John 6 commentary

x2 John chapter 6. 1 Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea of Tiberias), 2 and a great crowd of people followed him because they saw the signs he had performed by healing the sick. 3 Then Jesus went up on a mountainside and sat down with his disciples. 4 The Jewish Passover Festival was near ... The Bread from Heaven. A. Preparation for the miracle. 1. ( Jhn 6:1-4) A crowd gathers to Jesus near the Sea of Galilee. After these things Jesus went over the Sea of Galilee, which is the Sea of Tiberias. Then a great multitude followed Him, because they saw His signs which He performed on those who were diseased. John also emphasised that Jesus was human. John recorded that Jesus was tired (John 4:6). John also recorded that Jesus needed food (John 4:31). Jesus was very sad when his friend Lazarus died. At that time, Jesus cried (John 11:35). On another occasion, Jesus became angry with the people who did business in the *Temple (John 2:15).John 6 records Christ's fourth journey in the third year of His ministry when He preached by the Sea of Galilee. 1 John's Gospel is commonly considered as being addressed to the world. One evidence of John's intended audience as being to the world was that he often explains names, places and customs which would be unfamiliar to non-Jews, indicating the audience that God intended the Gospel of ...Verse 1. Galilee. St. John does not usually relate what is mentioned by the other evangelists, especially what happened in Galilee. If he does it on this occasion, it is purposely to introduce the subject of the heavenly bread, which begins ver. 37. He seems, moreover, to have had in view the description of the different passovers during Christ ... John chapter 6. 1 Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea of Tiberias), 2 and a great crowd of people followed him because they saw the signs he had performed by healing the sick. 3 Then Jesus went up on a mountainside and sat down with his disciples. 4 The Jewish Passover Festival was near ... The Gospel of JohnVerse by Verse Bible StudyWith Commentary. The Word was God. (John 1:1-18) - Jesus was both the Word, and God. He had been with God since the beginning, and all things had been created through Him. In Him is life, and that life is the light of the world. John The Baptist's Testimony. John 6. In this chapter we have, I. The miracle of the loaves, ver 1-14. II. Christ's walking upon the water, ver 15-21. III. The people's flocking after him to Capernaum, ver 22-25. IV. His conference with them, occasioned by the miracle of the loaves, in which he reproves them for seeking carnal food, and directs them to spiritual food ( ver ... Christ having checked their murmuring, continues what he was saying, John 6:40. No man comes to me, unless my Father draw him — No man can believe in Christ, unless God give him power: he draws us first, by good desires. Not by compulsion, not by laying the will under any necessity; but by the strong and sweet, yet still resistible, motions ...6:16 3 And when even was [now] come, his disciples went down unto the sea, ( 3) The godly are often in peril and danger, but Christ comes to them in time, even in the midst of the tempests, and brings them to the haven. 6:17 And entered into a ship, and went over the sea b toward Capernaum. And it was now dark, and Jesus was not come to them.JD. Tim Challies. This is the near-unanimous choice of those who have written commentaries on the commentaries. Phillip J. Long. This is a remarkably useful commentary on John for exegetical details. jsteffaniak. Excellent and engaging commentary. more. Keener, Craig S. The Gospel of John: A Commentary: Two Volumes. Faith (Part Three) John 6:29. God works to create in His children faith in Jesus Christ because He has decreed salvation is by grace through faith. Faith is absolutely essential, and so He works to create in us a strong trust His Son. This is done through "feeding the flock." Only a small portion of it is done in the initial conversion.John 6 records Christ's fourth journey in the third year of His ministry when He preached by the Sea of Galilee. 1 John's Gospel is commonly considered as being addressed to the world. One evidence of John's intended audience as being to the world was that he often explains names, places and customs which would be unfamiliar to non-Jews, indicating the audience that God intended the Gospel of ...Scripture John 6 Sort Bible Verse. Bible Verse; Newest; Oldest; Most Viewed; Sermon. The All-Providing King Who Would Not Be King. Nov 1, 2009. Scripture: John 6:1–15. John 6:10 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] John 6:10, NIV: Jesus said, 'Have the people sit down.'There was plenty of grass in that place, and they sat down (about five thousand men were there). John 6:10, ESV: Jesus said, "Have the people sit down."Now there was much grass in the place.Commentary on John 6:1-21. The feeding of the multitude is the only miracle story told in all four Gospels. Perhaps this story has such a secure place in the memory of the church because of the Eucharistic themes which it carries. This is especially true in John where Jesus' action over the bread is described with the verb eucharisteo ...Jul 26, 2009 · Commentary on John 6:1-21. The feeding of the multitude is the only miracle story told in all four Gospels. Perhaps this story has such a secure place in the memory of the church because of the Eucharistic themes which it carries. This is especially true in John where Jesus’ action over the bread is described with the verb eucharisteo ... John 6:14-21 . JESUS WALKS ON THE SEA. 15. departed . . . to a mountain himself alone-- (1) to rest, which He came to this "desert place" on purpose to do before the miracle of the loaves, but could not for the multitude that followed Him (see Mark 6:31 ); and (2) "to pray" ( Matthew 14:23 , 6:46 ). But from His mountain-top He kept watching ...John 6:6 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] John 6:6, NIV: He asked this only to test him, for he already had in mind what he was going to do. John 6:6, ESV: He said this to test him, for he himself knew what he would do. John 6:6, KJV: And this he said to prove him: for he himself knew what he would do. John 6:6, NASB: But He was saying this only to test him, for He Himself knew what He ...Characteristically, John describes what happened as a "sign". The effect of the sign is to make some people think of Jesus as a prophet, and some to wish to make a king out of him. There are three principal ways of understanding what happened. Some hold that a "miracle" took place in men's hearts.14 After the people saw the miraculous sign that Jesus did, they began to say, "Surely this is the Prophet who is to come into the world." 15 Jesus, knowing that they intended to come and make him king by force, withdrew again to a mountain by himself. New International Version. John 6 Commentary: Catholics vs. Protestants About two days ago, I was talking about my good Protestant friends, some of whom do not believe in the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. But, as I said, you simply cannot read this Eucharistic discourse and come up with any other interpretation. Biblical Commentary (Bible study) John 6:1-21 EXEGESIS: JOHN, CHAPTER 6. GALILEE, JERUSALEM, GALILEE, JERUSALEM The end of chapter 4 finds Jesus in Galilee. Chapter 5 moves to Jerusalem. Chapter 6 (our reading for this week) moves back to Galilee. In chapter 7 Jesus will return to Jerusalem. It would simplify theCHAPTER 6. Multiplication of the Loaves. *. 1 a After this, Jesus went across the Sea of Galilee [of Tiberias]. *. 2 A large crowd followed him, because they saw the signs he was performing on the sick. 3 Jesus went up on the mountain, and there he sat down with his disciples.Jesus and his disciples had landed on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee sometime between 3 and 6 A. M. It was now the next day — that is, the morning after the feeding of the "five thousand," which is the same as saying: the morning of the arrival of Christ and his disciples on the Plain of Gennesaret. You will recall the crowd ...Nov 01, 2010 · 1) If Jesus was clearing up the point, he would have to be considered a poor teacher: Many of the disciples left him immediately thereafter because they still believed the words of our Lord to mean what they said. 2) Most importantly, Jesus did not say, “ My flesh is of no avail.”. He said, “ The flesh is of no avail.”. John 6:6 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] John 6:6, NIV: He asked this only to test him, for he already had in mind what he was going to do. John 6:6, ESV: He said this to test him, for he himself knew what he would do. John 6:6, KJV: And this he said to prove him: for he himself knew what he would do. John 6:6, NASB: But He was saying this only to test him, for He Himself knew what He ...Jesus organizes the people into groups and gives them food, just as Moses did in the wilderness. This is the main point of the lengthy discussion between Jesus and the people in John 6. The churning waters of the storm are an allusion to the chaos of the sea in the Exodus. Jesus walks on the water as if it is dry land and leads his disciples ...a. They led Jesus from Caiaphas: After interrogation, Annas sent Jesus to Caiaphas ( John 18:24) for a trial in two parts. The first was a hastily gathered assembly of the council recorded in Matthew 26:57-68. The second was the official, daylight meeting of the Sanhedrin ( Luke 22:66 ).John 6:1-13 1. Afterwards, Jesus went across the sea of Galilee, which is called (the sea) of Tiberias. 2. And a great multitude followed him, because they had seen his miracles, which he performed on those who were diseased. 3. And Jesus went up into a mountain, and there sat down with his disciples. 4.John 6. He preached in the same church as C. H. Spurgeon over one hundred years earlier. Yet most people today have never heard of John Gill. This is unfortunate, since his works contain priceless gems of information that are found nowhere except in the ancient writings of the Jews. Presented here is a verse by verse exposition of the New ... Jul 29, 2012 · John 6:1-21 holds together as a narrative, but it actually contains two stories. Both are included by the synoptic gospel writers. The feeding of the 5,000+ (verses 5-15) is found in Matthew 14:13-21, Mark 6:30-44, and Luke 9:10-17. John’s narrative of Jesus’ walking on the water is consistent with the Matthean and Markan chronology. Explanation and Commentary of John 6:44. To be biblically faithful, a Christian has to hold an iron grip on two sides of a great paradox. On the one hand, without a doubt, to be an image-bearer of the Almighty Creator of the universe is to be a volitional being who not only can make choices but must make choices if he or she is to be faithful ...John 6 Commentary: Catholics vs. Protestants. About two days ago, I was talking about my good Protestant friends, some of whom do not believe in the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. But, as I said, you simply cannot read this Eucharistic discourse and come up with any other interpretation.Verse 1. Christ the Bread of Life is the theme of this grand chapter. First, there was the fourth great sign (John 6:1-14), then the people's efforts to make him King (John 6:15), the fifth of the seven signs (John 6:16-21), next the discussions on the other side of the lake and the extended metaphor of the bread of life (John 6:22-51), then the "hard saying" regarding the eating of his flesh ... The Bread from Heaven. A. Preparation for the miracle. 1. ( Jhn 6:1-4) A crowd gathers to Jesus near the Sea of Galilee. After these things Jesus went over the Sea of Galilee, which is the Sea of Tiberias. Then a great multitude followed Him, because they saw His signs which He performed on those who were diseased. Faith (Part Three) John 6:29. God works to create in His children faith in Jesus Christ because He has decreed salvation is by grace through faith. Faith is absolutely essential, and so He works to create in us a strong trust His Son. This is done through "feeding the flock." Only a small portion of it is done in the initial conversion. Commentary on John 6:15-21. Here were Christ's disciples in the way of duty, and Christ was praying for them; yet they were in distress. There may be perils and afflictions of this present time, where there is an interest in Christ. Clouds and darkness often surround the children of the light and of the day. Characteristically, John describes what happened as a "sign". The effect of the sign is to make some people think of Jesus as a prophet, and some to wish to make a king out of him. There are three principal ways of understanding what happened. Some hold that a "miracle" took place in men's hearts.14 After the people saw the miraculous sign that Jesus did, they began to say, "Surely this is the Prophet who is to come into the world." 15 Jesus, knowing that they intended to come and make him king by force, withdrew again to a mountain by himself. New International Version.Jul 13, 2016 · Chapter six of the Gospel of John is broken up into three segments, which build upon each other and conclude in the epic climax of Jesus’ teaching on the Eucharist. The opening of the chapter begins with the miraculous Feeding of the 5000. As Jesus was teaching in Tiberias, a multitude of people began to follow Him, “because they saw the ... John 6, Wesley's Explanatory Notes, One of over 125 Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, produced by John Wesley between 1754 and 1765, has stood the test of time. Jesus and the Woman of Samaria. 4 Now when Jesus learned that the Pharisees had heard that Jesus was making and b baptizing more disciples than John 2 (although Jesus himself did not baptize, but only his disciples), 3 he left Judea and departed c again for Galilee. 4 d And he had to pass through Samaria. 5 So he came to a town of Samaria called Sychar, near the field e that Jacob had given to ... JD. Tim Challies. This is the near-unanimous choice of those who have written commentaries on the commentaries. Phillip J. Long. This is a remarkably useful commentary on John for exegetical details. jsteffaniak. Excellent and engaging commentary. more. Keener, Craig S. The Gospel of John: A Commentary: Two Volumes. Aug 05, 2012 · Commentary on John 6:24-35. The text for this week sets up in much the same way as last week’s. The crowd is looking for Jesus. This time they have trailed around the lake to the new location on the other side. The new location is going to provide a new context for the interpretation of the miracles from the previous text. John 1:6-13 John the Baptist. 6There was a man sent from God, whose name was John. 7He came as a witness to testify to the light, so that all might believe through him. 8He himself was not the light, but he came to testify to the light. 9The true light which enlightens everyone, was coming into the world. 10He was in the world, and the world ...Nov 01, 2010 · 1) If Jesus was clearing up the point, he would have to be considered a poor teacher: Many of the disciples left him immediately thereafter because they still believed the words of our Lord to mean what they said. 2) Most importantly, Jesus did not say, “ My flesh is of no avail.”. He said, “ The flesh is of no avail.”. A Commentary on the Gospel of John. "After these things Jesus went over the sea of Galilee, which is the sea of Tiberias. And a great multitude. followed him, because they saw his miracles which he did on them that were diseased. And Jesus went up into a mountain, and there he sat with his disciples. And the passover, a feast of the Jews, was ... Verse 1. Christ the Bread of Life is the theme of this grand chapter. First, there was the fourth great sign (John 6:1-14), then the people's efforts to make him King (John 6:15), the fifth of the seven signs (John 6:16-21), next the discussions on the other side of the lake and the extended metaphor of the bread of life (John 6:22-51), then the "hard saying" regarding the eating of his flesh ... Scripture John 6 Sort Bible Verse. Bible Verse; Newest; Oldest; Most Viewed; Sermon. The All-Providing King Who Would Not Be King. Nov 1, 2009. Scripture: John 6:1–15. Jhn 6:1. ¶. After these things Jesus went over the Sea of Galilee, which is the Sea of Tiberias. Tools. Jhn 6:2. Then a great multitude followed Him, because they saw His signs which He performed on those who were diseased. Tools. Jhn 6:3. And Jesus went up on the mountain, and there He sat with His disciples.Jul 13, 2016 · Chapter six of the Gospel of John is broken up into three segments, which build upon each other and conclude in the epic climax of Jesus’ teaching on the Eucharist. The opening of the chapter begins with the miraculous Feeding of the 5000. As Jesus was teaching in Tiberias, a multitude of people began to follow Him, “because they saw the ... Chapter 6. Five thousand miraculously fed. Jesus walks on the sea. He directs to spiritual food. His discourse with the multitude. Many of disciples go back. . Verses 1-14 John relates the miracle of feeding the multitude, for its reference to the following discourse. Observe the effect this miracle had upon the people. Even the common Jews expected the Messiah to come into the world, and to ... Commentary for John 6 . Five thousand miraculously fed. (1-14) Jesus walks on the sea. (15-21) He directs to spiritual food. (22-27) His discourse with the multitude. (28-65) Many of disciples go back. (66-71)1-14 John relates the miracle of feeding the multitude, for its reference to the following discourse. Observe the effect this miracle had ...Jul 26, 2009 · Commentary on John 6:1-21. The feeding of the multitude is the only miracle story told in all four Gospels. Perhaps this story has such a secure place in the memory of the church because of the Eucharistic themes which it carries. This is especially true in John where Jesus’ action over the bread is described with the verb eucharisteo ... They Will All Be Taught of God. Dec 6, 2009. Scripture: John 6:41–51. John Piper. Dec 6, 2009. Look at the Book. Five Thousand Fed - After these things Jesus went away to the other side of the Sea of Galilee (or Tiberias). A large crowd followed Him, because they saw the signs which He was performing on those who were sick. Then Jesus went up on the mountain, and there He sat down with His disciples. Now the Passover, the feast of the Jews, was near. Therefore Jesus, lifting up His eyes and seeing that a ...It is the waste of man that causes want. There is food enough for all. The waste of our nation is appalling;--$800,000,000 per year in liquor; $200,000,000 on tobacco, besides all the extravagance of life. Christ bids us save; save the fragments. It is by wasting the fragments that the great wastes occurs.John 6:6 Context. 3 And Jesus went up into a mountain, and there he sat with his disciples. 4 And the passover, ... Bible Commentary for John 6:6. Wesley's Notes for John 6:6. 6:5 Jesus saith to Philip - Perhaps he had the care of providing victuals for the family of the apostles.1. Background to the Study of John. 2. Major Differences Between John and the Synoptic Gospels. 3. Prologue ( John 1:1-18) 4. Exegetical Commentary on John 1 (verses 1:19 - 51) 5.Jun 28, 2004 · 6:15 Jesus, knowing that his hour had not yet come (and would not, in this fashion) withdrew. The ministry of miracles in Galilee, ending with this, the multiplication of the bread (the last public miracle in Galilee recorded by John) aroused such a popular response that there was danger of an uprising. 6 After this. ( A) Jesus went away to the other side of. ( B) the Sea of Galilee, which is. ( C) the Sea of Tiberias. 2 And a large crowd was following him, because they saw the signs that he was doing on the sick. 3 Jesus went up on. ( D) the mountain, and there he sat down with his disciples. 4 Now.Jul 13, 2016 · Chapter six of the Gospel of John is broken up into three segments, which build upon each other and conclude in the epic climax of Jesus’ teaching on the Eucharist. The opening of the chapter begins with the miraculous Feeding of the 5000. As Jesus was teaching in Tiberias, a multitude of people began to follow Him, “because they saw the ... John 6 Commentary. John 6:1 After these things Jesus went away to the other side of the Sea of Galilee (or Tiberias) Matthew 14:13 + Now when Jesus heard about John, He withdrew from there in a boat to a secluded place by Himself; and when the people heard of this, they followed Him on foot from the cities. JOHN 6:5-6 5 Then Jesus, having lifted up His eyes and seen that a great multitude was coming toward Him, said to Philip, "Where shall we buy bread, that these may eat?" 6 And He said this to test him, for He Himself knew what He was about to do.New Testament Gospels Only Individual Books. Chapter 6. THE LOAVES AND FISHES ( John 6:1-13 ) 6:1-13 After these things Jesus went away across the Sea of Galilee, that is, the Sea of Tiberias. A great crowd was following him, because they were watching the signs which he did on those who were ill. Jesus went up into the hill and he was sitting ...Characteristically, John describes what happened as a "sign". The effect of the sign is to make some people think of Jesus as a prophet, and some to wish to make a king out of him. There are three principal ways of understanding what happened. Some hold that a "miracle" took place in men's hearts.John 6:1-21 Commentary by Brian Peterson. The feeding of the multitude is the only miracle story told in all four Gospels. Perhaps this story has such a secure place in the memory of the church because of the Eucharistic themes which it carries. This is especially true in John where Jesus’ action over the bread is described with the verb ... King James Version. 6 After these things Jesus went over the sea of Galilee, which is the sea of Tiberias. 2 And a great multitude followed him, because they saw his miracles which he did on them that were diseased. 3 And Jesus went up into a mountain, and there he sat with his disciples. 4 And the passover, a feast of the Jews, was nigh.The word which you hear is not Mine but the Father's who sent Me: Jesus again emphasized His total reliance upon and submission to God the Father. Jesus openly stated both His equality with the Father ( John 14:1, 14:3, 14:7, 14:9 ). C. As Jesus departs, He gives the gift of the Holy Spirit and His peace.Jesus organizes the people into groups and gives them food, just as Moses did in the wilderness. This is the main point of the lengthy discussion between Jesus and the people in John 6. The churning waters of the storm are an allusion to the chaos of the sea in the Exodus. Jesus walks on the water as if it is dry land and leads his disciples ...Jesus organizes the people into groups and gives them food, just as Moses did in the wilderness. This is the main point of the lengthy discussion between Jesus and the people in John 6. The churning waters of the storm are an allusion to the chaos of the sea in the Exodus. Jesus walks on the water as if it is dry land and leads his disciples ...John 14:6 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] John 14:6, NIV: Jesus answered, 'I am the way and the truth and the life.No one comes to the Father except through me. John 14:6, ESV: Jesus said to him, "I am the way, and the truth, and the life.No one comes to the Father except through me. John 14:6, KJV: Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the ...1 after these things jesus went over the sea of galilee, which is the sea of tiberias. 2 and a great multitude followed him, because they saw his miracles which he did on them that were diseased. 3 and jesus went up into a mountain, and there he sat with his disciples. 4 and the passover, a feast of the jews, was nigh. 5 when jesus then lifted up …Jul 26, 2009 · Commentary on John 6:1-21. The feeding of the multitude is the only miracle story told in all four Gospels. Perhaps this story has such a secure place in the memory of the church because of the Eucharistic themes which it carries. This is especially true in John where Jesus’ action over the bread is described with the verb eucharisteo ... John 6:1-21 Commentary by Brian Peterson. The feeding of the multitude is the only miracle story told in all four Gospels. Perhaps this story has such a secure place in the memory of the church because of the Eucharistic themes which it carries. This is especially true in John where Jesus’ action over the bread is described with the verb ... John 6, Wesley's Explanatory Notes, One of over 125 Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, produced by John Wesley between 1754 and 1765, has stood the test of time. Biblical Commentary (Bible study) John 6:51-58 EXEGESIS: JOHN 6. BACKGROUND These verses constitute the ending of the Bread of Life Discourse (vv. 22-58), given at the synagogue in Capernaum (v. 59), Jesus' hometown as an adult (Matthew 4:13). The discourse follows the stories of the feeding of the five thousand John 14:6 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] John 14:6, NIV: Jesus answered, 'I am the way and the truth and the life.No one comes to the Father except through me. John 14:6, ESV: Jesus said to him, "I am the way, and the truth, and the life.No one comes to the Father except through me. John 14:6, KJV: Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the ...6. Note, (1.) Our Lord Jesus is never at a loss in his counsels; but, how difficult soever the case is, he knows what he has to do and what course he will take, Acts 15:18. He knows the thoughts he has towards his people ( Jer. 29:11) and is never at uncertainty; when we know not, he himself knows what he will do.John 6:21 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] John 6:21, NIV: Then they were willing to take him into the boat, and immediately the boat reached the shore where they were heading. John 6:21, ESV: Then they were glad to take him into the boat, and immediately the boat was at the land to which they were going. John 6:21, KJV: Then they willingly received him into the ship: and immediately ...6. Note, (1.) Our Lord Jesus is never at a loss in his counsels; but, how difficult soever the case is, he knows what he has to do and what course he will take, Acts 15:18. He knows the thoughts he has towards his people ( Jer. 29:11) and is never at uncertainty; when we know not, he himself knows what he will do.John 6:54 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] John 6:54, NIV: Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise them up at the last day. John 6:54, ESV: Whoever feeds on my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise him up on the last day. Verse 1. Christ the Bread of Life is the theme of this grand chapter. First, there was the fourth great sign (John 6:1-14), then the people's efforts to make him King (John 6:15), the fifth of the seven signs (John 6:16-21), next the discussions on the other side of the lake and the extended metaphor of the bread of life (John 6:22-51), then the "hard saying" regarding the eating of his flesh ... Jul 26, 2009 · Commentary on John 6:1-21. The feeding of the multitude is the only miracle story told in all four Gospels. Perhaps this story has such a secure place in the memory of the church because of the Eucharistic themes which it carries. This is especially true in John where Jesus’ action over the bread is described with the verb eucharisteo ... John 6. He preached in the same church as C. H. Spurgeon over one hundred years earlier. Yet most people today have never heard of John Gill. This is unfortunate, since his works contain priceless gems of information that are found nowhere except in the ancient writings of the Jews. Presented here is a verse by verse exposition of the New ... Biblical Commentary (Bible study) John 6:1-21 EXEGESIS: JOHN, CHAPTER 6. GALILEE, JERUSALEM, GALILEE, JERUSALEM The end of chapter 4 finds Jesus in Galilee. Chapter 5 moves to Jerusalem. Chapter 6 (our reading for this week) moves back to Galilee. In chapter 7 Jesus will return to Jerusalem. It would simplify theInsatiable human curiosity combined with the holiday atmosphere of the Passover season ( John 6:4) to bring great throngs of people to Jesus. None knew any better than the Lord the undependable nature of such crowds and the essentially mundane motives and aspirations of the people. JOHN: PRECEPT UPON PRECEPT Precept Ministries International Inductive Study. Lesson 1 of each part can be downloaded below as Pdf. John Part 1 10 lessons covering John 1-6 with Lesson Six a study on Being Born Again and Lesson Ten a Topical Study on Jesus' Disciples; John Part 2 8 lessons covering John 7-11. Includes Topical Study on the Feasts (Lessons 2-4) and Topical Study on SheepMatthew Henry's Concise Commentary 6:1-14 John relates the miracle of feeding the multitude, for its reference to the following discourse. Observe the effect this miracle had upon the people. Even the common Jews expected the Messiah to come into the world, and to be a great Prophet.John 6:16-21: This is the Apostle John's account of, Jesus Walks on Water. The Holy Spirit presented bits and pieces of information of this event from each of the four gospels. The most noticeable difference in the accounts of Jesus walks on water, is that although Peter isn't mentioned in the Gospel of John, in Matthew, he gets out of the boat ... John 6 is the sixth chapter of the Gospel of John in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. It records Jesus' miracles of feeding the five thousand and walking on water, the Bread of Life Discourse, popular rejection of his teaching and Peter 's confession of faith. The final verses anticipate Jesus' betrayal by Judas Iscariot. Biblical Commentary (Bible study) John 6:51-58 EXEGESIS: JOHN 6. BACKGROUND These verses constitute the ending of the Bread of Life Discourse (vv. 22-58), given at the synagogue in Capernaum (v. 59), Jesus' hometown as an adult (Matthew 4:13). The discourse follows the stories of the feeding of the five thousand John chapter 6. 1 Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea of Tiberias), 2 and a great crowd of people followed him because they saw the signs he had performed by healing the sick. 3 Then Jesus went up on a mountainside and sat down with his disciples. 4 The Jewish Passover Festival was near ... Characteristically, John describes what happened as a "sign". The effect of the sign is to make some people think of Jesus as a prophet, and some to wish to make a king out of him. There are three principal ways of understanding what happened. Some hold that a "miracle" took place in men's hearts.John 6. After these things - The history of between ten and eleven months is to be supplied here from the other evangelists. Matthew 14:13 ; Mr 6:32; Lu 9:10. Jesus went up - Before the people overtook him. Jesus saith to Philip - Perhaps he had the care of providing victuals for the family of the apostles. They Will All Be Taught of God. Dec 6, 2009. Scripture: John 6:41–51. John Piper. Dec 6, 2009. Look at the Book. John 6:1-13 1. Afterwards, Jesus went across the sea of Galilee, which is called (the sea) of Tiberias. 2. And a great multitude followed him, because they had seen his miracles, which he performed on those who were diseased. 3. And Jesus went up into a mountain, and there sat down with his disciples. 4.They Will All Be Taught of God. Dec 6, 2009. Scripture: John 6:41–51. John Piper. Dec 6, 2009. Look at the Book. 6. Note, (1.) Our Lord Jesus is never at a loss in his counsels; but, how difficult soever the case is, he knows what he has to do and what course he will take, Acts 15:18. He knows the thoughts he has towards his people ( Jer. 29:11) and is never at uncertainty; when we know not, he himself knows what he will do.John 6. After these things - The history of between ten and eleven months is to be supplied here from the other evangelists. Matthew 14:13 ; Mr 6:32; Lu 9:10. Jesus went up - Before the people overtook him. Jesus saith to Philip - Perhaps he had the care of providing victuals for the family of the apostles. a. They led Jesus from Caiaphas: After interrogation, Annas sent Jesus to Caiaphas ( John 18:24) for a trial in two parts. The first was a hastily gathered assembly of the council recorded in Matthew 26:57-68. The second was the official, daylight meeting of the Sanhedrin ( Luke 22:66 ).Five Thousand Fed - After these things Jesus went away to the other side of the Sea of Galilee (or Tiberias). A large crowd followed Him, because they saw the signs which He was performing on those who were sick. Then Jesus went up on the mountain, and there He sat down with His disciples. Now the Passover, the feast of the Jews, was near. Therefore Jesus, lifting up His eyes and seeing that a ...John chapter 6. 1 Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea of Tiberias), 2 and a great crowd of people followed him because they saw the signs he had performed by healing the sick. 3 Then Jesus went up on a mountainside and sat down with his disciples. 4 The Jewish Passover Festival was near ... Jesus and the Woman of Samaria. 4 Now when Jesus learned that the Pharisees had heard that Jesus was making and b baptizing more disciples than John 2 (although Jesus himself did not baptize, but only his disciples), 3 he left Judea and departed c again for Galilee. 4 d And he had to pass through Samaria. 5 So he came to a town of Samaria called Sychar, near the field e that Jacob had given to ... John 6:15-21. The heart of Christ's miracle of walking on the water (Matthew 14:22-33; Mark 6:45-52; John 6:15-21) is that of Jesus' direct control over natural law.His paradoxical action against the known laws of gravity and of the properties of liquid water did not change, suspend, or cancel these universal laws themselves; instead, it was the exercise of a stronger power.Commentary on John 6:56-69. Although Jesus' words "I am the bread of life" are familiar to many Christians, in this passage the disciples declare this to be a "hard saying.". Jesus is teaching in the synagogue (John 6:69), where he is interpreting a passage of scripture that was introduced by the crowd in verse 31.Commentary on John 6:56-69. Although Jesus' words "I am the bread of life" are familiar to many Christians, in this passage the disciples declare this to be a "hard saying.". Jesus is teaching in the synagogue (John 6:69), where he is interpreting a passage of scripture that was introduced by the crowd in verse 31.John wrote this sign "so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you may have life in His name" (20:31). John begins the story (6:1): "After these things Jesus went away to the other side of the Sea of Galilee (or Tiberias).". The last time note in John (5:1) mentioned an unnamed "feast of the ...John 6:1-14 (Devotional Series 2) The miracles of Jesus is usually taken as an illustration of how we should be passing the Gospel to people who are "hungry" to know God. This is not wrong. But don’t miss the first truth in this story, which is that Jesus fed a crowd of hungry ...read more. Scripture: John 6:1-14. John 7:31 – Many believed because Jesus performed many signs. Matthew 14:23, Luke 6:12-13 – Two of five specific places I saw where Jesus goes off by himself to pray and spend time with God. Mark 6:33-44 – This same story in Mark. Matthew 14:14-15, Mark 6:34-35 – Jesus had compassion on the crowds. John 6 Commentary: Catholics vs. Protestants About two days ago, I was talking about my good Protestant friends, some of whom do not believe in the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. But, as I said, you simply cannot read this Eucharistic discourse and come up with any other interpretation. Mar 03, 2019 · Jesus now responds with a statement that makes this very clear. A Clear Statement – John 14:6, Jesus ^said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father, but through Me.”. Jesus makes three statements about Himself and then makes the conclusion based on those facts. John 6. After these things - The history of between ten and eleven months is to be supplied here from the other evangelists. Matthew 14:13 ; Mr 6:32; Lu 9:10. Jesus went up - Before the people overtook him. Jesus saith to Philip - Perhaps he had the care of providing victuals for the family of the apostles. 1. Background to the Study of John. 2. Major Differences Between John and the Synoptic Gospels. 3. Prologue ( John 1:1-18) 4. Exegetical Commentary on John 1 (verses 1:19 - 51) 5.Commentary, John 6:35, 41-51, Craig A. Satterlee, Preaching This Week, WorkingPreacher.org, 2015. "The good news is that Jesus, rather than our knowledge and understanding, is the source of our calling and the source of our strength." "Ordinary Things," David Lose, ...in the Meantime, 2015. "Eaten by Life," Andrew Prior, One Man's Web, 2015. John also emphasised that Jesus was human. John recorded that Jesus was tired (John 4:6). John also recorded that Jesus needed food (John 4:31). Jesus was very sad when his friend Lazarus died. At that time, Jesus cried (John 11:35). On another occasion, Jesus became angry with the people who did business in the *Temple (John 2:15).Biblical Commentary (Bible study) John 6:24-35 EXEGESIS: JOHN 6:21-23. THE CONTEXT 21(The disciples) were willing therefore to receive (Jesus) into the boat. Immediately the boat was at the land where they were going. 22On the next day, the multitude that stood on the other side of the sea John 6:6 Context. 3 And Jesus went up into a mountain, and there he sat with his disciples. 4 And the passover, ... Bible Commentary for John 6:6. Wesley's Notes for John 6:6. 6:5 Jesus saith to Philip - Perhaps he had the care of providing victuals for the family of the apostles.John 6:22-25 Jesus Boats. John 6:26-30 Work of God. John 6:31-36 Bread From Heaven. John 6:37-40 Will of the Father. John 6:41-43 Son of Joseph. John 6:44 No One Can Come to Me Unless. John 6:45-47 They Shall All Be Taught By God. John 6:48-53 I Am the Bread of Life. John 6:54-58 Eats My Flesh and Drinks My Blood. John 6:1-14. Christ's miracle of feeding the five thousand is unique in that it is the only one that all four gospel writers mention (Matthew 14:13-21; Mark 6:30-44; Luke 9:10-17; John 6:1-14).It illustrates Jesus' authority over nature and His divine intervention on behalf of others, showing that He is concerned about both humans' physical and spiritual needs.Jul 13, 2016 · Chapter six of the Gospel of John is broken up into three segments, which build upon each other and conclude in the epic climax of Jesus’ teaching on the Eucharist. The opening of the chapter begins with the miraculous Feeding of the 5000. As Jesus was teaching in Tiberias, a multitude of people began to follow Him, “because they saw the ... This is also a consequence of believing Jesus' words according to John 15:7. His word remaining or abiding in us is connected with eternal life (1 John 2:23-25), being true disciples (John 8:31-32), and bearing fruit (John 15:5). 6:57: Live because of me: The consequence of believing in the "I am the resurrection and the life" passage, John 11: ...Jul 26, 2015 · Commentary on John 6:1-21. Students who have studied John’s Gospel with me, and especially my teaching partner Barbara Rossing, will be shocked that I am cautioning preachers not to move too quickly to the Eucharist on these Sundays devoted to “the bread of life.”. Jesus has much to say to us about himself before we speak of the Lord’s ... John 7:31 – Many believed because Jesus performed many signs. Matthew 14:23, Luke 6:12-13 – Two of five specific places I saw where Jesus goes off by himself to pray and spend time with God. Mark 6:33-44 – This same story in Mark. Matthew 14:14-15, Mark 6:34-35 – Jesus had compassion on the crowds. John 6:1-14 (Devotional Series 2) The miracles of Jesus is usually taken as an illustration of how we should be passing the Gospel to people who are "hungry" to know God. This is not wrong. But don’t miss the first truth in this story, which is that Jesus fed a crowd of hungry ...read more. Scripture: John 6:1-14. John 6. In this chapter we have, I. The miracle of the loaves (v. 1-14). II. Christ's walking upon the water (v. 15-21). III. The people's flocking after him to Capernaum (v. 22-25). IV. His conference with them, occasioned by the miracle of the loaves, in which he reproves them for seeking carnal food, and directs them to spiritual food (v. 26 ...Jhn 6:1. ¶. After these things Jesus went over the sea of Galilee, which is the sea of Tiberias. Tools. Jhn 6:2. And a great multitude followed him, because they saw his miracles which he did on them that were diseased. Tools. Jhn 6:3. And Jesus went up into a mountain, and there he sat with his disciples.The ancients tell us that John lived longest of all the twelve apostles, and was the only one of them that died a natural death, all the rest suffering martyrdom; and some of them say that he wrote this gospel at Ephesus, at the request of the ministers of the several churches of Asia, in opposition to the heresy of Corinthus and the Ebionites ...14 After the people saw the miraculous sign that Jesus did, they began to say, "Surely this is the Prophet who is to come into the world." 15 Jesus, knowing that they intended to come and make him king by force, withdrew again to a mountain by himself. New International Version. This is also a consequence of believing Jesus' words according to John 15:7. His word remaining or abiding in us is connected with eternal life (1 John 2:23-25), being true disciples (John 8:31-32), and bearing fruit (John 15:5). 6:57: Live because of me: The consequence of believing in the "I am the resurrection and the life" passage, John 11: ...Aug 05, 2012 · Commentary on John 6:24-35. The text for this week sets up in much the same way as last week’s. The crowd is looking for Jesus. This time they have trailed around the lake to the new location on the other side. The new location is going to provide a new context for the interpretation of the miracles from the previous text. Feeding the Five Thousand. After this Jesus went to the other side of the Sea of Galilee, also called the Sea of Tiberias. 2 A large crowd kept following him, because they saw the signs that he was doing for the sick. 3 Jesus went up the mountain and sat down there with his disciples. 4 Now the Passover, the festival of the Jews, was near. 5 ... The word which you hear is not Mine but the Father's who sent Me: Jesus again emphasized His total reliance upon and submission to God the Father. Jesus openly stated both His equality with the Father ( John 14:1, 14:3, 14:7, 14:9 ). C. As Jesus departs, He gives the gift of the Holy Spirit and His peace.Commentary on John 6:56-69. Although Jesus' words "I am the bread of life" are familiar to many Christians, in this passage the disciples declare this to be a "hard saying.". Jesus is teaching in the synagogue (John 6:69), where he is interpreting a passage of scripture that was introduced by the crowd in verse 31.John chapter 6. 1 Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea of Tiberias), 2 and a great crowd of people followed him because they saw the signs he had performed by healing the sick. 3 Then Jesus went up on a mountainside and sat down with his disciples. 4 The Jewish Passover Festival was near ...John 6. In this chapter we have, I. The miracle of the loaves, ver 1-14. II. Christ's walking upon the water, ver 15-21. III. The people's flocking after him to Capernaum, ver 22-25. IV. His conference with them, occasioned by the miracle of the loaves, in which he reproves them for seeking carnal food, and directs them to spiritual food ( ver ... They Will All Be Taught of God. Dec 6, 2009. Scripture: John 6:41–51. John Piper. Dec 6, 2009. Look at the Book. New Testament Gospels Only Individual Books. Chapter 6. THE LOAVES AND FISHES ( John 6:1-13 ) 6:1-13 After these things Jesus went away across the Sea of Galilee, that is, the Sea of Tiberias. A great crowd was following him, because they were watching the signs which he did on those who were ill. Jesus went up into the hill and he was sitting ...John chapter 6. 1 Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea of Tiberias), 2 and a great crowd of people followed him because they saw the signs he had performed by healing the sick. 3 Then Jesus went up on a mountainside and sat down with his disciples. 4 The Jewish Passover Festival was near ... The Gospel of JohnVerse by Verse Bible StudyWith Commentary. The Word was God. (John 1:1-18) - Jesus was both the Word, and God. He had been with God since the beginning, and all things had been created through Him. In Him is life, and that life is the light of the world. John The Baptist's Testimony. John 6:22-25 Jesus Boats. John 6:26-30 Work of God. John 6:31-36 Bread From Heaven. John 6:37-40 Will of the Father. John 6:41-43 Son of Joseph. John 6:44 No One Can Come to Me Unless. John 6:45-47 They Shall All Be Taught By God. John 6:48-53 I Am the Bread of Life. John 6:54-58 Eats My Flesh and Drinks My Blood. John 6:6 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] John 6:6, NIV: He asked this only to test him, for he already had in mind what he was going to do. John 6:6, ESV: He said this to test him, for he himself knew what he would do. John 6:6, KJV: And this he said to prove him: for he himself knew what he would do. John 6:6, NASB: But He was saying this only to test him, for He Himself knew what He ...John chapter 6. 1 Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea of Tiberias), 2 and a great crowd of people followed him because they saw the signs he had performed by healing the sick. 3 Then Jesus went up on a mountainside and sat down with his disciples. 4 The Jewish Passover Festival was near ...Commentary on John 6:56-69. Although Jesus' words "I am the bread of life" are familiar to many Christians, in this passage the disciples declare this to be a "hard saying.". Jesus is teaching in the synagogue (John 6:69), where he is interpreting a passage of scripture that was introduced by the crowd in verse 31.John 6:6 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] John 6:6, NIV: He asked this only to test him, for he already had in mind what he was going to do. John 6:6, ESV: He said this to test him, for he himself knew what he would do. John 6:6, KJV: And this he said to prove him: for he himself knew what he would do. John 6:6, NASB: But He was saying this only to test him, for He Himself knew what He ...John 6 – The Bread from Heaven A. Preparation for the miracle. 1. (1-4) A crowd gathers to Jesus near the Sea of Galilee. After these things Jesus went over the Sea of Galilee, which is the Sea of Tiberias. Then a great multitude followed Him, because they saw His signs which He performed on those who were diseased. John 7:31 - Many believed because Jesus performed many signs. Matthew 14:23, Luke 6:12-13 - Two of five specific places I saw where Jesus goes off by himself to pray and spend time with God. Mark 6:33-44 - This same story in Mark. Matthew 14:14-15, Mark 6:34-35 - Jesus had compassion on the crowds.JOHN: PRECEPT UPON PRECEPT Precept Ministries International Inductive Study. Lesson 1 of each part can be downloaded below as Pdf. John Part 1 10 lessons covering John 1-6 with Lesson Six a study on Being Born Again and Lesson Ten a Topical Study on Jesus' Disciples; John Part 2 8 lessons covering John 7-11. Includes Topical Study on the Feasts (Lessons 2-4) and Topical Study on SheepVerse 1. Christ the Bread of Life is the theme of this grand chapter. First, there was the fourth great sign (John 6:1-14), then the people's efforts to make him King (John 6:15), the fifth of the seven signs (John 6:16-21), next the discussions on the other side of the lake and the extended metaphor of the bread of life (John 6:22-51), then the "hard saying" regarding the eating of his flesh ... John 6 Commentary: Catholics vs. Protestants About two days ago, I was talking about my good Protestant friends, some of whom do not believe in the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. But, as I said, you simply cannot read this Eucharistic discourse and come up with any other interpretation. Commentary on John 6:1-21. Students who have studied John's Gospel with me, and especially my teaching partner Barbara Rossing, will be shocked that I am cautioning preachers not to move too quickly to the Eucharist on these Sundays devoted to "the bread of life.". Jesus has much to say to us about himself before we speak of the Lord's ...Insatiable human curiosity combined with the holiday atmosphere of the Passover season ( John 6:4) to bring great throngs of people to Jesus. None knew any better than the Lord the undependable nature of such crowds and the essentially mundane motives and aspirations of the people.John 6. He preached in the same church as C. H. Spurgeon over one hundred years earlier. Yet most people today have never heard of John Gill. This is unfortunate, since his works contain priceless gems of information that are found nowhere except in the ancient writings of the Jews. Presented here is a verse by verse exposition of the New ... John 6:10 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] John 6:10, NIV: Jesus said, 'Have the people sit down.'There was plenty of grass in that place, and they sat down (about five thousand men were there). John 6:10, ESV: Jesus said, "Have the people sit down."Now there was much grass in the place.Insatiable human curiosity combined with the holiday atmosphere of the Passover season ( John 6:4) to bring great throngs of people to Jesus. None knew any better than the Lord the undependable nature of such crowds and the essentially mundane motives and aspirations of the people.John 6:38ff is one of the clearest expositions of the Lord's doctrine of salvation that we have. Hence, the proclamation of the truth will go far to correct the many errors, both within as well as outside of, the Christian community. Secondly,. John 6:48ff is an important passage in dealing with sacramental theology, specifically the ...John 6:1-14. Christ's miracle of feeding the five thousand is unique in that it is the only one that all four gospel writers mention (Matthew 14:13-21; Mark 6:30-44; Luke 9:10-17; John 6:1-14).It illustrates Jesus' authority over nature and His divine intervention on behalf of others, showing that He is concerned about both humans' physical and spiritual needs.1 John 2:3-6. This passage helps us understand how we can have the right attitude and emotion in our obedience. We come to know God through the same general process we get to know fellow human beings—by fellowshipping or experiencing life with them. Around 500 years before Christ, Greek philosophers believed they could come to know God ...Verse 1. Christ the Bread of Life is the theme of this grand chapter. First, there was the fourth great sign (John 6:1-14), then the people's efforts to make him King (John 6:15), the fifth of the seven signs (John 6:16-21), next the discussions on the other side of the lake and the extended metaphor of the bread of life (John 6:22-51), then the "hard saying" regarding the eating of his flesh ... JD. Tim Challies. This is the near-unanimous choice of those who have written commentaries on the commentaries. Phillip J. Long. This is a remarkably useful commentary on John for exegetical details. jsteffaniak. Excellent and engaging commentary. more. Keener, Craig S. The Gospel of John: A Commentary: Two Volumes. Commentary on John 6:15-21. Here were Christ's disciples in the way of duty, and Christ was praying for them; yet they were in distress. There may be perils and afflictions of this present time, where there is an interest in Christ. Clouds and darkness often surround the children of the light and of the day. Feeding the Five Thousand. After this Jesus went to the other side of the Sea of Galilee, also called the Sea of Tiberias. 2 A large crowd kept following him, because they saw the signs that he was doing for the sick. 3 Jesus went up the mountain and sat down there with his disciples. 4 Now the Passover, the festival of the Jews, was near. 5 ... The Bread from Heaven A. Preparation for the miracle. 1. ( Jhn 6:1-4) A crowd gathers to Jesus near the Sea of Galilee. After these things Jesus went over the Sea of Galilee, which is the Sea of Tiberias. Then a great multitude followed Him, because they saw His signs which He performed on those who were diseased.Jun 03, 2008 · (John 6:27, 29) “I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me [in faith] shall not hunger, and whoever believes in me shall never thirst.” (John 6:35) “For this is the will of my Father, that everyone who looks on the Son and believes in him should have eternal life, and I will raise him up on the last day.” (John 6:40) “Truly, truly ... Commentary on John 6:1-21. The feeding of the multitude is the only miracle story told in all four Gospels. Perhaps this story has such a secure place in the memory of the church because of the Eucharistic themes which it carries. This is especially true in John where Jesus' action over the bread is described with the verb eucharisteo ...Jan 12, 2013 · Jesus’ difficult statements in John 6 about eating his flesh and drinking his blood have normally been interpreted as though Jesus were speaking of communion, that is, the Lord’s Supper or Eucharist. Most commentaries take this approach. However, it’s impossible that his audience in the synagogue at Capernaum could have understood that ... It is the waste of man that causes want. There is food enough for all. The waste of our nation is appalling;--$800,000,000 per year in liquor; $200,000,000 on tobacco, besides all the extravagance of life. Christ bids us save; save the fragments. It is by wasting the fragments that the great wastes occurs.Christ having checked their murmuring, continues what he was saying, John 6:40. No man comes to me, unless my Father draw him — No man can believe in Christ, unless God give him power: he draws us first, by good desires. Not by compulsion, not by laying the will under any necessity; but by the strong and sweet, yet still resistible, motions ...Commentary Magazine · Two Sick Presidents. Today's podcast takes up Joe Biden's COVID diagnosis and some of the most appalling ...Aug 23, 2015 · Commentary on John 6:56-69. Although Jesus’ words “I am the bread of life” are familiar to many Christians, in this passage the disciples declare this to be a “hard saying.”. Jesus is teaching in the synagogue (John 6:69), where he is interpreting a passage of scripture that was introduced by the crowd in verse 31. Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary 6:1-14 John relates the miracle of feeding the multitude, for its reference to the following discourse. Observe the effect this miracle had upon the people. Even the common Jews expected the Messiah to come into the world, and to be a great Prophet.Five Thousand Fed - After these things Jesus went away to the other side of the Sea of Galilee (or Tiberias). A large crowd followed Him, because they saw the signs which He was performing on those who were sick. Then Jesus went up on the mountain, and there He sat down with His disciples. Now the Passover, the feast of the Jews, was near. Therefore Jesus, lifting up His eyes and seeing that a ...John 6:15-21. The heart of Christ's miracle of walking on the water (Matthew 14:22-33; Mark 6:45-52; John 6:15-21) is that of Jesus' direct control over natural law.His paradoxical action against the known laws of gravity and of the properties of liquid water did not change, suspend, or cancel these universal laws themselves; instead, it was the exercise of a stronger power.Verse 1. Galilee. St. John does not usually relate what is mentioned by the other evangelists, especially what happened in Galilee. If he does it on this occasion, it is purposely to introduce the subject of the heavenly bread, which begins ver. 37. He seems, moreover, to have had in view the description of the different passovers during Christ ... Aug 23, 2015 · Commentary on John 6:56-69. Although Jesus’ words “I am the bread of life” are familiar to many Christians, in this passage the disciples declare this to be a “hard saying.”. Jesus is teaching in the synagogue (John 6:69), where he is interpreting a passage of scripture that was introduced by the crowd in verse 31. Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary 6:1-14 John relates the miracle of feeding the multitude, for its reference to the following discourse. Observe the effect this miracle had upon the people. Even the common Jews expected the Messiah to come into the world, and to be a great Prophet.John 6. After these things - The history of between ten and eleven months is to be supplied here from the other evangelists. Matthew 14:13 ; Mr 6:32; Lu 9:10. Jesus went up - Before the people overtook him. Jesus saith to Philip - Perhaps he had the care of providing victuals for the family of the apostles. 14 After the people saw the miraculous sign that Jesus did, they began to say, "Surely this is the Prophet who is to come into the world." 15 Jesus, knowing that they intended to come and make him king by force, withdrew again to a mountain by himself. New International Version. Jan 12, 2013 · Jesus’ difficult statements in John 6 about eating his flesh and drinking his blood have normally been interpreted as though Jesus were speaking of communion, that is, the Lord’s Supper or Eucharist. Most commentaries take this approach. However, it’s impossible that his audience in the synagogue at Capernaum could have understood that ... Explanation and Commentary of John 6:44. To be biblically faithful, a Christian has to hold an iron grip on two sides of a great paradox. On the one hand, without a doubt, to be an image-bearer of the Almighty Creator of the universe is to be a volitional being who not only can make choices but must make choices if he or she is to be faithful ...Jul 29, 2012 · John 6:1-21 holds together as a narrative, but it actually contains two stories. Both are included by the synoptic gospel writers. The feeding of the 5,000+ (verses 5-15) is found in Matthew 14:13-21, Mark 6:30-44, and Luke 9:10-17. John’s narrative of Jesus’ walking on the water is consistent with the Matthean and Markan chronology. John THE FIFTH MIRACLE IN JOHN’S GOSPEL John 6:19 - John 6:20. There are none of our Lord’s parables recorded in this Gospel, but all the miracles which it narrates are parables. Moral and religious truth is communicated by the outward event, as in the parable it is communicated by the story. The mere visible fact becomes more than semi ... 1 after these things jesus went over the sea of galilee, which is the sea of tiberias. 2 and a great multitude followed him, because they saw his miracles which he did on them that were diseased. 3 and jesus went up into a mountain, and there he sat with his disciples. 4 and the passover, a feast of the jews, was nigh. 5 when jesus then lifted up …JD. Tim Challies. This is the near-unanimous choice of those who have written commentaries on the commentaries. Phillip J. Long. This is a remarkably useful commentary on John for exegetical details. jsteffaniak. Excellent and engaging commentary. more. Keener, Craig S. The Gospel of John: A Commentary: Two Volumes. Verse 1. Christ the Bread of Life is the theme of this grand chapter. First, there was the fourth great sign ( John 6:1-14 ), then the people's efforts to make him King ( John 6:15 ), the fifth of the seven signs ( John 6:16-21 ), next the discussions on the other side of the lake and the extended metaphor of the bread of life ( John 6:22-51 ...Commentary on John 6:60-65. (Read John 6:60-65) The human nature of Christ had not before been in heaven, but being God and man, that wondrous Person was truly said to have come down from heaven. The Messiah's kingdom was not of this world; and they were to understand by faith, what he had said of a spiritual living upon him, and his fulness.Characteristically, John describes what happened as a "sign". The effect of the sign is to make some people think of Jesus as a prophet, and some to wish to make a king out of him. There are three principal ways of understanding what happened. Some hold that a "miracle" took place in men's hearts.John 6:1-14. Christ's miracle of feeding the five thousand is unique in that it is the only one that all four gospel writers mention (Matthew 14:13-21; Mark 6:30-44; Luke 9:10-17; John 6:1-14).It illustrates Jesus' authority over nature and His divine intervention on behalf of others, showing that He is concerned about both humans' physical and spiritual needs.“The Jews” (John 6:41) refer to Jewish leaders and may include those in the crowd that had chased after Jesus to Capernaum after His feeding miracle the day before, the Jewish leaders from Capernaum, and/or the Jewish leaders from Nazareth, where Joseph, Mary and Jesus lived until Jesus “began His ministry at about thirty years of age ... Chapter 6. Five thousand miraculously fed. Jesus walks on the sea. He directs to spiritual food. His discourse with the multitude. Many of disciples go back. . Verses 1-14 John relates the miracle of feeding the multitude, for its reference to the following discourse. Observe the effect this miracle had upon the people. Even the common Jews expected the Messiah to come into the world, and to ... John /. John 6. He preached in the same church as C. H. Spurgeon over one hundred years earlier. Yet most people today have never heard of John Gill. This is unfortunate, since his works contain priceless gems of information that are found nowhere except in the ancient writings of the Jews. Presented here is a verse by verse exposition of the ...a. They led Jesus from Caiaphas: After interrogation, Annas sent Jesus to Caiaphas ( John 18:24) for a trial in two parts. The first was a hastily gathered assembly of the council recorded in Matthew 26:57-68. The second was the official, daylight meeting of the Sanhedrin ( Luke 22:66 ).Commentary Magazine · Two Sick Presidents. Today’s podcast takes up Joe Biden’s COVID diagnosis and some of the most appalling moments from the January 6 hearings. Give a listen. Don’t forget to subscribe to our podcast on iTunes , SoundCloud, and Stitcher. And check out the COMMENTARY podcast merch page. John Podhoretz is the editor of ... The Gospel of JohnVerse by Verse Bible StudyWith Commentary. The Word was God. (John 1:1-18) - Jesus was both the Word, and God. He had been with God since the beginning, and all things had been created through Him. In Him is life, and that life is the light of the world. John The Baptist's Testimony. Five Thousand Fed - After these things Jesus went away to the other side of the Sea of Galilee (or Tiberias). A large crowd followed Him, because they saw the signs which He was performing on those who were sick. Then Jesus went up on the mountain, and there He sat down with His disciples. Now the Passover, the feast of the Jews, was near. Therefore Jesus, lifting up His eyes and seeing that a ...John 6:1–15 describes Jesus' feeding thousands of people—the fourth of the gospel of John's seven ''signs'' of Christ's divinity. This is the only miracle recorded in all four of the gospel accounts. When the crowd complains of hunger, the disciples who are mentioned each react in unique ways. Starting with only a tiny lunch of bread and ... John 6:22-25 Jesus Boats. John 6:26-30 Work of God. John 6:31-36 Bread From Heaven. John 6:37-40 Will of the Father. John 6:41-43 Son of Joseph. John 6:44 No One Can Come to Me Unless. John 6:45-47 They Shall All Be Taught By God. John 6:48-53 I Am the Bread of Life. John 6:54-58 Eats My Flesh and Drinks My Blood. John 6:14-21 . JESUS WALKS ON THE SEA. 15. departed . . . to a mountain himself alone-- (1) to rest, which He came to this "desert place" on purpose to do before the miracle of the loaves, but could not for the multitude that followed Him (see Mark 6:31 ); and (2) "to pray" ( Matthew 14:23 , 6:46 ). But from His mountain-top He kept watching ...Jan 12, 2013 · Jesus’ difficult statements in John 6 about eating his flesh and drinking his blood have normally been interpreted as though Jesus were speaking of communion, that is, the Lord’s Supper or Eucharist. Most commentaries take this approach. However, it’s impossible that his audience in the synagogue at Capernaum could have understood that ... Insatiable human curiosity combined with the holiday atmosphere of the Passover season ( John 6:4) to bring great throngs of people to Jesus. None knew any better than the Lord the undependable nature of such crowds and the essentially mundane motives and aspirations of the people. John 7:31 – Many believed because Jesus performed many signs. Matthew 14:23, Luke 6:12-13 – Two of five specific places I saw where Jesus goes off by himself to pray and spend time with God. Mark 6:33-44 – This same story in Mark. Matthew 14:14-15, Mark 6:34-35 – Jesus had compassion on the crowds. The Bread from Heaven. A. Preparation for the miracle. 1. ( Jhn 6:1-4) A crowd gathers to Jesus near the Sea of Galilee. After these things Jesus went over the Sea of Galilee, which is the Sea of Tiberias. Then a great multitude followed Him, because they saw His signs which He performed on those who were diseased. Scripture John 6 Sort Bible Verse. Bible Verse; Newest; Oldest; Most Viewed; Sermon. The All-Providing King Who Would Not Be King. Nov 1, 2009. Scripture: John 6:1–15. Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary 6:1-14 John relates the miracle of feeding the multitude, for its reference to the following discourse. Observe the effect this miracle had upon the people. Even the common Jews expected the Messiah to come into the world, and to be a great Prophet.John 6:21 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] John 6:21, NIV: Then they were willing to take him into the boat, and immediately the boat reached the shore where they were heading. John 6:21, ESV: Then they were glad to take him into the boat, and immediately the boat was at the land to which they were going. John 6:21, KJV: Then they willingly received him into the ship: and immediately ...Commentary on John 6:56-69. Although Jesus' words "I am the bread of life" are familiar to many Christians, in this passage the disciples declare this to be a "hard saying.". Jesus is teaching in the synagogue (John 6:69), where he is interpreting a passage of scripture that was introduced by the crowd in verse 31.John 6. In this chapter we have, I. The miracle of the loaves (v. 1-14). II. Christ's walking upon the water (v. 15-21). III. The people's flocking after him to Capernaum (v. 22-25). IV. His conference with them, occasioned by the miracle of the loaves, in which he reproves them for seeking carnal food, and directs them to spiritual food (v. 26 ... John 6 - The Bread from Heaven A. Preparation for the miracle. 1. (1-4) A crowd gathers to Jesus near the Sea of Galilee. After these things Jesus went over the Sea of Galilee, which is the Sea of Tiberias. Then a great multitude followed Him, because they saw His signs which He performed on those who were diseased.Scripture John 6 Sort Bible Verse. Bible Verse; Newest; Oldest; Most Viewed; Sermon. The All-Providing King Who Would Not Be King. Nov 1, 2009. Scripture: John 6:1–15. King James Version. 6 After these things Jesus went over the sea of Galilee, which is the sea of Tiberias. 2 And a great multitude followed him, because they saw his miracles which he did on them that were diseased. 3 And Jesus went up into a mountain, and there he sat with his disciples. 4 And the passover, a feast of the Jews, was nigh.John 6. In this chapter we have, I. The miracle of the loaves (v. 1-14). II. Christ's walking upon the water (v. 15-21). III. The people's flocking after him to Capernaum (v. 22-25). IV. His conference with them, occasioned by the miracle of the loaves, in which he reproves them for seeking carnal food, and directs them to spiritual food (v. 26 ...THE sixth chapter of John's Gospel is full of marvels. It tells of a great miracle, a great enthusiasm, a great storm, a great sermon, a great apostasy, and a great trial of faith and fidelity endured by the twelve.It is the waste of man that causes want. There is food enough for all. The waste of our nation is appalling;--$800,000,000 per year in liquor; $200,000,000 on tobacco, besides all the extravagance of life. Christ bids us save; save the fragments. It is by wasting the fragments that the great wastes occurs.Scripture John 6 Sort Bible Verse. Bible Verse; Newest; Oldest; Most Viewed; Sermon. The All-Providing King Who Would Not Be King. Nov 1, 2009. Scripture: John 6:1–15. The Bread from Heaven. A. Preparation for the miracle. 1. ( Jhn 6:1-4) A crowd gathers to Jesus near the Sea of Galilee. After these things Jesus went over the Sea of Galilee, which is the Sea of Tiberias. Then a great multitude followed Him, because they saw His signs which He performed on those who were diseased. John 6:38ff is one of the clearest expositions of the Lord's doctrine of salvation that we have. Hence, the proclamation of the truth will go far to correct the many errors, both within as well as outside of, the Christian community. Secondly,. John 6:48ff is an important passage in dealing with sacramental theology, specifically the ...Biblical Commentary (Bible study) John 6:24-35 EXEGESIS: JOHN 6:21-23. THE CONTEXT 21(The disciples) were willing therefore to receive (Jesus) into the boat. Immediately the boat was at the land where they were going. 22On the next day, the multitude that stood on the other side of the sea John 6:10 Parallel Verses. John 6:10, NIV: Jesus said, 'Have the people sit down.'. There was plenty of grass in that place, and they sat down (about five thousand men were there). John 6:10, ESV: Jesus said, “Have the people sit down.”. Now there was much grass in the place. So the men sat down, about five thousand in number. John 6 - The Bread from Heaven A. Preparation for the miracle. 1. (1-4) A crowd gathers to Jesus near the Sea of Galilee. After these things Jesus went over the Sea of Galilee, which is the Sea of Tiberias. Then a great multitude followed Him, because they saw His signs which He performed on those who were diseased.Gospel of John Chapter 6. The Gospel of John Chapter 6 contains the miracle of the loaves and fishes. Jesus feeds over 5,000 people with bread and fish but offers them something far more valuable - The Bread of Life. Many times in life we seek the wrong bread, the physical bread that sustains our physical lives - a life that ends, when we ...John chapter 6. 1 Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea of Tiberias), 2 and a great crowd of people followed him because they saw the signs he had performed by healing the sick. 3 Then Jesus went up on a mountainside and sat down with his disciples. 4 The Jewish Passover Festival was near ... Jul 26, 2015 · Commentary on John 6:1-21. Students who have studied John’s Gospel with me, and especially my teaching partner Barbara Rossing, will be shocked that I am cautioning preachers not to move too quickly to the Eucharist on these Sundays devoted to “the bread of life.”. Jesus has much to say to us about himself before we speak of the Lord’s ... 14 After the people saw the miraculous sign that Jesus did, they began to say, "Surely this is the Prophet who is to come into the world." 15 Jesus, knowing that they intended to come and make him king by force, withdrew again to a mountain by himself. New International Version. Aug 05, 2012 · Commentary on John 6:24-35. The text for this week sets up in much the same way as last week’s. The crowd is looking for Jesus. This time they have trailed around the lake to the new location on the other side. The new location is going to provide a new context for the interpretation of the miracles from the previous text. Biblical Commentary (Bible study) John 6:24-35 . EXEGESIS: JOHN 6:21-23. THE CONTEXT. 21(The disciples) were willing therefore to receive (Jesus) into the boat.Immediately the boat was at the land where they were going. 22On the next day, the multitude that stood on the other side of the sea saw that there was no other boat there, except the one in which his disciples had embarked, and that ...John 6 - The Bread from Heaven A. Preparation for the miracle. 1. (1-4) A crowd gathers to Jesus near the Sea of Galilee. After these things Jesus went over the Sea of Galilee, which is the Sea of Tiberias. Then a great multitude followed Him, because they saw His signs which He performed on those who were diseased.John 6:1-2. After these things Jesus went over the sea of Galilee, which is the sea of Tiberias. And a great multitude followed him, because they saw his miracles which he did on them that were diseased. Many of them curiosity-mongers wanting to see more wonders wrought, others of them sick themselves, and anxious to be healed.John 6 Commentary. John 6:1 After these things Jesus went away to the other side of the Sea of Galilee (or Tiberias) Matthew 14:13 + Now when Jesus heard about John, He withdrew from there in a boat to a secluded place by Himself; and when the people heard of this, they followed Him on foot from the cities. John 6:15-21. The heart of Christ's miracle of walking on the water (Matthew 14:22-33; Mark 6:45-52; John 6:15-21) is that of Jesus' direct control over natural law.His paradoxical action against the known laws of gravity and of the properties of liquid water did not change, suspend, or cancel these universal laws themselves; instead, it was the exercise of a stronger power.Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary 6:1-14 John relates the miracle of feeding the multitude, for its reference to the following discourse. Observe the effect this miracle had upon the people. Even the common Jews expected the Messiah to come into the world, and to be a great Prophet.