 7:44) (cf 7:30)
Some of them wanted to arrest Jesus, but no one
what?
Laid hands on him. (John 7:44)
2PT: The officers then came to whom?
The chief priests and Pharisees. (John 7:45)
Who came to the chief priests and Pharisees?
The officers. (John 7:45)
No one ever spoke how?
Like this man (Jesus). (John 7:46)
Who spoke like this man?
No one ever. (John 7:46)
Who is accursed?
This crowd that does not know the law. (John 7:49)
This crowd that does not know the law is what?
Accursed. (John 7:49)
Search and see what?
That no prophet arises from Galilee. (John 7:52)
Who went each to his own house?
(They) Pharisees. (John 7:53)
Jesus went away to the other side of what?
The Sea of Galilee. (John 6:1)
The Sea of Galilee is what?
The Sea of Tiberias. (John 6:1)
What is the Sea of Tiberias?
The Sea of Galilee. (John 6:1)
A large crowd was following whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 6:2)
Who was following him?
A large crowd. (John 6:2)
A large crowd was following Jesus why?
Because they saw the signs that he was doing on the sick. (John 6:2)
Who saw the signs Jesus was doing on the sick?
(They) A large crowd. (John 6:2)
Jesus went up on a mountainside and there he did what?
Sat down with his disciples. (John 6:3)
Who went up on the mountain?
Jesus. (John 6:3)
Seeing that a large crowd was coming toward him, Jesus said what to Philip?
"Where are we to buy bread, so that these people may eat?" (John 6:5)
He said this to test whom?
(Him) Philip. (John 6:6)
Jesus said this to test Philip why?
For he himself knew what he would do. (John 6:6)
Who said this only to test Philip?
(He) Jesus. (John 6:6)
Who knew what he would do?
(He) Jesus. (John 6:6)
Two hundred denarii worth of bread would not be
enough for what?
For each of them to get a little. (John 6:7)
What would not be enough for each of them to get a little?
Two hundred denarii worth of bread. (John 6:7)
2PT: There is a boy here who has what?
Five barley loaves and two fish. (John 6:9)
Who has five barley loaves and two fish?
There is a boy here. (John 6:9)
There was much grass where?
In the place. (John 6:10)
Who were about five thousand in number?
The men who sat down. (John 6:10)
Who then took the loaves?
Jesus. (John 6:11)
When he had given thanks, he distributed the loaves
to whom?
Those who were seated. (John 6:11)
Who distributed them to those who were seated?
(He) Jesus. (John 6:11)
He distributed what to those who were seated?
(Them) The loaves. (John 6:11)
So also the fish, how much?
As much as they wanted. (John 6:11)
Jesus distributed what to those who were seated?
(Them) The loaves. (John 6:11)
Gather up what?
The leftover fragments. (John 6:12)
Gather up the leftover fragments, why?
That nothing may be lost. (John 6:12)
When they had eaten their fill, he told his disciples what?
"Gather up the leftover fragments, that nothing may be lost." (John 6:12)
They gathered what up?
(Them) The leftover fragments. (John 6:13)
Who gathered up the leftover fragments?
(They) His (Jesus') disciples. (John 6:13)
They filled how many baskets?
Twelve. (John 6:13)
They filled twelve baskets with what?
Fragments from the five barley loaves left over by
those who had eaten. (John 6:13)
What were left over by those who had eaten?
Fragments from the five barley loaves. (John 6:13)
Fragments from the five barley loaves were what?
Left over by those who had eaten. (John 6:13)
When the people saw the sign that he had done, they said what?
"This is indeed the Prophet who is to come into the
world!" (John 6:14)
Who were about to come and take him by force to
make him king?
(They) The people. (John 6:15)
They intended to make him king how?
By force. (John 6:15)
Jesus withdrew again to where by himself?
To the mountain. (John 6:15)
Jesus withdrew again to the mountain by himself why?
Perceiving then that they (the people) were about to come and take him by force to make him king. (John 6:15)
Perceiving that the people were about to come and
take him by force why, Jesus withdrew again to the
mountain by himself?
To make him king. (John 6:15)
When evening came, his disciples went where?
Down to the sea. (John 6:16)
When evening came, his disciples what?
Went down to the sea, got into a boat, and started across the sea to Capernaum. (John 6:16-17)
Jesus' disciples went down to the sea when?
When evening came. (John 6:16)
Who started across the sea to Capernaum?
His (Jesus') disciples. (John 6:17)
When evening came, his disciples started across the
sea to where?
Capernaum. (John 6:17)
Jesus had not come to them when?
It was now dark. (John 6:17)
Who had not yet come to them?
Jesus. (John 6:17)
It was now dark, and who had not yet come to them?
Jesus. (John 6:17)
A strong wind was what?
Blowing. (John 6:18)
What was blowing?
A strong wind. (John 6:18)
The sea became what?
Rough. (John 6:18)
What became rough?
The sea. (John 6:18)
The sea became rough why?
Because a strong wind was blowing. (John 6:18)
They had rowed how far?
Three or four miles. (John 6:19)
They saw Jesus coming near the boat when?
When they had rowed three or four miles. (John
6:19)
2PT: When they had rowed three or four miles, they saw Jesus what?
Walking on the sea and coming near the boat. (John 6:19)
Who were frightened?
(They) His (Jesus') disciples. (John 6:19)
They saw Jesus walking on the sea when?
When they had rowed three or four miles. (John
6:19)
Then they were glad to what?
Take him (Jesus) into the boat. (John 6:21) (cf 20:20)
Immediately the boat was where?
At the land to which they were going. (John 6:21)
Who remained on the other side of the sea?
The crowd. (John 6:22)
Who saw that there had been only one boat there?
The crowd that remained on the other side of the sea. (John 6:22)
Who saw that Jesus had not entered the boat with his
disciples?
The crowd that remained on the other side of the sea. (John 6:22)
Other boats from Tiberias came near where?
The place where they had eaten the bread after the Lord had given thanks. (John 6:23)
What came near the place where the people had eaten
the bread?
Other boats from Tiberias. (John 6:23)
2PT: The crowd saw that who was not there?
Jesus was not there, nor his disciples. (John 6:24)
They went where, seeking Jesus?
To Capernaum. (John 6:24)
They went to Capernaum, seeking whom?
Jesus. (John 6:24)
Who went to Capernaum, seeking Jesus?
(They themselves) The crowd. (John 6:24)
The crowd themselves got into the boats when?
When the crowd saw that Jesus was not there, nor his disciples. (John 6:24)
2PT: The crowd themselves got into the boats when they saw that who was not there?
That Jesus was not there, nor his disciples. (John 6:24)
2PT: You are seeking me, why?
Not because you saw signs, but because you ate your fill of the loaves. (John 6:26)
Who ate your fill of the loaves?
(You) The crowd. (John 6:26)
You ate your fill of what?
The loaves. (John 6:26)
Do not work for what?
The food that perishes. (John 6:27)
Do not work for the food that perishes, but for what?
The food that endures to eternal life (which the Son of Man will give to you). (John 6:27)
What perishes?
Food. (John 6:27)
What endures to eternal life?
The food which the Son of Man will give to you.
(John 6:27)
On him God the Father has set what?
His seal. (John 6:27)
God the Father has set his seal on whom?
(Him) The Son of Man. (John 6:27)
The Son of Man will give to you what?
Food that endures to eternal life. (John 6:27)
The work of God is what?
(This) That you believe in him whom he has sent. (John 6:29)
Our fathers ate what in the wilderness?
The manna. (John 6:31)
Who gave them bread from heaven to eat?
He (God or Moses). (John 6:31)
He gave them what to eat?
Bread from heaven. (John 6:31)
It was not Moses who gave you what?
The bread from heaven. (John 6:32)
My Father gives you what?
The true bread from heaven. (John 6:32)
Who gives you the true bread from heaven?
My Father. (John 6:32)
2PT: The bread of God is he who what?
Comes down from heaven, and gives life to the world. (John 6:33)
Who comes down from heaven?
The bread of God. (John 6:33) (cf 6:50)
Who gives life to the world?
The bread of God. (John 6:33)
Who comes down from heaven and gives life to the
world?
The bread of God. (John 6:33)
Give us what always?
This bread (the bread of God, or the true bread from heaven). (John 6:34)
Whoever comes to me shall not what?
Hunger (John 6:35) (cf 6:37)
Who shall not hunger?
Whoever comes to me (Jesus). (John 6:35)
Whoever believes in me shall never what?
Thirst. (John 6:35)
Who shall never thirst?
Whoever believes in me (Jesus). (John 6:35)
You have seen me and yet what?
(You) Do not believe. (John 6:36)
All that the Father gives me will what?
Come to me (Jesus). (John 6:37)
Who will come to me?
All that the Father gives me. (John 6:37)
Whoever comes to me I will never what?
Cast out. (John 6:37)
I will never cast out whom?
Whoever comes to me. (John 6:37)
2PT: I have come down from heaven to do what?
Not to do my (Jesus') own will but the will of him
who sent me. (John 6:38)
2PT: This is the will of him who sent me, that I should
what?
That I should lose nothing of all that he has given
me, but raise it up on the last day. (John 6:39)
I should lose nothing of what?
All that he has given me. (John 6:39)
I should raise it up when?
On the last day. (John 6:39)
I should raise what up on the last day?
(It) All that he (him who sent me - God) has given me. (John 6:39)
2PT: This is the will of my Father, that what?
Everyone who looks on the Son and believes in him should have eternal life, and I will raise him up on the last day. (John 6:40)
Everyone who looks on the Son and believes in him
should have what?
Eternal life. (John 6:40)
I will raise him up when?
On the last day. (John 6:40) (cf 6:44, 54)
The Jews grumbled about him, why?
Because he said, "I am the bread that came down from heaven." (John 6:41)
Who grumbled about him?
The Jews. (John 6:41)
Who grumbled about Jesus?
The Jews. (John 6:41)
Do not grumble how?
Among yourselves. (John 6:43)
I will raise him up when?
On the last day. (John 6:44) (cf 6:40, 54)
No one can do what unless the Father who sent me
draws him?
Come to me. (John 6:44) (cf 6:65)
They will all be taught how?
By God. (John 6:45)
Everyone who listens to the Father and learns from him [does] what?
Comes to me (Jesus). (John 6:45)
2PT: Who comes to me?
Everyone who has heard and learned from the Father. (John 6:45)
Not that anyone has seen the Father except who?
He who is from God. (John 6:46)
Whoever believes has what?
Eternal life. (John 6:47)
Your fathers ate what in the wilderness?
The manna. (John 6:49) (cf 6:31)
Your fathers ate the manna in the wilderness, and they what?
They died. (John 6:49)
This is the bread that comes down from where?
Heaven. (John 6:50) (cf 6:58)
One may eat of what and not die?
The bread that comes down from heaven. (John 6:50)
2PT: This is the bread that comes down from heaven, so
that one may what?
Eat of it and not die. (John 6:50) (cf 6:58)
What if anyone eats of this bread?
He will live forever. (John 6:51)
Who will live forever?
If anyone eats of this bread, he will live forever.
(John 6:51) (cf 6:58)
The bread that I will give for the life of the world is what?
My flesh. (John 6:51)
This bread that I will give for what is my flesh?
The life of the world. (John 6:51)
Who disputed among themselves?
The Jews. (John 6:52)
The Jews disputed among themselves, saying what?
"How can this man give us his flesh to eat?" (John
6:52)
2PT: You have no life in you unless you what?
Eat the flesh of the Son of Man, and drink his blood. (John 6:53)
Unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink
his blood, you have no what in you?
Life. (John 6:53)
What is true food?
My flesh. (John 6:55)
What is true drink?
My blood. (John 6:55)
My blood is what?
True drink. (John 6:55)
My flesh is true what?
Food. (John 6:55) (cf 6:51)
2PT: Who abides in me, and I in him?
Whoever feeds on my (Jesus') flesh and drinks my
blood. (John 6:56) (cf 15:5)
The living Father sent whom?
(Me) Jesus. (John 6:57)
I live because of whom?
The Father. (John 6:57)
Who live because of the Father?
(I) Jesus. (John 6:57)
Whoever feeds on me, he will also what?
Live because of me (Jesus). (John 6:57)
Who will also live because of me?
Whoever feeds on me (Jesus). (John 6:57)
This is the bread that came down from where?
Heaven. (John 6:58) (cf 6:50)
Who ate, and died?
The fathers. (John 6:58)
He who feeds on this bread will what?
Live forever. (John 6:58)
What is not like the bread the fathers ate, and died?
The bread that came down from heaven. (John 6:58)
Jesus said these things in the synagogue, as he taught
where?
At Capernaum. (John 6:59)
Who taught at Capernaum?
(He) Jesus. (John 6:59)
Who were grumbling about this?
His (Jesus') disciples. (John 6:61)
What if you were to see the Son of Man ascending to where?
Where he was before? (John 6:62)
It is the Spirit who gives what?
Life. (John 6:63)
The flesh is no what?
Help at all. (John 6:63)
What is no help at all?
The flesh. (John 6:63)
2PT: The words that I have spoken to you are what?
Spirit and life. (John 6:63)
What are spirit and life?
The words that I (Jesus) have spoken to you (his
disciples). (John 6:63)
There are some of you who what?
Do not believe. (John 6:64)
2PT: Jesus knew from the beginning what?
Who those were who did not believe, and who it was who would betray him. (John 6:64)
2PT: After this many of his disciples what?
Turned back and no longer walked with him. (John 6:66)
Who turned back and no longer walked with him?
Many of his (Jesus') disciples. (John 6:66)
Who no longer walked with him?
Many of his disciples. (John 6:66)
You have the words of what?
Eternal life. (John 6:68)
Who have the words of eternal life?
(You) Jesus. (John 6:68)
We have believed what?
That you (Jesus) are the Holy One of God. (John 6:69)
We have come to know what?
That you (Jesus) are the Holy One of God. (John
6:69)
Who have believed, and have come to know, that you
are the Holy One of God?
(We) The Twelve. (John 6:69)
Did I not chose whom?
You, the Twelve. (John 6:70)
Who is a devil?
One of you (the Twelve). (John 6:70)
One of you is a what?
A devil. (John 6:70)
He spoke of Judas the son of whom?
Simon Iscariot. (John 6:71) (cf 12:41)
He spoke of Judas the son of whom?
Simon Iscariot. (John 6:71)
Who was the son of Simon Iscariot?
Judas. (John 6:71)
Judas was going to betray whom?
(Him) Jesus. (John 6:71)
Who was going to betray Jesus?
Judas, son of Simon Iscariot. (John 6:71)
After this there was a what?
A feast of the Jews. (John 5:1)
There was a feast of the Jews, and Jesus went where?
Up to Jerusalem. (John 5:1)
There is in Jerusalem by the Sheep Gate what?
A pool (in Aramaic called Bethesda). (John 5:2)
What in Aramaic is called Bethesda?
A pool (in Jerusalem by the Sheep Gate). (John 5:2)
2PT: Where is a pool called Bethesda?
In Jerusalem by the Sheep Gate. (John 5:2)
What has five roofed colonnades?
A pool (in Aramaic called Bethesda). (John 5:2)
4PT: In these lay a multitude of whom?
Invalids - blind, lame, and paralyzed. (John 5:3)
In what lay a multitude of invalids?
(These) Five roofed colonnades (of a pool, in
Aramaic called Bethesda). (John 5:3)
One man was there who had been an invalid for how
long?
Thirty-eight years. (John 5:5)
Who had been an invalid for thirty-eight years?
One man who was there (at the pool called Bethesda). (John 5:5)
One man was where who had been an invalid for
thirty-eight years?
(There) A pool (in Aramaic call Bethesda). (John 5:5)
Jesus saw whom lying there?
(Him) One man was there who had been an invalid
for 38 years. (John 5:6)
Who saw him lying there?
Jesus. (John 5:6)
Jesus saw him lying there and knew what?
That he (an invalid) had already been there a long time. (John 5:6)
Who knew that he had already been there a long
time?
Jesus. (John 5:6)
Who had already been there a long time?
(He) One man was there who had been an invalid for 38 years. (John 5:6)
I have no one to put me into the pool when?
When the water is stirred up. (John 5:7)
What is stirred up?
The water (in the pool). (John 5:7)
Another steps down before me when?
While I (the sick man) am going. (John 5:7)
Pick up what?
Your bed. (John 5:8)
Who was healed at once?
The (sick) man (who had been an invalid). (John 5:9)
(cf 4:51)
Who took up his bed and walked?
The (sick) man (who had been an invalid). (John 5:9)
The man was healed when?
At once. (John 5:9)
It is not lawful for you to what?
Take up your bed. (John 5:10) (cf 18:31)
It is not lawful for you to take up your bed why?
It is the Sabbath. (John 5:10)
The man who healed me said what to me?
"Take up your bed, and walk." (John 5:11)
The man who had been healed did not know what?
Who it was (who said to him, "Take up your bed and walk"). (John 5:13)
Who did not know who it was?
The man who had been healed. (John 5:13)
2PT: The man who had been healed did not know who it was, why?
For Jesus had withdrawn, as there was a crowd in
the place. (John 5:13)
Jesus had withdrawn, as there was what?
A crowd in the place. (John 5:13)
Who had withdrawn, as there was a crowd in the
place?
Jesus. (John 5:13)
See, you are what?
Well. (John 5:14)
Sin no more, that what may happen to you?
Nothing worse. (John 5:14)
What may happen to you?
Nothing worse. (John 5:14)
The man went away and told the Jews what?
That it was Jesus who had healed him. (John 5:15)
Who had healed him?
Jesus. (John 5:15)
The man who had been healed went away and told the
Jews what?
That it was Jesus who had healed him. (John 5:15)
The Jews were persecuting whom?
Jesus. (John 5:16)
Who were persecuting Jesus?
The Jews. (John 5:16)
The Jews were persecuting Jesus why?
Because he was doing these things on the Sabbath. (John 5:16)
Jesus was doing these things when?
On the Sabbath. (John 5:16)
Who was doing these things on the Sabbath?
(He) Jesus. (John 5:16)
My Father is working until when?
Now. (John 5:17)
Who is working until now?
My (Jesus') Father. (John 5:17)
Who am working?
(I) Jesus. (John 5:17)
The Jews were seeking all the more to what?
Kill him (Jesus). (John 5:18) (cf 7:1)
Who were seeking all the more to kill Jesus?
The Jews. (John 5:18) (cf 7:1)
3PT: The Jews were seeking all the more to kill him why?
Because not only was he breaking the Sabbath, but he was even calling God his own Father, making himself equal with God. (John 5:18)
He was breaking what?
The Sabbath. (John 5:18)
Jesus was even calling God what?
His own Father. (John 5:18)
Jesus was making himself equal with whom?
God. (John 5:18)
Who was breaking the Sabbath?
(He) Jesus. (John 5:18)
Who was even calling God his own Father?
(He) Jesus. (John 5:18)
Who was making himself equal with God?
(He) Jesus. (John 5:18)
The Son can do what of his own accord?
Nothing. (John 5:19)
The Son can do nothing how?
Of his own accord. (John 5:19)
The Son can do only what?
What he sees the Father doing. (John 5:19)
Who can do only what he sees the Father doing?
The Son. (John 5:19)
The Son can do only what he sees his Father doing,
why?
For whatever the Father does, that the Son does
likewise. (John 5:19)
The Son does likewise what?
(That) Whatever the Father does. (John 5:19)
Who can do nothing of his own accord?
The Son. (John 5:19)
Who loves the Son?
The Father. (John 5:20) (cf 3:35)
The Father loves the Son and shows him what?
All that he himself is doing. (John 5:20)
Who shows him all that he himself is doing?
The Father. (John 5:20)
So that you may marvel, the Father will show the Son
what?
Greater works than these. (John 5:20)
Who will show him greater works than these?
(He) the Father. (John 5:20)
The Father gives whom life?
(Them) The dead. (John 5:21)
Who raises the dead?
The Father. (John 5:21)
Who gives them life?
The Father. (John 5:21)
The Son gives life to whom?
Whom he will. (John 5:21)
The Father judges whom?
No one. (John 5:22)
The Father has given what to the Son?
All judgment. (John 5:22) (cf 3:35)
The Father has given all judgment to whom?
The Son. (John 5:22)
Who judges no one?
The Father. (John 5:22)
Who has given all judgment to the Son?
The Father. (John 5:22)
The Father has given all judgment to the Son why?
That all may honor the Son, just as they honor the
Father. (John 5:22)
All may honor the Son how?
Just as they honor the Father. (John 5:23)
Whoever does not honor the Son does not what?
Honor the Father who sent him. (John 5:23)
Who does not honor the Father?
Whoever does not honor the Son. (John 5:23)
3PT: Whoever hears my word and believes him who sent me, what?
Has eternal life. He does not come into judgment, but has passed from death to life. (John 5:24)
2PT: Who does not come into judgment?
Whoever hears my (Jesus') word, and believes him
who sent me. (John 5:24)
Who has crossed over from death to life?
(He) Whoever hears my (Jesus') word and believes
him who sent me. (John 5:24)
2PT: He does not come into judgment, but has passed
where?
From death to life. (John 5:24)
The dead will hear what?
The voice of the Son of God. (John 5:25)
Who will hear the voice of the Son of God?
The dead. (John 5:25) (cf 5:28)
An hour is coming, and now is, when the dead will
hear what?
The voice of the Son of God. (John 5:25)
Those who hear what will live?
The voice of the Son of God. (John 5:25)
The Father has life where?
In himself. (John 5:26)
Who has life in himself?
The Father. (John 5:26)
He has granted the Son also to have what?
Life in himself. (John 5:26)
Who has granted the Son also to have life in himself?
(He) The Father. (John 5:26)
The Father has what in himself?
Life. (John 5:26)
The Father has granted the Son also to have what?
Life in himself. (John 5:26)
The Father has given the Son authority to what?
Execute judgment. (John 5:27)
Who has given the Son authority to execute
judgment?
(He) The Father. (John 5:27)
The Father has given the Son authority to execute
judgment why
Because he is the Son of Man. (John 5:27)
The Father has given whom authority to execute
judgment?
(Him) The Son. (John 5:27)
Do not marvel at what?
(This) That the Father has given the Son authority to
execute judgment. (John 5:28) (cf 3:7)
2PT: An hour is coming when all who are in the tombs will what?
Hear his voice and come out. (John 5:28-29)
Who will hear his voice and come out?
All who are in the tombs. (John 5:28-29) (cf 5:25)
Who will come out?
All who are in the tombs. (John 5:28)
Do not marvel at this why?
For an hour is coming when all who are in the tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who have done good to the resurrection of life, and those who have done evil to the resurrection of judgment. (John 5:28) (cf 3:7)
All who are in the tombs will hear what?
His (The Son's) voice. (John 5:28)
Those who have done good will come out to what?
The resurrection of life. (John 5:29)
Who will come out to the resurrection of life?
Those who have done good. (John 5:29)
Those who have done evil will come out to what?
The resurrection of judgment. (John 5:29)
Who will come out to the resurrection of judgment?
Those who have done evil. (John 5:29)
I can do nothing how?
On my own. (John 5:30)
I judge how?
As I (Jesus) hear. (John 5:30)
What is just?
My (Jesus') judgment. (John 5:30)
My judgment is just why?
Because I seek not my own will but the will of him
who sent me. (John 5:30)
I seek not my own will but what?
The will of him who sent me. (John 5:30)
As I hear, I what?
Judge. (John 5:30)
2PT: My judgment is just, because I seek what?
Not my own will but the will of him who sent me.
(John 5:30)
What if I alone bear witness about myself?
My (Jesus') testimony is not true. (John 5:31)
If I alone bear witness about myself, my testimony is
what?
Not true. (John 5:31)
My testimony is not true, if what?
If I alone bear witness about myself. (John 5:31)
There is another who bears witness about whom?
(Me) Jesus. (John 5:32)
I know that the testimony he bears about me is what?
True. (John 5:32) (cf 19:35; 21:24)
You sent to whom?
John. (John 5:33)
You sent to John, and he has borne witness to what?
The truth. (John 5:33)
Who has borne witness to the truth?
(He) John. (John 5:33)
Not that the testimony that I receive is what?
From man. (John 5:34)
I say these things why?
So that you may be saved. (John 5:34)
John was a burning and shining what?
Lamp. (John 5:35)
Who was a burning and shining lamp?
(He) John. (John 5:35)
You were willing to rejoice for a while in what?
His (John's) light. (John 5:35)
You were willing to rejoice for a while in whose light?
(His) John's. (John 5:35)
The testimony I have is greater than what?
That of John. (John 5:36)
What is greater than that of John?
The testimony I (Jesus) have. (John 5:36)
The works that the Father has given me to accomplish
bear witness about me that what?
That the Father has sent me. (John 5:36) (cf 10:25)
2PT: What bear witness about me that the Father has sent me?
The works that the Father has given me to accomplish, the very works that I am doing. (John 5:36)
The Father who sent me has himself borne witness
how?
About me (Jesus). (John 5:37)
Who has borne witness about me?
The Father who sent me (Jesus). (John 5:37)
You have never heard what?
His (the Father's) voice. (John 5:37)
You have never seen what?
His (the Father's) form. (John 5:37)
You do not have his word abiding where?
In you. (John 5:38)
You do not have what abiding in you?
His (the Father's) word. (John 5:38)
You do not have his word abiding in you, why?
For you do not believe the one whom he (the Father) sent. (John 5:38)
You search the Scriptures why?
Because you think that in them you have eternal life. (John 5:39)
You think what?
That in them (the Scriptures) you have eternal life. (John 5:39) (cf 11:56)
It is they that bear witness about whom?
Me (Jesus). (John 5:39)
You think that in them you have what?
Eternal life. (John 5:39)
You think that in the Scriptures you have what?
Eternal life. (John 5:39)
You refuse to what?
Come to me (Jesus) to have life. (John 5:40)
You refuse to come to me to have what?
Life. (John 5:40)
I do not receive what?
Glory from people. (John 5:41)
Who do not receive glory from people?
(I) Jesus. (John 5:41)
You do not have the love of God where?
Within you. (John 5:42)
I know that you do not have what within you?
The love of God. (John 5:42)
Who do not receive me?
(You) The Jews. (John 5:43)
What if another comes in his own name?
You will receive him. (John 5:43)
I have come in my Father's name, and you do not
what?
Receive me (Jesus). (John 5:43)
If another comes in his own name, you will what?
Receive him. (John 5:43)
You will receive whom?
(Him) If another comes in his own name. (John 5:43)
2PT: How can you believe, when you what?
You receive glory from one another and do not seek the glory that comes from the only God? (John 5:44)
You receive what from one another?
Glory. (John 5:44)
You do not seek the glory that comes from whom
The only God. (John 5:44)
What comes from the only God?
Glory. (John 5:44)
You receive glory from whom?
One another. (John 5:44)
Do not think that I will what?
Accuse you to the Father. (John 5:45)
There is one who accuses you: who?
Moses (on whom you have set your hope). (John
5:45)
You have set your hope on whom?
Moses. (John 5:45)
What if you believed Moses?
You would believe me (Jesus) (for he wrote of me).
(John 5:46)
Who wrote of me?
(He) Moses. (John 5:46)
He wrote of whom?
(Me) Jesus. (John 5:46)
If you believed Moses, you would believe me, why?
For he wrote of me. (John 5:46)
If you do not believe his writings, how will you
believe what?
My (Jesus') words. (John 5:47)
If you do not believe Moses' writings, how will you
believe what?
My (Jesus') words. (John 5:47)
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)
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)
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?