At Christmas, one of my favorite times, I did a series of video narrations of the Gospel of Luke on this blog. Luke tells of the birth of the Christ better than the other gospels. His focus is on the origin and presentation of Jesus in the world. He goes on to tell the tale of his life, but his gospel is the best for the birth.
Now, in the Easter season, I am presenting the Gospel of John. John tells the story of resurrection better than the others, and so it is logical to present his version of Christ as the focus is on the miracles, teaching, death, and resurrection of Jesus.
Today, I wish you all a blessed Resurrection Day.
So, without further ado, the Gospel of John: Chapter 21.
I appreciate your coming to visit. I truly do. I ask but small favors:
If you like the way this series sounds, I have a bunch of audio books available for purchase. They cover a wide range of topics. Some Christian, some very secular, most military thrillers, including the highly regarded DARK TRANSIT by Michael DiMercurio. The language and stories are not always “G” rated, but they are some darned fine reads. You will find them at this link: Audible Works by Joseph Courtemanche.
Finally, look around the last few years of the blog and read some of the posts. If you like them, share them with others.
See you tomorrow.