In the Gospels of John he utilizes various characters, rituals, and terms to compare or connect Jesus with. One of the terms that got my attention was when John discusses the “Temple”. The “Temple” of our context is the temple in Jerusalem. In 2:13 now that the Jewish devour of Passover was close, Jesus chose go up to Jerusalem. When he touched base at the sanctuary courts he found inside individuals offering bulls and sheep and pigeons, and the cash changers sitting at tables. So subsequent to seeing all dealers, Jesus at that point drove them hard and fast out of the temple, with the sheep and the bulls. He scattered the coins of the cash changers and turned over their tables. To the individuals who sold the pigeons he stated, “Remove these things from here! Try not to make my Dad’s home a commercial center!”
Another term that stood out to me was the manner by which John discusses how Jesus is the “Shepherd”. Once more, Jesus utilized things that individuals could see to clarify brilliant things that they couldn’t see. Shepherding was as much a piece of their lives as autos and PCs are a piece of our own. The shepherd does numerous things for the sheep for instance he discovers great clean water for them, he drives them to great sustenance, he wards off them from meandering, he keeps them from threat, And the shepherd drives the sheep back to their pen every night. Jesus utilized sheep as an image for the general population and the shepherd as an image for Himself. In John 10:1-5 he says “genuinely, I let you know, any individual who does not enter the sheepfold by the door but rather moves in another way is a hoodlum and an outlaw. The person who enters by the entryway is the shepherd of the sheep. The watchman opens the entryway for him, and the sheep hear his voice. He calls his own sheep by name and leads them out. When he has drawn out all his own he ventures out in front of them, and the sheep tail him since they know his voice. They won’t take after an outsider, however they will keep running from him since they don’t have the foggiest idea about the voice of outsiders” By this examination, Jesus is intended to be the genuine Shepherd or Pioneer of the Jewish individuals. Jesus has been turned out to be the Unrivaled Ruler of the Jews since He satisfied each guarantee that God made about the Savior he would send. Any other individual other than him isn’t the genuine shepherd of the Jews. The individuals who put stock in Jesus are “His own particular sheep.” They know his voice so they will tail him like sheep and they could never take after another. It’s extremely fascinating that the shepherd goes out before his sheep, and they tail him. He will never send his sheep into a place where he has not gone first. So while Jesus was living here on earth, he encountered everything that normal individuals experience. Jesus tells his educates that they should not do things their own specific manner, but rather they should tail him and enable him to lead.The last term that I found that John used to relate to Jesus was “The Word of God”. John writes “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God.” So what I interpret from this is that John is saying Jesus is God, Jesus is the word, Jesus was with God, and Jesus was eternal since he says in the beginning was the word. In John 1:3 he explains to us that Jesus is the creator of all things that exist when he say “All things came into being through Him, and apart from Him nothing came into being that has come into being.” Another thing that John teaches us is that Jesus is the “author of life” because he writes “In him was life, and the life was the Light of men.”