Welcome to the Weekly Digest!
Read John 1:4-8 in preparation for next week's teaching.
* A quick note on journaling: if you're new to this practice, our journey through the book of Psalms will be a great way to get started. The most important step to forming this discipline in your life is to write anything and write often. Journaling is an incredible way to slow down, digest the content of a text, let your brain internalize thoughts that may come up, and keep a record for future reflection on what God was speaking to you during your reading. Journaling can take many forms such as written prayers, bullet points, stream of consciousness, or even poetry. Try some different methods and find the one that works best for you.
Journal Prompts / Discussion Questions from Today's Teaching
What are the distinctives of the four gospels as they reveal Jesus?
Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of Mark
Gospel of Luke
Gospel of John
What does John state in chapter 20 as the reason for the gospel of his name’s sake?
What was John’s point in relating how both the Jews and Greeks viewed the word
What does the Gospel of John teach us regarding the Holy Trinity?
What does Augustine mean when he says, “The incarnation is God accommodating
Why is it important to embrace the truth that Jesus the Son is not a creation of the