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God's Economy

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Expository Outlines on the Gospel of John 13. The Bread of Life (John 6:1–36)

I. THE PEOPLE—vv. 1–4

A. Christ—v. 1. They crossed Sea of Galilee. Also called Tiberias.

B. Concerned—v. 2. Many followed Christ, since He healed so many of their diseases, and helped them in so many different ways.

C. Celebration—vv. 3–4. Jesus went up into a mountain to pray. The Jewish Passover was near.

II. THE PROBLEM—vv. 5–7

A. Trouble—v. 5. How would they feed all the people who had followed Christ into this lonely place?

B. Testing—vv. 6–7. “(He was testing Philip, for he already knew what he was going to do.) Philip replied, “It would take a fortune to begin to do it”—LB. God will meet all our needs—Philippians 4:19.

III. THE PROVISION—vv. 8–13

A. Smallness—vv. 8–9. Five loaves (like pancakes) and two fish. God often works through small things, revealing His power.

B. Sitting—v. 10. All told to sit. There were 5,000 men. Counting the women and children, there were perhaps 15,000.

C. Savior—v. 11. Jesus gave thanks for the food. The disciples distributed it and 15,000 people were fed! GOD IS A MIRACLE-WORKING GOD!

D. Saving—vv. 12–13. Christ didn’t want anything wasted. He instructed the disciples to gather the leftovers up, and they had 12 baskets full.

Expository Outlines on the Gospel of John 13. The Bread of Life (John 6:1–36)

I. THE PEOPLE—vv. 1–4

A. Christ—v. 1. They crossed Sea of Galilee. Also called Tiberias.

B. Concerned—v. 2. Many followed Christ, since He healed so many of their diseases, and helped them in so many different ways.

C. Celebration—vv. 3–4. Jesus went up into a mountain to pray. The Jewish Passover was near.

II. THE PROBLEM—vv. 5–7

A. Trouble—v. 5. How would they feed all the people who had followed Christ into this lonely place?

B. Testing—vv. 6–7. “(He was testing Philip, for he already knew what he was going to do.) Philip replied, “It would take a fortune to begin to do it”—LB. God will meet all our needs—Philippians 4:19.

III. THE PROVISION—vv. 8–13

A. Smallness—vv. 8–9. Five loaves (like pancakes) and two fish. God often works through small things, revealing His power.

B. Sitting—v. 10. All told to sit. There were 5,000 men. Counting the women and children, there were perhaps 15,000.

C. Savior—v. 11. Jesus gave thanks for the food. The disciples distributed it and 15,000 people were fed! GOD IS A MIRACLE-WORKING GOD!

D. Saving—vv. 12–13. Christ didn’t want anything wasted. He instructed the disciples to gather the leftovers up, and they had 12 baskets full.

IV. THE POWER—vv. 14–29

A. Prophet—v. 14. “When the people realized what a great miracle had happened, they exclaimed, ‘Surely, he is the Prophet we have been expecting’ ”—LB.

B. Privation—v. 15. Jesus didn’t want to be made King yet, He went to the mountains alone to pray.

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