John chapter 1

Joh 1:1-14. The divinity, humanity, office, and incarnation of Jesus Christ.
Joh 1:15-38. The testimony of John.
Joh 1:39-51. The calling of Andrew, Peter, etc.

John chapter 2

Joh 2:1-11. Christ turns water into wine;
Joh 2:12. departs into Capernaum,
Joh 2:13. and to Jerusalem,
Joh 2:14-17. where he purges the temple of buyers and sellers.
Joh 2:18-22. He foretells his death and resurrection.
Joh 2:23-25. Many believe because of his miracles, but he will not trust himself with them.

John chapter 3

Joh 3:1-13. Christ teaches Nicodemus the necessity of regeneration,
Joh 3:14-15. of faith in his death,
Joh 3:16-17. the great love of God towards the world,
Joh 3:18-21. and the condemnation for unbelief.
Joh 3:22. Jesus baptizes in Judea.
Joh 3:23-36. The baptism, witness, and doctrine of John concerning Christ.

John chapter 4

Joh 4:1-26. Christ talks with a woman of Samaria, and reveals himself unto her.
Joh 4:27-30. His disciples marvel.
Joh 4:31-38. He declares to them his zeal for God’s glory.
Joh 4:39-42. Many Samaritans believe on him.
Joh 4:43-54. He departs into Galilee, and heals the ruler’s son that lay sick at Capernaum.

John chapter 5

Joh 5:1-9. Jesus on the sabbath day cures him that was diseased eight and thirty years.
Joh 5:10-16. The Jews therefore cavil, and persecute him for it.
Joh 5:17-30. He answers for himself, and reproves them, shewing by the testimony of his Father,
Joh 5:31-35. of John,
Joh 5:36-38. of his works,
Joh 5:39-47. and of the scriptures, who he is.

John chapter 6

Joh 6:1-14. Christ feeds five thousand men with five loaves and two fishes.
Joh 6:15. Thereupon the people would have made him king;
Joh 6:16-25. but withdrawing himself, he walks on the sea to his disciples;
Joh 6:26-31. reproves the people flocking after him, and all the fleshly hearers of his word;
Joh 6:32-65. declares himself to be the bread of life to believers.
Joh 6:66-67. Many disciples depart from him.
Joh 6:68-69. Peter confesses him.
Joh 6:70-71. Judas is a devil.

John chapter 7

Joh 7:1-9. Jesus reproves the ambition and boldness of his kinsmen;
Joh 7:10-13. goes up from Galilee to the feast of tabernacles;
Joh 7:14-39. teaches in the temple.
Joh 7:40-44. Divers opinions of him among the people.
Joh 7:45-53. The Pharisees are angry that their officers took him not, and chide with Nicodemus for taking his part.

John chapter 8

Joh 8:1-11. Christ delivers the woman taken in adultery.
Joh 8:12-30. He declares himself the light of the world, and justifies his doctrine;
Joh 8:31-32. promises freedom to those who believe;
Joh 8:33-47. answers the Jews that boasted of Abraham;
Joh 8:48-58. answers their reviling, by shewing his authority and dignity;
Joh 8:59. and conveys himself from their cruelty.

John chapter 9

Joh 9:1-7. The man that was born blind restored to sight.
Joh 9:8-12. He is brought to the Pharisees.
Joh 9:13-34. They are offended at it, and excommunicate him;
Joh 9:35-38. but he is received of Jesus, and confesses him.
Joh 9:39-41. Who they are whom Christ enlightens.

John chapter 10

Joh 10:1-18. Christ is the door, and the good shepherd.
Joh 10:19-22. Divers opinions of him.
Joh 10:23-30. He proves by his works that he is Christ the Son of God;
Joh 10:31-38. escapes the Jews;
Joh 10:39-42. and goes again beyond Jordan, where many believe on him.

John chapter 11

Joh 11:1-44. Christ raises Lazarus, four days buried.
Joh 11:45-46. Many Jews believe.
Joh 11:47-48. The high priests and Pharisees gather a council against Christ.
Joh 11:49-53. Caiaphas prophesies.
Joh 11:54. Jesus hides himself.
Joh 11:55-57. At the passover they inquire after him, and lay wait for him.

John chapter 12

Joh 12:1-8. Jesus excuses Mary anointing his feet.
Joh 12:9. The people flock to see Lazarus.
Joh 12:10-11. The chief priests consult to kill him.
Joh 12:12-19. Christ rides into Jerusalem.
Joh 12:20-22. Greeks desire to see Jesus.
Joh 12:23-36. He foretells his death.
Joh 12:37-41. The Jews are generally blinded;
Joh 12:42-43. yet many chief rulers believe, but do not confess him;
Joh 12:44-50. therefore Jesus calls earnestly for confession of faith.

John chapter 13

Joh 13:1-17. Jesus washes the disciples’ feet, and exhorts them to humility and charity.
Joh 13:18-30. He foretells and discovers to John by a token, that Judas should betray him;
Joh 13:31-35. commands them to love one another;
Joh 13:36-38. and forewarns Peter of his denials.

John chapter 14

Joh 14:1-4. Christ comforts his disciples with the hope of heaven;
Joh 14:5-12. professes himself the way, the truth, and the life, and one with the Father;
Joh 14:13-14. assures their prayers to be effectual;
Joh 14:15. requires obedience;
Joh 14:16-26. promises the Comforter;
Joh 14:27-31. and leaves his peace with them.

John chapter 15

Joh 15:1-17. The union of Christ and his members shown under the parable of a vine.
Joh 15:18-25. The hatred of the world.
Joh 15:26-27. The office of the Holy Ghost.

John chapter 16

Joh 16:1-22. Christ comforts his disciples by the promise of the Holy Ghost, and his ascension;
Joh 16:23-32. assures their prayers made in his name to be acceptable.
Joh 16:33. Peace in Christ, and in the world affliction.

John chapter 17

Joh 17:1-26. Christ prays to his Father.

John chapter 18

Joh 18:1-5. Judas betrays Jesus.
Joh 18:6-9. The officers fall to the ground.
Joh 18:10-11. Peter smites off Malchus’ ear.
Joh 18:12-14. Jesus is taken, and led unto Annas and Caiaphas.
Joh 18:15-18. Peter’s denial.
Joh 18:19-24. Jesus examined before Caiaphas.
Joh 18:25-27. Peter’s second and third denial.
Joh 18:28-35. Jesus arraigned before Pilate.
Joh 18:36-39. His kingdom.
Joh 18:40. The Jews prefer Barabbas.

John chapter 19

Joh 19:1-3. Christ is scourged, crowned with thorns, and beaten.
Joh 19:4-22. Pilate is desirous to release him, but being overcome with the outrage of the Jews, he delivers him to be crucified.
Joh 19:23-24. They cast lots for his garments.
Joh 19:25-27. He commends his mother to John.
Joh 19:28-30. He dies.
Joh 19:31-37. His side is pierced.
Joh 19:38-42. He is buried by Joseph and Nicodemus.

John chapter 20

Joh 20:1-2. Mary comes to the sepulchre;
Joh 20:3-10. so do Peter and John, ignorant of the resurrection.
Joh 20:11-18. Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene,
Joh 20:19-23. and to his disciples.
Joh 20:24-29. The incredulity and confession of Thomas.
Joh 20:30-31. The Scripture is sufficient to salvation.

John chapter 21

Joh 21:1-11. Christ appearing again to his disciples is known of them by the great draught of fishes.
Joh 21:12-14. He dines with them;
Joh 21:15-17. earnestly commands Peter to feed his lambs and sheep;
Joh 21:18-21. foretells him of his death;
Joh 21:22-23. rebukes his curiosity touching John.
Joh 21:24-25. The conclusion.