The gospel of John stands particularly unique amongst the four gospels of the New Testament. John had one clear motive for writing his account of Jesus: to convince the reader to believe in Jesus. His plain writing and human stories are meant to draw us close to Jesus, the Son of God, in a way that we can’t help but believe in Him. However, just because John has a prominently evangelistic goal in writing this book doesn’t mean its void of the deep truths of God. John looks deeply into the most profound truths of Scripture. Join us as we begin a journey through the fourth gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. | John 20:30-31