How is John's gospel different than the other three? It was written in the late first century where people were already arguing about the divinity of Christ. It's author is, "the disciple whom Jesus loved" and wanted to set straight the divinity of Jesus, what He said and what He did while on earth. It contains a complete year of Christ's activity the other gospels don't mention while seven of the twenty one total chapters are devoted to the final twelve hours Jesus spent teaching, encouraging and preparing His disciples for His leaving them on their own and returning to Heaven.
Also included are the sermon notes and all of the messages in MP3 format.
Messages included in volume seven of "John" are: Hearing God - Receiving Power, Not Yet, Dangerous Places, Resurrection and Life, Refusing to Believe, Love - Not Anger, Listening Carefully to God, Priorities, A Grain of Wheat and Dealing With Danger.