John wants us to understand that Jesus is the promised Messiah and God’s Son, and through this to receive eternal life.
To achieve this aim, the apostle highlights seven ‘signs’ that display Jesus’ deity, and seven ‘I am’ sayings of Jesus that identify him as the God who revealed himself at the burning bush.
This Welwyn Commentary is for those who want to grapple seriously with the biblical text and its application to their daily lives, and will also be useful to those who teach God’s word.
This 66th volume completes the Welwyn Commentary Series.
“Stan Evers writes with conviction, yet with a profound simplicity which will encourage the reader to read, mark, and learn from the wisdom of John.”
Ian Densham, former pastor
“Shows how John in his Gospel holds forth the person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ from different perspectives, each contributing to the overall goal of the work: that we should believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, the Saviour of sinners – and so have life in his name.”
Roberts Strivens, pastor and former principal of the London Seminary