Come and See – the Mini-Booklet

I’ve just collected all of the blogs from the Come and See series and published my newest mini-booklet, Come and See: A Look at the Life of Jesus in the Gospel of John.

BOOKLET - Come and See - Gospel of John Cover

You can download a printable version of this booklet HERE. Here’s an introduction to this little booklet:

Come and See:

The Big Idea: In the Gospel of John, we are invited to “come and see” what Jesus is like. John reveals Jesus to us through His seven “I am” claims, seven miracles, and seven sermons.

“Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good; Blessed is the man who trusts in Him!” (Psalm 34:8).

What a wonderful invitation that has been given to us by the Creator of the universe! He has invited us to come to Him and taste of His goodness, and have a personal relationship with His Son Jesus Christ. Once you’ve experienced His goodness, and the abundant life that Jesus freely offers, you’ll want to know Him more, love Him, and serve Him.

I’m so thankful for the gift that God has given us in the Bible. May we never take for granted this amazing blessing that He has given to us. Every word in the Bible is inspired by God and is the blueprint for living life on planet earth. The B.I.B.L.E. is Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth.

As we begin this journey, studying the life of Jesus as recorded in the Gospel of John, my prayer is that the Lord would give us a spirit of wisdom and a fresh revelation of who Jesus is. As we come and see, and taste of the goodness of the Lord, I pray that we would never be the same again, in Jesus’ precious name, amen.

Tomorrow, we will return you to your regularly scheduled daily devotionals…

Pastor Chris Jordan

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About Chris Jordan

Husband. Father. Author. Pastor. Guidance Counsellor. High School Teacher. Follower of Jesus. And I enjoy a good cup of coffee!
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