The Book of John

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Come along with Eli and Saba (Eli’s Grandfather) on a wild ride of storytelling and discovery, and learn about the real HERO of the Bible ... Jesus!
 
 

John's gospel can be broken into four parts: an Introduction (John 1:-1:18), the Book of signs (1:19-12:50), the Book of exaltation (13:1-20:31) and an epilogue (Chapter 21).

One of John's aims in writing his gospel was to structure his book in such a way that helps us as the reader to understand John The Baptist's role in preparing the way for the Messiah. Jesus called him the "Elijah who was to come" (Mt. 11:14). In the same way that Elijah prepared the way for Elisha's ministry, John prepared people to meet Jesus--the one GREATER than Elisha.

Hero is a imaginative story for children that will help children and adults alike to study the 7 “Signs” and the 7 "I AM" statements of Jesus, and to understand how Jesus intentionally fulfilled the ministry of Elisha in his works and miracles. 



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