Quest: Gospel of John Student
John focuses on the spiritual significance of what Jesus did and said rather than just reporting the events of His life. He begins the gospel with a declaration of the deity of Jesus, His pre-existence, and His direct involvement in creation. To John the miracles of Jesus are not just demonstrations of God's mercy and compassion they are glimpses into the very glory of God. When Lazarus is raised from the dead, it is "for the glory of God demonstrating that Jesus is the resurrection and the life. When Jesus feeds thousands of people with a boy's lunch, is not just a miracle of multiplication it demonstrates that Jesus is "the bread of life.
As you study, you will discover that John has a very penetrating gaze into eternal truth and into the very heart and mind of God. But John gives us more than just information; he reveals an invitation to abundant life in Jesus, the True Vine. May this study help you find "life in His name and bear much fruit from (and for) Him.
I don't know if this series was designed with the homeschool in mind, but it is well suited for homeschool use. The program currently is available in four levels. Beginnings I is written for 2 - 5 year olds. Beginnings II is used for two years in grades 1 to 3 - Old Testament and New Testament. Discovery is used in grades 3 to 7, and Quest is used in grades 7 - 12. The program takes a spiral approach, meaning that the student will cover some of the same sections of the Bible multiple times during the program, studying the material in greater depth at the higher levels. The advantage for homeschoolers who have children at various ages is that the program covers approximately the same material at about the same point in the program at the two highest levels, so everyone from 3rd grade on up is studying the same section of the Bible. As a matter of fact, the
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