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Lesson No. 7. JOHN. KEY WORD—“BELIEVE.” KEY VERSE—John 20:31. KEY PHRASE—“CHRIST IS THE DIVINE SON OF GOD.”. WRITER— The Apostle John who wrote five books in all—this gospel, the three epistles and Revelation. . DATE—About 90 A.D. Place—Ephesus.

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KEY WORD—“BELIEVE.”

KEY VERSE—John 20:31.

KEY PHRASE—“CHRIST IS THE DIVINE SON OF GOD.”

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WRITER—The Apostle John who wrote five books in all—this gospel, the three epistles and Revelation.
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PURPOSE—“That ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing ye might live through His name,” John 20:31.
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THE TIMES OF JOHN—Jerusalem had been destroyed twenty years previously, and the temple with it, which weakened the religion of the Jews. The gospel had been preached all over the Roman Empire and had made a great impression everywhere. All the books of the New Testament except this gospel and Revelation had been written, so that the facts and doctrines of the gospel were getting to be well known. Already, however, false teachers were arising who denied that Jesus Christ was truly the Son of God come in the flesh. John therefore, writes just those scenes, works, and words of Jesus that reveal His divine person and power, grace and glory.