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Quiet Talks on John's Gospel   By: (1859-1936)

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Quiet Talks on John's Gospel by Samuel D. Gordon is a profoundly insightful and thought-provoking examination of the Gospel of John. In this enlightening book, the author delves into the depths of the biblical text, offering fresh perspectives and uncovering hidden truths.

Gordon's writing style is both engaging and accessible, making complex theological concepts easily understandable for readers of all backgrounds. He artfully weaves together biblical passages, historical context, and personal anecdotes, creating a rich tapestry of knowledge and understanding.

One of the most compelling aspects of this book is Gordon's emphasis on the relationship between Jesus and his disciples, particularly John, the author of the fourth Gospel. Through carefully analyzing John's words and actions, Gordon uncovers the deep bond and love shared between Jesus and his closest followers.

Furthermore, the author's exploration of the miracles and teachings of Jesus provides captivating insights into the transformative power of faith. Gordon demonstrates how each miracle serves a profound purpose, revealing not only the divinity of Jesus but also his unwavering commitment to showing God's love and mercy to all.

Quiet Talks on John's Gospel is not just a scholarly analysis of biblical text but also an invitation to deepen one's relationship with God. Gordon's sincere enthusiasm for the Gospel of John is palpable throughout the book and serves as an inspiration for readers to develop their own personal connection with Jesus.

This book is a must-read for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the Gospel of John. Whether you are a seasoned theologian or a curious seeker of spiritual wisdom, Quiet Talks on John's Gospel will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact. Its profound insights, engaging anecdotes, and beautiful prose make it a true treasure for all who embark on this remarkable spiritual journey.

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Quiet Talks on John's Gospel


S. D. Gordon



Everything depends on getting Jesus placed. That lies at the root of all living, serving, preaching, teaching. John had Jesus placed. He had Him up in His own place. This settles everything else. Then one gets himself placed, too, up on a level where the air is clear and bracing, the sun warm, and the outlook both steadying and stimulating. Get the centre fixed and things quickly adjust themselves about it to your eyes.

It will be seen very quickly that this little book makes no pretension to being a commentary on, or an exposition of, John's Gospel. That is left to the scholarly folk who eat their meals in the sacred classical languages of the past. It is simply a homely attempt to let out a little of what has been sifting in these years past of this wondrous miniature Bible from John's pen.

The proportions of this homely little messenger of paper and type may seem a little odd at first. The longest chapter is devoted to only the opening eighteen verses of John, the prologue. While the whole of the first twelve chapters of John, excepting that prologue, is brought into one smaller chapter. It wasn't planned so, though I felt it coming as the wondrous mood of this book came down over me. I think it mast be the effect of the atmosphere of John's book... Continue reading book >>

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