The Apostle John: Exploring John’s Gospel, Letters, and Revelation (boxset)

The Apostle John: Exploring John’s Gospel, Letters, and Revelation (boxset)

Explore the evocative writing of the Apostle John.

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Dig into the profound writing of the Apostle John.

John wrote the beloved gospel account of Jesus in the book of John, the mystifying end time prophecy of Revelation, and three oft forgotten, but heartfelt letters: 1, 2, and 3 John.

Now, for the first time, explore them all together—John’s gospel, John’s letters, and John’s revelation—in this powerful and handy Bible study boxset.

Grow in your faith and deepen your understanding of what it means to follow Jesus from the Apostle John. John was one of Jesus’s disciples, part of his inner circle, and an eyewitness to the life and ministry of our Savior. And John was the disciple Jesus loved.

We should listen to what John says.

In The Apostle John, lifetime student of the Bible and founder of, Peter DeHaan, digs deep into John’s insightful writing to unearth thought-provoking insights that can inform your beliefs and transform your life.

In this evocative Bible study devotional, you’ll discover:

  • Why so many cherish John’s biography of Jesus
  • Jesus’s gift of living water—so we’ll never thirst again
  • The Good Shepherd who cares for us, his sheep
  • A fresh approach to the book of Revelation
  • A hope that good will triumph over evil in the end
  • How to trust in a God who holds the past, present, and future in his hands
  • A deeper appreciation for the two greatest commands: Love God and love others

Inspire your soul and nourish your spirit.

In The Apostle John you’ll encounter eye-opening insights from passages you thought were familiar. Find fresh truths as you gain a broader appreciation of John’s poetic biography of Jesus, the Apostle’s end time vision, and three inspiring letters.

Ideal for individual or group study, this book includes Scripture references and questions inviting you to go deeper.

Get The Apostle John today to expand your love and grow your faith.


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Day 1: Jesus: The Word, the Life, and the Light

Today’s passage: John 1:1–14

Focus verse: In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. (John 1:4)

The book of John opens with a most moving passage. It’s lyrical, it’s evocative, and it is exquisite.

In this poetic prelude of John’s Gospel, he calls Jesus the Word, and asserts that the Word is God. This means Jesus is God. While some people may think it’s an overreach to claim that the Word refers to Jesus, keep reading.

To remove all doubt, John later states that this Word becomes human to join us on earth. Jesus becomes a man to live among us. Jesus, as the Word, shows us his glory as the one and only Son from Father God. Jesus overflows with grace and abounds in truth. He is the Word sent to us from God.

We often assume the Word of God means Scripture. But remember that the New Testament of the Bible didn’t exist until several centuries after Jesus’s death and resurrection. Because of this, we should consider God’s Word as his spoken Word, more so than his written Word. What if Jesus is more than the metaphorical Word? What if he serves as the actual Word of God? Yes, Jesus is the Word.

John also writes that in Jesus is life. Jesus is present when time begins and takes part in forming our existence. In fact, without Jesus, creation cannot occur. Physical life flows through Jesus at creation. In the same way, eternal life emanates through Jesus now. Jesus comes so we may have life and live with abundance (John 10:10). This theme of life recurs throughout the book of John, with his writing mentioning life in forty-one verses, more often than any other book in the Bible.

The life of Jesus, and the life through Jesus, gives us light. Just as the sun that Jesus created illuminates our physical world, the light that Jesus gives off now illuminates our spiritual world. This light shines for us in the darkness that surrounds us, exposing the evil in our world. Best of all, this light of Jesus overcomes the darkness, pushing it away. This means good is stronger than evil. God is more powerful than Satan. Hold on to this truth. Don’t forget it.

Jesus is the light. As the light—our true light—he comes into our world to save us. Though many do not recognize him or accept him, everyone who receives him and believes in his name become children of God, born of God.

Because of Jesus we’ve been born into the physical realm, and through our belief in him we are born a second time into the spiritual realm.

Take time to contemplate John’s profound opening to his biography, revealing Jesus as the Word, the life, and the light.

Do you recognize Jesus as Word, life, and light? Do you believe in him?

[Discover what else John says about the Word of God in 1 John 2:14, Revelation 1:1–2, Revelation 19:12–13, and Revelation 20:4.] 

Meet Author Peter DeHaan

Peter DeHaan, PhD, often makes religious people squirm, but spiritual seekers cheer. He’s not trying to be provocative, but he seeks truth, even if it makes some people uncomfortable. He yearns for Christians to push past the status quo and reconsider how they practice their faith in every area of their lives.

Peter earned his doctorate, awarded with high distinction, from Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary. He lives with his wife in beautiful Southwest Michigan and wrangles crossword puzzles in his spare time.

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