All Resources on John 1
When we come to know Jesus in John's Gospel, we come to know God.
The light shines in the darkness—Jesus shines, the gospel shines, the church shines—and the darkness will not overcome it.
Not only is Jesus the Life that created all material life, but he is the Life that creates all eternal life.
The Gospel is news and we are born again by believing that it is true and embracing it.
Christians must know Jesus well so that they can discern between the Christ of Scripture and the Christ that other religions claim to honor.
John the Baptist came so that we might believe in Jesus and have life like we never had it before.
Let's join John the Baptist in saying, “Jesus must increase, but I must decrease.”
What can we learn about our calling as Christians when it's described as witnessing about light?
Not everyone is a child of God. Are you?
A Christmas Meditation on John 1:14-16
By becoming a man, Jesus shows us the glory of God.
God came to live in a tent so we can watch him more closely. God wants to be seen and known in his Son.
Those who by grace are born of God have seen the glory of God that Moses asked to see but wasn't permitted.
Those who embrace Jesus as their Lamb and their Lord will be sheltered from God's otherwise inescapable wrath.
Baptism by the Holy Spirit is mainly about Jesus, not the Holy Spirit.
7 ways John shows us the glory of Jesus.
What's the difference between necessary judgments of probability and sinful prejudice?
What do Jesus' titles in the first chapter of John say about him?