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Johns Gospel is called the prince of the Gospels for good reasons. Yet every generation have been challenged to establish how exactly to interpret the Gospel’s meaning, relate it to the other Gospels and the New Testament in general and apply itsMoreJohns Gospel is called the prince of the Gospels for good reasons. Yet every generation have been challenged to establish how exactly to interpret the Gospel’s meaning, relate it to the other Gospels and the New Testament in general and apply its teaching to contemporary situations. This devotional commentary is devoted to addressing these challenges head-on. It sheds light on the key historical, social, literary and theological issues which enhance the interpretation of this Gospel. It also employs practical wisdom and insightful approaches to bring the message of this Gospel to the twenty-first century and applies them to contemporary Christian doctrine and practical discipleship.The authors PhD in Theology was on Discipleship in Johns Gospel, and his profound theoretical knowledge and skills regarding the Gospel are evident on every page of this devotional commentary. Moreover having carefully exposited the whole Gospel over many years in pulpits, he demonstrates through these pages, thoughtful appreciation of how this written word becomes the spoken word from the pulpit, and thereby transformed into the lived word from Monday to Sunday.There is indeed something special for everybody in here. Preachers will find gems upon gems of ideas and explanations to enrich their own exposition of this Gospel. Students will find enormous directions, explanations and answers to some of the perplexing exegetical, historical and theological questions about John. Church elders will find rich resources for their own ministry here. And members of congregations will also find edifying reflections, challenging messages, and comforting teachings that will only spur them to deeper knowledge of the Christ John writes about.