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A Study Commentary on John, vol. 2: Chapters 13–21

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The Gospel of John has been called “the most amazing book that was ever written.” Like no other book of the Bible, it contains the entire message of God’s Word in microcosm. It takes us from eternity to eternity and shows the centrality of Jesus Christ to our lives, to human history and to the meaning of the cosmos itself. For that reason, it must be at the very core of the preaching and evangelistic ministry of the Christian church. People need to hear and understand the message of the cross as expounded by John.

In this commentary, which arises from preaching through John’s Gospel several times in the course of over a quarter of a century of pastoral ministry, Gordon Keddie’s approach is thoroughly expository and keeps the focus on the proclamation of Jesus Christ to the heart, mind, and conscience of the reader. This volume will prove helpful, not only to preachers, but to all who want to be gripped and molded by the brilliance and clarity of this marvelous Gospel and the Savior it so winsomely proclaims.

Resource Experts
  • Presents comparisons to other Scripture
  • Provides verse-by-verse commentary
  • Relates commentary to modern times
  • Washing the Disciples’ Feet (13:1–17)
  • ‘One of You Will Betray Me’ (13:18–30)
  • Living for an Absent Lord (13:31–35)
  • Pride before a Fall (13:36–38)
  • Ongoing Trust (14:1)
  • ‘A Place for You’ (14:2)
  • ‘I Will Come Back’ (14:3)
  • ‘I Am the Way’ (14:4–11)
  • The Best Is Yet to Come (14:12–14)
  • ‘Another Helper’ (14:15–17)
  • Never Alone (14:18–24)
  • The Whole Picture (14:25–31)
  • The Vine and the Branches (15:1–8)
  • The Love of Jesus Christ (15:9–17)
  • ‘If the World Hates You’ (15:18–16:4a)
  • The Advantage of Jesus’ Absence (16:4b–15)
  • Sorrow Turned to Joy (16:16–24)
  • ‘Be of Good Cheer’ (16:25–33)
  • Jesus Prays for Himself (17:1–5)
  • Jesus Prays for His Disciples (17:6–19)
  • Jesus Prays for the Future Church (17:20–26)
  • Arrest and Trial (18:1–27)
  • Christ or Caesar? (18:28–19:16a)
  • Christ Crucified (19:16b–24)
  • The Meaning of the Cross (19:25–37)
  • The Empty Tomb (19:38–20:9)
  • The Risen Lord (20:10–18)
  • ‘That You May Believe’ (20:19–31)
  • ‘Follow Me’ (21:1–25)

Top Highlights

“As the Word of God is preached—and that means the whole Word, both law and gospel” (Page 200)

“What Jesus is saying is that sin is more than isolated bad deeds, for it consists in a state, or condition, of unbelief.” (Page 200)

“None of them volunteered, however, and it was Jesus who was to take on the role of the servant.” (Page 8)

“after we have waited on the Lord and lived faithfully through challenging circumstances” (Page 216)

“In Jesus, we have God’s provision; in Peter we see our predicament.” (Page 290)

  • Title: A Study Commentary on John, vol. 2: Chapters 13–21
  • Author: Gordon J. Keddie
  • Publisher: Evangelical Press
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 446

Gordon J. Keddie is a pastor at Southside Reformed Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana. He graduated from the University of Aberdeen (BSc) and Edinburg (DipEd). He received his MDiv from the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary and has written several books, including You Are My Witnesses: The Message of the Acts of the Apostles and The Practical Christian: The Message of James.


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