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Literary structure (chiasm, chiasmus) of Gospel of John

Chiastic Structure and Concentric Structure and Parallel of each pericope

[1]The word became flesh  (John 1:1-18)
 
  A(1:1-2)  1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God (1:1)"   (ὁ λόγος)
    B(1:3)    1:3 All things came to be through him (1:3)   (δἰ αὐτοῦ)
      C(1:4-5)      1:4 this life was the light of the human race (1:4)   (ζωὴ)
        D(1:6-7)        John   (Ἰωάννης)
          E(1:8-9)          1:9 The true light was coming into the world. (1:9)   (κόσμον)
            F(1:10-11)            1:11 his own people did not accept him.(1:11)   (παρέλαβον)
            F'(1:12-13)            1:12 those who did accept him (1:12)   (ἔλαβον)
          E'(1:14)          1:14 the Word became flesh (1:14)   (σὰρξ)
        D'(1:15)        John   (Ἰωάννης)
      C'(1:16)      1:16 we have all received, grace in place of grace, (1:16)"   (χάριν)
    B'(1:17)    1:17 grace and truth came through Jesus Christ. (1:17)   (διὰ Ἰησοῦ Χριστοῦ)
  A'(1:18)  1:18 The only Son, God, who is at the Father's side(1:18)"   (μονογενὴς)
 
   A: God and only son. B: Through Jesus Christ. C: Grace for human. D: John. E: Coming into the world. F: Accepted and not accepted.

[2]The testimony of John the Baptist  (John 1:19-28)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@7   Mark@1   Mark@2   Luke@11)
 
  A(1:19)  1:19 Who are you? (1:19)
    B(1:20-21)    1:20 I am not the Messiah (1:20)   (ὁ χριστός)
      C(1:22)      1:22 we can give an answer to those who sent us? (1:22)   (πέμψασιν)
        D(1:23)        1:23 I am the voice of one crying out in the desert (1:23)
      C'(1:24)      1:24 Some Pharisees were also sent.(1:24)   (ἀπεσταλμένοι)
    B'(1:25)    1:25 Why then do you baptize if you are not the Messiah or Elijah or the Prophet? (1:25)   (ὁ χριστὸς)
  A'(1:26-28)  1:26 I baptize with water (1:26)
 
   A: Who is John. B: Messiah, Eliah, and the Prophet. C: Being sent. D: The voice of one crying out in the desert.

[3]The lamb of God  (John 1:29-34)
 
  A(1:29-30)  1:29 Here is the Lamb of God (1:29)   (θεοῦ)
    B(1:31)    1:31 I came baptizing with water (1:31)   (βαπτίζων)
      C(1:32)      1:32 I saw the Spirit come down like a dove from the sky and remain upon him.(1:32)
    B'(1:33)    1:33the one who sent me to baptize with water (1:33)   (βαπτίζειν)
  A'(1:34)  1:34 he is the Son of God(1:34)   (θεοῦ)
 
   A: The Lamb of God and the Son of God. B: Baptizing with water. C: The Spirit comes down like a dove from the sky.

[4]The first disciple of Jesus  (John 1:35-42)
 
  A(1:35-36)  1:36 Behold, the Lamb of God (1:36)"   (ὁ ἀμνὸς τοῦ θεοῦ)
    B(1:37)    1:37 The two disciples heard what he said and followed Jesus.(1:37)   (ἠκολούθησαν)
      C(1:38a)      1:38 What are you looking for? (1:38)
        D(1:38b)        1:38 Rabbi where are you staying? (1:38)
      C'(1:39)      1:39 Come, and you will see (1:39)
    B'(1:40)    1:40 the two who heard John and followed Jesus. (1:40)   (ἀκολουθησάντων)
  A'(1:41-42)  1:41 We have found the Messiah (1:41)   (τὸν Μεσσίαν)
 
   A: The Lamb of God and Messiah. B: Following to Jesus. C: Words of Jesus. D: Question of a disciple.

[5]Jesus calls Philip and Nathanael  (John 1:43-51)
 
  A(1:43-44)  Words of Jesus
    B(1:45)    1:45 Jesus, son of Joseph, from Nazareth (1:45)"   (υἱὸν)
      C(1:46)      Question and answer of Nathanael   (Ναθαναήλ)
        D(1:47)        1:47 Here is a true Israelite. There is no duplicity in him (1:47)
      C'(1:48)      Question and answer of Nathanael   (Ναθαναήλ)
    B'(1:49)    1:49 Rabbi, you are the Son of God (1:49)"   (υἱὸς)
  A'(1:50-51)  Words of Jesus
 
   A: Words of Jesus. B: Who is Jesus. C: Question and answer of Nathanael. D: A true Israelite.

[6]The wedding at Cana  (John 2:1-12)
 
  A(2:1-2)  Cana of Galilee   (Κανὰ ῆς Γαλιλαίας)
    B(2:3-4)    2:4 My hour has not yet come (2:4)   (οὔπω)
      C(2:5-6)      2:5 Do whatever he tells you (2:5)   (λέγῃ)
      C'(2:7-8)      2:7 Fill the jars with water (2:7)   (λέγει)
    B'(2:9-10)    2:10 but you have kept the good wine until now (2:10)   (ἕως ἄρτι)
  A'(2:11-12)  Cana of Galilee   (Κανὰ ῆς Γαλιλαίας)
 
   A: Cana of Galilee. B: Not yet and until now. C: Words of Jesus.

[7]Jesus cleanses the temple  (John 2:13-25)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@102   Mark@51   Luke@110)
 
  A(2:13-16)  2:13 Jesus went up to Jerusalem.(2:13)   (Ἱεροσόλυμα)
    B(2:17)    Disciples remember the Old Testament   (ἐμνήσθησαν)
      C(2:18)      Question of Jews   (Ἰουδαῖοι)
        D(2:19)        2:19 Destroy this temple and in three days I will raise it up (2:19)
      C'(2:20-21)      Question of Jews   (Ἰουδαῖοι)
    B'(2:22)    Disciples remember the Old Testament   (ἐμνήσθησαν)
  A'(2:23-25)  2:23 While he was in Jerusalem for the feast of Passover (2:23)   (Ἱεροσολύμοις)
 
   A: Jerusalem. B: Disciples remember the Old Testament. C: Question of Jews. D: In three days I will raise it up.

[8]Nicodemus visits Jesus  (John 3:1-21)
 
  A(3:1-2)  3:2 a teacher who has come from God (3:2)   (θεὸς)
    B(3:3)    3:3 no one can see the kingdom of God (3:3)   (τὴν βασιλείαν τοῦ θεοῦ)
      C(3:4)      Question of Nicodemus   (Νικόδημος)
        D(3:5)        3:5 being born of water and Spirit (3:5)   (πνεύματος)
          E(3:6-7)          3:7 You must be born from above (3:7)
        D'(3:8)        3:8 who is born of the Spirit (3:8)   (πνεῦμα)
      C'(3:9)      Question of Nicodemus   (Νικόδημος)
    B'(3:10-15)    3:13 No one has gone up to heaven (3:13)   (τὸν οὐρανὸν)
  A'(3:16-21)  3:17 For God did not send his Son into the world (3:17)   (θεὸς)
 
   A: Coming from God. B: The kingdom of God and the heaven. C: Question of Nicodemus. D: Being born of the Spirit. E: Being born from above.

[9]John the Baptist's Final Witness  (John 3:22-36)
 
  A(3:22-24)  3:22 he spent some time with them baptizing.(3:22)
    B(3:25-26)    3:26 Rabbi, the one who was with you across the Jordan, to whom you testified, here he is baptizing (3:26)"   (μεμαρτύρηκας)
      C(3:27)      3:27 except what has been given him from heaven (3:27)
        D(3:28-30)        3:30 He must increase; I must decrease. (3:30)
      C'(3:31)      3:31 The one who comes from above (3:31)
    B'(3:32-34)    3:32 He testifies to what he has seen and heard (3:32)   (μαρτυρεῖ)
  A'(3:35-36)  3:36 Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life (3:36)
 
   A: Believers. B: Testimony. C: The one who comes from above. D: Increase of Christ.

[10]Jesus and the Woman of Samaria  (John 4:1-26)
 
P(4:1-6)Jesus was making and baptizing more disciples than John (4:1)
  A(4:7-8)  Request by Jesus
    B(4:9)    Response of the woman
      C(4:10)      Words of Jesus about the woman
        D(4:11-12)        Question of the woman
          E(4:13-14)          Teachings of Jesus
            F(4:15)            Faith of the woman
  A'(4:16)  Request by Jesus
    B'(4:17a)    Response of the woman
      C'(4:17b-18)      Words of Jesus about the woman
        D'(4:19-20)        Question of the woman
          E'(4:21-24)          Teachings of Jesus
            F'(4:25)            Faith of the woman
P'(4:26)I am he (4:26)
 
   P: Who is the Messiah. A: Request by Jesus. B: Response of the woman. C: Words of Jesus about the woman. D: Question of the woman. E: Teachings of Jesus. F: Faith of the woman.

[11]One sows and another reaps  (John 4:27-38)
 
  A(4:27-30)  Samaritan woman who spread Gospel
    B(4:31)    Words of disciples
      C(4:32)      The words of Jesus
    B'(4:33)    Words of disciples
  A'(4:34-38)  others have done the work, and you are sharing the fruits of their work (4:38)
 
   A: Others have done the work. B: Words of disciples. C: The words of Jesus.

[12]Faith of Samaria  (John 4:39-42)
 
  A(4:39a)  Words of Samaritans
    B(4:39b)    To believe
      C(4:40)      the Samaritans came to him (4:40)
    B'(4:41)    To believe
  A'(4:42)  Words of Samaritans
 
   A: Words of Samaritans. B: To believe. C: To come to Jesus.

John 4:1-42
  A(4:1-9)  4:9 For Jews use nothing in common with Samaritans. (4:9)   (Σαμαρῖτις)
    B(4:10)    4:10 he would have given you living water (4:10)   (ὕδωρ ζῶν)
      C(4:11-12)      4:11 where then can you get this living water?(4:11)   (ἔχεις)
        D(4:13-14)        4:14 but whoever drinks the water I shall give will never thirst (4:14)
          E(4:15)          4:15 Sir, give me this water (4:15)
            F(4:16-18)            4:17 You are right in saying, 'I do not have a husband.' (4:17)
              G(4:19-20)              4:19 Sir, I can see that you are a prophet (4:19)"   (προφήτης)
                H(4:21-24)                4:23 when true worshipers will worship the Father in Spirit and truth (4:23)
              G'(4:25-26)              4:25 I know that the Messiah is coming (4:25)   (Μεσσίας)
            F'(4:27-29)            4:29 Come see a man who told me everything I have done (4:29)
          E'(4:30-31)          4:31 Rabbi, eat (4:31)
        D'(4:32)        4:32 I have food to eat of which you do not know (4:32)
      C'(4:33)      4:33 Could someone have brought him something to eat? (4:33)   (ἤνεγκεν)
    B'(4:34-38)    4:34 My food is to do the will of the one who sent me and to finish his work (4:34)   (βρῶμά)
  A'(4:39-42)  4:40 When the Samaritans came to him, they invited him to stay with them (4:40)"   (Σαμαρῖται)
 
   A: Samaritans. B: Living water and food. C: Bringing the water and food. D: Unknown food. E: Asking for water, giving a food. F: Prophecy. G: Prophet and Messiah. H: To worship the Father in Spirit and truth.

[13]Jesus returns to Galilee  (John 4:43-45)
 
  A(4:43)  Galilee
    B(4:44)    a prophet has no honor in his native place (4:44)
  A'(4:45a)  Galilee
    B'(4:45b)    the Galileans welcomed him (4:45)
 
   A: Galilee. B: People's response.

[14]Healing the Official's Son  (John 4:46-54)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@35   Luke@33)
 
  A(4:46-47)  4:47 to come down and heal his son, who was near death (4:47)"   (ἠσθένει)
    B(4:48-49)    4:48 Unless you people see signs and wonders, you will not believe (4:48)"   (πιστεύσητε)
    B'(4:49-50)    4:50 The man believed what Jesus said to him and left. (4:50)   (ἐπίστευσεν)
  A'(4:51-54)  4:52 he began to recover (4:52)   (κομψότερον)
 
   A: Disease of the son. B: Unbelief and belief.

[15]Jesus heals on the Sabbath  (John 5:1-18)
 
  A(5:1-6)  The words of Jesus
    B(5:7)    Behaviors of the sick person
      C(5:8)      Command of Jesus
        D(5:9)        Behaviors of the sick person
          E(5:10)          Question of Jews
            F(5:11)            Answer of the sick person
          E'(5:12)          Question of Jews
        D'(5:13)        Behaviors of the sick person
      C'(5:14)      Command of Jesus
    B'(5:15-16)    Behaviors of the sick person
  A'(5:17-18)  The words of Jesus
 
   A: The words of Jesus. B: Behaviors of the sick person. C: Command of Jesus. D: Behaviors of the sick person. E: Question of Jews. F: Answer of the sick person.

[16]The authority of the son  (John 5:19-30)
 
  A(5:19)  a son cannot do anything on his own (5:19)
    B(5:20-21)    the Father raises the dead and gives life (5:21)
      C(5:22-23)      Nor does the Father judge anyone (5:22)
        D(5:24)        but has passed from death to life (5:24)
        D'(5:25)        the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God (5:25)
      C'(5:26-27)      he gave him power to exercise judgment (5:27)
    B'(5:28-29)    those who have done good deeds to the resurrection of life (5:29)
  A'(5:30)  I cannot do anything on my own (5:30)
 
   A: Cannot do anything. B: The resurrection. C: Judgment. D: From death to life.

[17]Witnesses to Jesus  (John 5:31-47)
 
  A(5:31-35)  If I testify on my own behalf, my testimony cannot be verified (5:31)
    B(5:36-38)    the Father who sent me has testified on my behalf. (5:37)
      C(5:39-40)      You search the scriptures (5:39)
  A'(5:41-42)  I do not accept human praise (5:41)
    B'(5:43-44)    I came in the name of my Father, but you do not accept me (5:43)
      C'(5:45-47)      if you do not believe his writings (5:47)
 
   A: Testimony by a person. B: Testimony by the Father. C: The Bible.

[18]Feeding the five thousand  (John 6:1-15)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@70   Mark@26   Luke@51)
 
  A(6:1-4)  6:2 they saw the signs he was performing on the sick. (6:2)   (σημεῖα)
    B(6:5-6)    6:5 enough food for them to eat (6:5)   (φάγωσιν)
      C(6:7)      Answer of Philip   (φίλιππος)
      C'(6:8-9)      Answer of Andrew   (Ἀνδρέας)
    B'(6:10-11)    6:11 Then Jesus took the loaves, gave thanks, and distributed them (6:11)"   (διέδωκεν)
  A'(6:12-15)  6:14 When the people saw the sign he had done (6:14)   (σημεῖον)
 
   A: The signs. B: Giving something to eat. C: Answers of the disciples.

[19]Jesus walks on the water  (John 6:16-21)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@71   Mark@27)
 
  A(6:16-17a)  6:17 went across the sea to Capernaum (6:17)
    B(6:17b)    6:17Jesus had not yet come to them. (6:17)
      C(6:18-19)      6:19 they began to be afraid.(6:19)   (ἐφοβήθησαν)
      C'(6:20)      6:20 It is I. Do not be afraid (6:20)   (φοβεῖσθε)
    B'(6:21a)    6:21 They wanted to take him into the boat (6:21)
  A'(6:21b)  6:21 the boat immediately arrived at the shore to which they were heading. (6:21)
 
   A: The destination. B: Absence and arrival of Jesus. C: Fear.

[20]The bread from heaven  (John 6:22-59)
 
  A(6:22-25)  Capernaum
    B(6:26-27)    the Son of Man will give you (6:27)
      C(6:28)      Questions of Jews
        D(6:29)        you believe in the one he sent. (6:29)
          E(6:30-31)          Questions of Jews
            F(6:32-33)            For the bread of God is that which comes down from heaven (6:33)
              G(6:34)              give us this bread always (6:34)
            F'(6:35-40)            I came down from heaven (6:38)
          E'(6:41-42)          Questions of Jews
        D'(6:43-51)        the Father who sent me (6:44)
      C'(6:52)      Questions of Jews
    B'(6:53-58)    you eat the flesh of the Son of Man (6:53)
  A(6:59)  Capernaum
 
   A: Capernaum. B: The Son of Man. C: Questions of Jews. D: To send. E: Questions of Jews. F: Coming down from heaven. G: Wish of Jews.

[21]The words of eternal life  (John 6:60-71)
 
  A(6:60)  Estrangement of disciples
    B(6:61-65)    The words of Jesus
      C(6:66)      Behaviors of disciples
        D(6:67)        The question of Jesus
      C'(6:68-69)      Behaviors of disciples
    B'(6:70)    The words of Jesus
  A'(6:71)  Estrangement of disciples
 
   A: Estrangement of disciples. B: The words of Jesus. C: Behaviors of disciples. D: The question of Jesus.

[22]The unbelief of Jesus' brothers  (John 7:1-9)
 
  A(7:1-2)  Stay in Galilee
    B(7:3-5)    Lack of faith of the brothers
  A'(7:6-9)  Stay in Galilee
 
   A: Stay in Galilee. B: Unbelief. C: The words of Jesus.

[23]Jesus at the festival of booths  (John 7:10-24)
 
  A(7:10-15)  Question of people
    B(7:16-19)    The words of Jesus
  A'(7:20)  Question of people
    B'(7:21-24)    The words of Jesus
 
   A: Questions of people. B: The words of Jesus.

[24]Is this the Christ  (John 7:25-36)
 
  A(7:25-27)  Question of people
    B(7:28-29)    The words of Jesus
      C(7:30)      The people wanted to catch Jesus
        D(7:31)        The believers
      C'(7:32)      The people wanted to catch Jesus
    B'(7:33-34)    The words of Jesus
  A'(7:35-36)  Question of people
 
   A: Questions of people. B: The words of Jesus. C: The people wanted to catch Jesus. D: The believers.

[25]River of living water  (John 7:37-44)
 
  A(7:37-38)  as scripture says (7:38)
    B(7:39)    There was, of course, no Spirit yet (7:39)"   (ουδεπω)
  A'(7:40-42)  Does not scripture say (7:42)
    B'(7:43-44)    no one laid hands on him (7:44)   (ουδεις)
 
   A: The Bible. B: Not yet.

[26]The unbelief of those in authority  (John 7:45-53)
 
  A(7:45)  Words of Priests and Pharisees
    B(7:46)    Opposition to the Pharisees
      C(7:47-49)      Words of Pharisees
    B'(7:50-51)    Opposition to the Pharisees
  A'(7:52-53)  Words of Priests and Pharisees
 
   A: Words of Priests and Pharisees. B: Opposition to the Pharisees. C: Words of Pharisees.

[27]The woman caught in adultery  (John 8:1-11)
 
  A(8:1-5)  8:5 Moses commanded us to stone such women (8:5)
    B(8:6)    8:6 to write on the ground (8:6)   (γῆν)
      C(8:7)      8:7 Let the one among you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her (8:7)
    B'(8:8)    8:8 wrote on the ground. (8:8)   (γῆν)
  A'(8:9-11)  8:11 Neither do I condemn you (8:11)
 
   A: Judgement of a sin. B: To write on the ground. C: The one who is without sin be the first to throw a stone.

[28]Jesus the light of the world  (John 8:12-20)
 
  A(8:12)  Words of Jesus
    B(8:13)    Words of Pharisees
      C(8:14-18)      Words of Jesus
    B'(8:19a)    Words of Pharisees
  A'(8:19b-20)  Words of Jesus
 
   A: Words of Jesus. B: Words of Pharisees. C: Words of Jesus.

[29]Jesus foretells his death  (John 8:21-30)
 
  A(8:21)  Words of Jesus
    B(8:22)    Response of people
  A'(8:23-26)  Words of Jesus
    B'(8:27)    Response of people
  A''(8:28-29)  Words of Jesus
    B''(8:30)    Response of people
 
   A: Words of Jesus. B: Response of people.

John 8:12-30
  A(8:12)  8:12 Whoever follows me (8:12)   (ἀκολουθῶν)
    B(8:13)    Lack of understanding of people
      C(8:14-18)      Sent, judgement, truth"   (ἀληθής)
        D(8:19a)        8:19 Where is your father? (8:19)   (ποῦ)
          E(8:19b-20)          8:19 You know neither me nor my Father (8:19)
            F(8:20-21)            8:21 Where I am going you cannot come.(8:21)   (ὅπου ἐγὼ ὑπάγω ὑμεῖς οὐ δύνασθε ἐλθεῖν)
            F'(8:22)            8:22 Where I am going you cannot come (8:22)   (ὅπου ἐγὼ ὑπάγω ὑμεῖς οὐ δύνασθε ἐλθεῖν)
          E'(8:23-24)          8:23 You belong to this world (8:23)
        D'(8:25a)        8:25 Who are you?(8:25)   (τίς)
      C'(8:25b-26)      Sent, judgement, truth"   (ἀληθής)
    B'(8:27)    Lack of understanding of people
  A'(8:28-30)  8:29 The one who sent me (8:29)   (πέμψας)
 
   A: Following to Jesus, Sending Jesus. B: Lack of understanding of people. C: Sent, judgement, truth. D: Questions of people. E: Belonging to this world. F: Where I am going you cannot come.

[30]Before Abraham was born, I am  (John 8:31-59)
 
  A(8:31-32)  8:31 those Jews who believed in him (8:31)
    B(8:33)    8:33 We are descendants of Abraham (8:33)   (Ἀβραάμ)
      C(8:34-38)      8:38 I tell you what I have seen in the Father's presence (8:38)   (πατρὶ)
        D(8:39a)        8:39 Our father is Abraham (8:39)   (ὁ πατὴρ ἡμῶν Ἀβραάμ)
          E(8:39b-41a)          8:40 you are trying to kill me, a man who has told you the truth that I heard from God (8:40)"   (ἀλήθειαν)
            F(8:41b)            8:41We are not illegitimate (8:41)
              G(8:42-47)              8:45 because I speak the truth, you do not believe me. (8:45)
            F'(8:48)            8:48 you are a Samaritan and are possessed?(8:48)
          E'(8:49-51)          8:51 whoever keeps my word will never see death (8:51)   (λόγον)
        D'(8:52-53)        8:53 our father Abraham (8:53)   (πατρὸς ἡμῶν Ἀβραάμ)
      C'(8:54-56)      8:54 my Father who glorifies me (8:54)   (πατήρ)
    B'(8:57)    8:57 you have seen Abraham? (8:57)   (Ἀβραάμ)
  A'(8:58-59)  8:59 they picked up stones to throw at him (8:59)
 
   A: Responses of Jews. B: Abraham. C: God the Father. D: The father Abraham. E: Truth and Words. F: Child of adultery. G: Because I speak the truth, you do not believe me.

[31]A man born blind receives sight  (John 9:1-12)
 
  A(9:1-5)  Dialogue between Jesus and disciples
    B(9:6-7)    9:7 he went and washed, and came back able to see. (9:7)
  A'(9:8-12)  Dialogue between people and the healed person
 
   A: Dialogue. B: Miracle of healing.

[32]The Pharisees investigate the healing  (John 9:13-34)
 
  A(9:13-17)  Dialogue between Pharisees and the healed person
    B(9:18-23)    Dialogue between Pharisees and the family
  A'(9:24-34)  Dialogue between Pharisees and the healed person
 
   A: Dialogue between Pharisees and the healed person. B: Dialogue between Pharisees and the family.

[33]Spiritual blindness  (John 9:35-41)
 
  A(9:35)  Words of Jesus
    B(9:36)    Question of the healed person
      C(9:37)      Words of Jesus
        D(9:38)        Confession of faith
      C'(9:39)      Words of Jesus
    B'(9:40)    Question of Pharisees
  A'(9:41)  Words of Jesus
 
   A: Words of Jesus. B: Questions. C: Words of Jesus. D: Confession of faith.

John 9:1-41
  A(9:1-5)  9:3 Neither he nor his parents sinned (9:3)   (ἥμαρτεν)
    B(9:6-7)    9:7 he went and washed, and came back able to see (9:7)"   (βλέπων)
      C(9:8-12)      9:10 how were your eyes opened? (9:10)   (πῶς)
        D(9:13-17)        9:16 How can a sinful man do such signs? (9:16)   (ἁμαρτωλὸς)
          E(9:18-23)          
        D'(9:24-25)        9:24 We know that this man is a sinner (9:24)   (ἁμαρτωλός)
      C'(9:26-34)      9:33 If this man were not from God, he would not be able to do anything. (9:33)"   (παρὰθεοῦ)
    B'(9:35-39)    9:39 those who do not see might see (9:39)   (βλέπωσιν)
  A'(9:40-41)  9:41 your sin remains (9:41)   (ἁμαρτία)
 
   A: Sin. B: Being able to see. C: Why he became able to see. D: Sin. E: Persecution.

[34]The sheep, the Shepherd, and sheep robbers  (John 10:1-6)
 
  A(10:1)  a thief and a robber (10:1)
    B(10:2-4)    the shepherd of the sheep (10:2)
  A'(10:5)  a stranger (10:5)
P(10:6)they did not realize what he was trying to tell them (10:6)
 
   A: Evil person. B: The shepherd.

[35]Jesus' application of the parables  (John 10:7-21)
 
  A(10:7-8)  Explanation about evil person
    B(10:9-10)    Explanation about the savior
  A'(10:11-13)  Explanation about evil person
    B'(10:14-18)    Explanation about the savior
P(10:19-21)there was a division among the Jews (10:19)
 
   A: Explanation about evil person. B: Explanation about the savior.

John 10:1-21
  A(10:1)  10:1 climbs over elsewhere is a thief and a robber (10:1)   (κλέπτης)
    B(10:2-3)    10:2 whoever enters through the gate is the shepherd of the sheep (10:2)   (ποιμήν)
      C(10:4-5)      10:4 they recognize his voice (10:4)   (φωνὴν)
        D(10:6)        10:6 they did not realize what he was trying to tell them (10:6)   (ἐλάλει)
  A'(10:7-10)  10:8 All who came (before me) are thieves and robbers (10:8)   (κλέπται)
    B'(10:11-15)    10:11 I am the good shepherd. (10:11)   (ποιμὴν)
      C'(10:16-18)      10:16 they will hear my voice (10:16)   (φωνῆς)
        D'(10:19-21)        10:19 there was a division among the Jews because of these words. (10:19)   (λόγους)
 
   A: A thief. B: The shepherd. C: Voice. D: Lack of understandings of people.

[36]Jesus is rejected by the Jews  (John 10:22-39)
 
  A(10:22-24)  Behaviors of Jews
    B(10:25-30)    10:25 I told you and you do not believe. The works I do in my Father's name testify to me.(10:25)   (πιστεύετε)
      C(10:31-32)      10:32 For which of these are you trying to stone me? (10:32)   (λιθάζετε)
      C'(10:33)      10:33 We are not stoning you for a good work (10:33)   (λιθάζομέν)
    B'(10:34-38)    10:37 If I do not perform my Father's works, do not believe me; (10:37)"   (πιστεύετέ)
  A'(10:39)  Behaviors of Jews
 
   A: Behaviors of Jews. B: Believing, my Father's works. C: Stoning.

[37]Across the Jordan  (John 10:40-42)
 
  A(10:40-41)  Many came to him (10:41)
  A'(10:42)  many there began to believe in him (10:42)
 
   A: Many people.

[38]The death of Lazarus  (John 11:1-16)
 
  A(11:1-3)  it was her brother Lazarus who was ill (11:2)
    B(11:4-7)    This illness is not to end in death, but is for the glory of God (11:4)
      C(11:8-10)      the Jews were just trying to stone you (11:8)
  A'(11:11-13)  Our friend Lazarus is asleep (11:11)
    B'(11:14-15)    I am glad for you that I was not there, that you may believe (11:15)
      C'(11:16)      Let us also go to die with him (11:16)
 
   A: Lazarus symptoms. B: Reason for illness. C: Persecution and death.

[39]Dialogs with Martha  (John 11:17-27)
 
  A(11:17-22)  Faith of Martha for Jesus
    B(11:23)    Words of Jesus
      C(11:24)      Faith of Martha for resurrection
    B'(11:25-26)    Words of Jesus
  A'(11:27)  Faith of Martha for Jesus
 
   A: Faith of Martha for Jesus. B: Words of Jesus. C: Faith of Martha for resurrection.

[40]Dialogs with Mary  (John 11:28-37)
 
  A(11:28-31)  the Jews who were with her (11:31)
    B(11:32)    Lord, if You had been here (11:32)
      C(11:33-34a)      Words of Jesus
    B'(11:34b-35)    Lord, come and see (11:34)
  A'(11:36-37)  the Jews said (11:36)
 
   A: Jews. B: Lord. C: Words of Jesus.

[41]Jesus raises Lazarus to life  (John 11:38-44)
 
  A(11:38-39)  Take away the stone (11:39)
    B(11:40)    if you believe you will see the glory of God (11:40)
      C(11:41)      Father, I thank you (11:41)
    B'(11:42)    they may believe that you sent me (11:42)
  A'(11:43-44)  Lazarus, come out! (11:43)
 
   A: Command of Jesus. B: Faith. C: Gratitude.

John 11:1-44
  A(11:1-4)  This illness is not to end in death, but is for the glory of God, that the Son of God may be glorified through it. (11:4)
    B(11:5-16)    11:5 Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus (11:5)
      C(11:17-22)      Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died. (11:21)
        D(11:23-27)        I am the resurrection and the life; whoever believes in me, even if he dies, will live (11:25)
      C'(11:28-32)      Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died. (11:32)
    B'(11:33-37)    11:36 See how he loved him. (11:36)
  A'(11:38-44)  Did I not tell you that if you believe you will see the glory of God? (11:40)
 
   A: The glory of God. B: Love for Lazarus. C: The same words of the sisters. D: I am the resurrection and the life.

[42]The plot to kill Jesus  (John 11:45-57)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@123   Mark@65   Luke@124)
 
  A(11:45-53)  Behaviors of Jews and the chief priests and the Pharisees
    B(11:54)    Action of Jesus
  A'(11:55-57)  Behaviors of Jews and the chief priests and the Pharisees
 
   A: Behaviors of Jews and the chief priests and the Pharisees. B: Action of Jesus.

[43]Mary anoints Jesus  (John 12:1-8)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@124   Mark@66)
 
  A(12:1-4)  Behavior of Mary
    B(12:4-6)    12:5 Why was this oil not sold for three hundred days' wages and given to the poor? (12:5)
  A'(12:7)  12:7 Leave her alone. (12:7)
    B'(12:8)    12:8 You always have the poor with you (12:8)
 
   A: Behavior of Mary. B: The poor.

[44]The plot to kill Lazarus  (John 12:9-11)
 
  A(12:9)  12:9 large crowd of the Jews found out that he was there and came (12:9)
    B(12:10)    Plot to kill
  A'(12:11)  12:11 many of the Jews were turning away and believing in Jesus (12:11)
 
   A: Jews. B: Plot to kill.

[45]Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem  (John 12:12-19)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@101   Mark@49   Luke@109)
 
  A(12:12-13)  The crowd went to meet Jesus
    B(12:14-15)    12:14 as is written (12:14)   (γεγραμμένον)
    B'(12:16)    12:16 they remembered that these things were written about him (12:16)   (γεγραμμένα)
  A'(12:17-19)  The crowd went to meet Jesus
 
   A: The crowd went to meet Jesus. B: Being written.

[46]Some Greeks wish to see Jesus  (John 12:20-26)
 
  A(12:20-22)  12:21 Sir, we would like to see Jesus (12:21)
    B(12:23-25)    12:25 whoever hates his life in this world will preserve it for eternal life (12:25)
  A'(12:26)  12:26 Whoever serves me must follow me (12:26)
 
   A: Person who serve to Jesus. B: Eternal life.

[47]Jesus speaks about his death  (John 12:27-36a)
 
  A(12:27-28)  Words of Jesus
    B(12:29)    Response of people
      C(12:30-33)      Words of Jesus
    B'(12:34)    Response of people
  A'(12:35-36a)  Words of Jesus
 
   A: Words of Jesus. B: Response of people. C: Words of Jesus.

[48]The unbelief of the people  (John 12:36b-41)
 
  A(12:36b-37)  12:37 he had performed so many signs in their presence (12:37)
    B(12:38)    Prophecy of Isaiah
    B'(12:39-40)    Prophecy of Isaiah
  A'(12:41)  12:41 he saw his glory (12:41)
 
   A: To see. B: Prophecy of Isaiah.

[49]The judgement by word of Jesus  (John 12:42-50)
 
P(12:42-43)12:43 they preferred human praise to the glory of God (12:43)
  A(12:44-46)  12:44 believes not only in me but also in the one who sent me (12:44)
    B(12:47)    Not to judge
    B'(12:48)    To judge
  A'(12:49-50)  12:49 the Father who sent (12:49)
 
   A: Sent. B: Judgement.

[50]Jesus washes the disciples' feet  (John 13:1-20 )
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@126   Mark@68   Luke@125)
 
  A(13:1-2)  13:2 The devil had already induced Judas (13:2)
    B(13:3-10)    To wash the disciples' feet
      C(13:11)      13:11 he knew who would betray him (13:11)
    B'(13:12-17)    13:14 you ought to wash one another's feet (13:14)
  A'(13:18-20)  13:18 the scripture might be fulfilled 'The one who ate my food has raised his heel against me.' (13:18)
 
   A: Betrayal. B: To wash feet. C: To know about betrayal.

[51]Jesus foretells his betrayal  (John 13:21-30 )
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@126   Mark@69   Luke@126)
 
  A(13:21)  Words of Jesus
    B(13:22-25)    Response of disciples
  A'(13:26-27)  Words of Jesus
    B'(13:28-30)    Response of disciples
 
   A: Words of Jesus. B: Response of disciples.

[52]The new commandment  (John 13:31-35)
 
  A(13:31-32)  13:31 Now is the Son of Man glorified, and God is glorified in him (13:31)
    B(13:33)    13:33 Where I go you cannot come (13:33)
  A'(13:34-35)  13:35 if you have love for one another (13:35)
 
   A: Giving to each other. B: Where I go you cannot come.

[53]Jesus foretells Peter's denial  (John 13:36-38)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@128   Mark@71   Luke@128)
 
  A(13:36a)  Words of Peter
    B(13:36b)    Words of Jesus
  A'(13:37)  Words of Peter
    B'(13:38)    Words of Jesus
 
   A: Words of Peter. B: Words of Jesus.

[54]Jesus the way to the father  (John 14:1-14)
 
  A(14:1-4)  Words of Jesus
    B(14:5)    Response of disciples
      C(14:6-7)      Words of Jesus
    B'(14:8)    Response of disciples
  A'(14:9-14)  Words of Jesus
 
   A: Words of Jesus. B: Response of disciples. C: Words of Jesus.

[55]The promise of the holy spirit  (John 14:15-24)
 
  A(14:15-21)  Words of Jesus
    B(14:22)    Response of disciples
  A'(14:23-24)  Words of Jesus
 
   A: Words of Jesus. B: Response of disciples.

[56]Do not let your hearts be troubled  (John 14:25-31)
 
  A(14:25-27)  14:27 Not as the world gives do I give it to you. (14:27)
    B(14:28)    14:28 If you loved me, you would rejoice that I am going to the Father (14:28)
  A'(14:29-31)  14:30 the ruler of the world is coming (14:30)
 
   A: The world. B: Going to the Father.

[57]Jesus the true vine  (John 15:1-10)
 
  A(15:1-2)  15:1 I am the true vine (15:1)
    B(15:3-4)    15:3 You are already pruned because of the word that I spoke to you (15:3)
  A'(15:5-6)  15:5 I am the vine (15:5)
    B'(15:7-10)    15:7 If you remain in me and my words remain in you (15:7)
 
   A: Vine. B: Words of Jesus.

[58]love one another  (John 15:11-17)
 
  A(15:11-13)  15:12 love one another (15:12)
    B(15:14-15)    15:14 You are my friends (15:14)
  A'(15:16-17)  15:17 love one another (15:17)
 
   A: Love one another. B: You are my friends.

[59]The world's hatred  (John 15:18-16:4a)
 
  A(15:18-20)  Persecution
    B(15:21)    15:21 they do not know the one who sent me (15:21)
      C(15:22-23)      15:22 they would have no sin (15:22)
      C'(15:24-25)      15:24 they would not have sin (15:24)
    B'(15:26-27)    15:26 I will send you from the Father, the Spirit of truth (15:26)
  A'(16:1-4)  Persecution
 
   A: Persecution. B: Sent. C: Sin.

[60]The work of the Spirit  (John 16:4b-15)
 
  A(16:4b-6)  16:4 I did not tell you this from the beginning (16:4)
    B(16:7-11)    16:7 For if I do not go, the Advocate will not come to you (16:7)
  A'(16:12)  16:12 I have much more to tell you (16:12)
    B'(16:13-15)    16:13 But when he comes, the Spirit of truth (16:13)
 
   A: Words of Jesus. B: Holy Spirit.

[61]Sorrow will turn into joy  (John 16:16-33)
 
  A(16:16)  Words of Jesus
    B(16:17-18)    Response of disciples
      C(16:19-28)      Words of Jesus
    B'(16:29-30)    Response of disciples
  A'(16:31-33)  Words of Jesus
 
   A: Words of Jesus. B: Response of disciples. C: Words of Jesus.

[62]Jesus prays for his disciples  (John 17:1-26)
 
  A(17:1-5)  17:5 the glory that I had with you before the world began (17:5)   (πρὸ τοῦ τὸν κόσμου εἶναι)
    B(17:6-10)    17:8 because the words you gave to me I have given to them (17:8)
      C(17:11)      17:11 I am coming to you (17:11)   (πρὸς σὲ ἔρξομαι)
        D(17:12)        17:12 in order that the scripture might be fulfilled. (17:12)
      C'(17:13)      17:13 I am coming to you (17:13)   (πρὸς σὲ ἔρξομαι)
    B'(17:14-23)    17:14 I gave them your word (17:14)
  A'(17:24-26)  17:24 my glory that you gave me, because you loved me before the foundation of the world. (17:24)"   (πρὸ καταβολῆς κόσμου)
 
   A: The glory before the world began. B: To give the words. C: I am coming to you. D: Fulfillment of the Old Testament.

[63]The betrayal and arrest of Jesus  (John 18:1-14)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@130   Mark@73   Luke@131)
 
  A(18:1-3)  18:3 the chief priests and the Pharisees and went there with lanterns, torches, and weapons.(18:3)"   (ὅπλων)
    B(18:4-6)    18:5 I AM. (18:5)   (ἐγώ εἰμι)
    B'(18:7-9)    18:8 I AM (18:8)   (ἐγώ εἰμι)
  A'(18:10-14)  18:10 Then Simon Peter, who had a sword (18:10)"   (μάχαιραν)
 
   A: Weapons. B: I am.

[64]Denial of Peter  (John 18:15-18)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@132   Mark@75   Luke@132)
 
  A(18:15-16)  Peter and servants of the high priest
    B(18:17)    Denial of Peter
  A'(18:18)  Peter and servants of the high priest
 
   A: Peter and servants of the high priest. B: Denial of Peter.

[65]The Jewish Trial and Peter's Denial  (John 18:19-24)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@131   Mark@74   Luke@133)
 
  A(18:19)  The high priest
    B(18:20-21)    Answer of Jesus
      C(18:22)      Behaviors of the servant
    B'(18:23)    Answer of Jesus
  A'(18:24)  The high priest
 
   A: The high priest. B: Answer of Jesus. C: Behaviors of the servant.

[66]Denial of Peter again  (John 18:25-27)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@132   Mark@75   Luke@132)
 
  A(18:25)  The second denial of Peter
  A'(18:26-27)  The third denial of Peter
 
   A: Denial of Peter.

[67]Jesus before Pilate  (John 18:28-38)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@135   Mark@76   Luke@134)
 
  A(18:28-32)  18:29 What charge do you bring (against) this man? (18:29)
    B(18:33)    Question of Pilate
      C(18:34)      18:34 Do you say this on your own or have others told you about me? (18:34)
        D(18:35)        Question of Pilate
          E(18:36)          18:36 JMy kingdom does not belong to this world (18:36)
        D'(18:37a)        Question of Pilate
      C'(18:37b)      18:37You say I am a king (18:37)
    B'(18:38a)    Question of Pilate
  A'(18:38)  18:38 I find no guilt in him. (18:38)
 
   A: Pilate could not find any sin. B: Question of Pilate. C: Answer of Jesus. D: Question of Pilate. E: Answer of Jesus.

[68]Jesus sentenced to death  (John 18:29-19:16)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@136   Mark@77   Luke@136)
 
  A(18:29-19:3)  19:3 Hail, King of the Jews! (19:3)
    B(19:4-6)    19:6 Crucify him (19:6)
      C(19:7)      19:7 We have a law, and according to that law he ought to die (19:7)
        D(19:8-10)        19:10 I have power to release you and I have power to crucify you (19:10)
          E(19:11)          19:11 You would have no power over me if it had not been given to you from above (19:11)
        D'(19:12a)        19:12 Pilate tried to release him (19:12)
      C'(19:12b)      19:12If you release him, you are not a Friend of Caesar (19:12)
    B'(19:13-15a)    19:15 Crucify him! (19:15)
  A'(19:15b-16)  19:15 We have no king but Caesar. (19:15)
 
   A: King. B: Crucifixion. C: Claims of Jews. D: Behaviors of Pilate. E: Answer of Jesus.

[69]The crucifixion of Jesus  (John 19:17-22)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@137   Mark@78   Luke@138)
 
  A(19:17-18)  19:17 in Hebrew, Golgotha.(19:17)"   (Ἑβραιστὶ)
    B(19:19)    19:19 Jesus the Nazorean, the King of the Jews.(19:19)"   ( ὁ βασιλεὺς τῶν Ἰουδαίων)
  A'(19:20)  19:20 it was written in Hebrew, Latin, and Greek. (19:20)"   (Ἑβραιστὶ)
    B'(19:21-22)    19:21 Do not write 'The King of the Jews,' but that he said, 'I am the King of the Jews.' (19:21)"   ( ὁ βασιλεὺς τῶν Ἰουδαίων)
 
   A: Hebrew. B: The King of the Jews.

[70]People with crucified Jesus  (John 19:23-27)
 
(Related pericope:    Mark@78)
 
  A(19:23)  19:23 the soldiers had crucified Jesus (19:23)
    B(19:24)    19:24 that is what the soldiers did (19:24)
  A'(19:25-26)  19:25 Standing by the cross of Jesus were his mother and his mother's sister (19:25)
    B'(19:27)    19:27 the disciple took her into his home (19:27)
 
   A: People who stand near the cross. B: Fulfillment of the word.

[71]The death of Jesus  (John 19:28-30)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@139   Mark@79   Luke@140)
 
  A(19:28)  19:28 After this, aware that everything was now finished, in order that the scripture might be fulfilled, Jesus said, "I thirst."(19:28)"   (τετέλεσται)
    B(19:29)    19:29 they put a sponge soaked in wine on a sprig of hyssop and put it up to his mouth.(19:29)
  A'(19:30)  19:30 When Jesus had taken the wine, he said, "It is finished." (19:30)"   (τετέλεσται)
 
   A: Finished. B: Wine.

[72]Jesus' side is pierced  (John 19:31-37)
 
  A(19:31-34)  19:33 they did not break his legs (19:33)   (κατέαξαν)
    B(19:35)    19:35 An eyewitness has testified, and his testimony is true (19:35)
  A'(19:36-37)  19:36 Not a bone of it will be broken. (19:36)   (συντριβήσεται)
 
   A: Not being broken. B: Testimony.

[73]The burial of Jesus  (John 19:38-42)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@141   Mark@80   Luke@141)
 
  A(19:38a)  Joseph of Arimathea
    B(19:38b)    took his body (19:38)
  A'(19:39)  Nicodemus
    B'(19:40-41)    they laid Jesus there (19:42)
 
   A: Disciples. B: Burial of the body of Jesus.

[74]The resurrection of Jesus  (John 20:1-10)
 
(Related pericope:    Matthew@143   Mark@81   Luke@142)
 
  A(20:1-3)  20:2 They have taken the Lord from the tomb, and we don't know where they put him. (20:2)"   (οἰδαμεν)
    B(20:4-5)    20:4 the other disciple ran faster than Peter and arrived at the tomb first; (20:4)   (μνημεῖον)
      C(20:6-7)      20:6 he went into the tomb and saw the burial cloths there,(20:6)
    B'(20:8)    20:8 the one who had arrived at the tomb first (20:8)   (μνημεῖον)
  A'(20:9-10)  20:9 For they did not yet understand the scripture that he had to rise from the dead.(20:9)   (ᾔδεισαν)
 
   A: Lack of understandings. B: Arriving at the tomb first. C: Clothes.

[75]Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene  (John 20:11-18)
 
  A(20:11-12)  20:12 saw two angels (20:12)   (θεωρεῖ)
    B(20:13a)    20:13 Woman, why are you weeping? (20:13)"   (τίκλαίεις)
      C(20:13b)      20:13 where they laid him (20:13)   (ποῦ ἔθηκαν αὐτόν)
  A'(20:14)  20:14 saw Jesus (20:14)   (θεωρεῖ)
    B'(20:15a)    20:15 Woman, why are you weeping? (20:15)"   (τίκλαίεις)
      C'(20:15b)      20:15 where you laid him (20:15)   (ποῦ ἔθηκας αὐτόν)
P(20:16-18)20:18 I have seen the Lord (20:18)
 
   A: Seeing. B: Why are you weeping. C: Where they laid him.

[76]Jesus appears to the disciple  (John 20:19-23)
 
  A(20:19a)  20:19 the disciples were, for fear of the Jews (20:19)"   (μαθηταὶ)
    B(20:19b)    20:19 Peace be with you (20:19)   (εἰρήνη)
      C(20:20a)      20:20 he showed them his hands and his side (20:20)
  A'(20:20b)  20:20 The disciples rejoiced (20:20)
    B'(20:21)    20:21Peace be with you (20:21)   (μαθηταὶ)
      C'(20:22-23)      20:22 he breathed on them and said to them (20:22)   (εἰρήνη)
 
   A: The disciples. B: Peace be with you. C: Action of Jesus.

[77]Jesus and Thomas  (John 20:24-29)
 
  A(20:24-25a)  20:25 We have seen the Lord (20:25)   (κύριον)
    B(20:25b)    20:25Unless I see the mark of the nails in his hands and put my finger into the nailmarks and put my hand into his side, I will not believe. (20:25)"   (πιστεύσω)
      C(20:26)      20:26 Peace be with you (20:26)
    B'(20:27)    20:27 bring your hand and put it into my side, and do not be unbelieving, but believe (20:27)"   (πιστός)
  A'(20:28-29)  20:28 My Lord and my God! (20:28)   (κύριός)
 
   A: The Lord. B: Believe. C:Peace.

[78]The purpose of this book  (John 20:30-31)
 
  A(20:30)  Jesus
    B(20:30)    To write
    B'(20:31)    To write
  A'(20:31)  Jesus
 
   A: Jesus. B: To write.

[79]Jesus appears to seven disciples  (John 21:1-14)
 
  A(21:1-3)  21:1 After this, Jesus revealed himself again to his disciples at the Sea of Tiberias (21:1)"   (ἐφανέρωσεν)
    B(21:4-5)    21:4 the disciples did not realize that it was Jesus. (21:4)   (ᾔδεισαν)
      C(21:6)      21:6 were not able to pull it in because of the number of fish. (21:6)   (ἰχθύων)
        D(21:7-8)        21:7 It is the Lord (21:7)
      C'(21:9-11)      21:11 Even though there were so many, the net was not torn.(21:11)"   (ἰχθύων)
    B'(21:12-13)    21:12 because they realized it was the Lord.(21:12)   (εἰδότες)
  A'(21:14)  21:14 This was now the third time Jesus was revealed to his disciples after being raised from the dead.(21:14)   (ἐφανερώθη)
 
   A: Jesus revealed himself again to his disciples. B: Not realizing / realizing the Lord. C: Many fishes. D: It is the Lord.

[80]Jesus and Peter  (John 21:15-19)
 
  A1(21:15a)  21:15 Simon, son of John, do you love me more than these? (21:15)"   (ἀγαπᾳς)
    B1(21:15b)    21:15 I love you (21:15)   (φιλῶ)
      C1(21:15c)      21:15 Feed my lambs (21:15)   (ἀρνία)
  A2(21:16a)  21:16 Simon, son of John, do you love me? (21:16)"   (ἀγαπᾷς)
    B2(21:16b)    21:16 I love you (21:16)   (φιλῶ)
      C2(21:16c)      21:16 Tend my sheep (21:16)   (πρόβατά)
  A3(21:17a)  21:17 Simon, son of John, do you love me? (21:17)"   (φιλεῖς)
    B3(21:17b)    21:17 I love you (21:17)   (φιλῶ)
      C3(21:17c)      21:17 Feed my sheep (21:17)   (πρόβατά)
P(21:18-19)21:19 Follow me. (21:19)
 
   A: Simon, son of John, do you love me. B: I love you. C: Feed my sheep.

[81]Jesus and the beloved disciple  (John 21:20-25)
 
  A(21:20)  21:20 saw the disciple following whom Jesus loved (21:20)   (μαθητὴν)
    B(21:21-22)    21:22 What if I want him to remain until I come? (21:22)   (θέλω μένειν ἕως ἔρχομαι)
    B'(21:23)    21:23 What if I want him to remain until I come? (21:23)   (θέλω μένειν ἕως ἔρχομαι)
  A'(21:24-25)  21:24 It is this disciple who testifies to these things and has written them (21:24)   (μαθητὴς)
 
   A: The disciple whom Jesus loved. B: What if I want him to remain until I come.


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