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The Beloved Disciple: Following John to the Heart of Jesus (2002)

af Beth Moore

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John the apostle must have thought he had seen everything. Having been with Jesus all the years of his ministry, John witnessed more miracles than he could count, saw more displays of power than he could comprehend, and experienced more love than he could fathom. And one unforgettable morning young John outran Peter to his Savior's empty tomb. Just as Christ took John on a lifelong journey into the depths of His love, He will do the same for you. The bridegroom's love is unmatched and inexhaustible, and He is waiting to lavish it on you, His beloved. You will not be the same.… (mere)
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This Christian devotional is about the Apostle John, one of my favourite Bible characters. It begins by giving some background into his life; it had not previously occurred to me that he was most likely the youngest of the original disciples.

The bulk of the book looks at John's writing: the fourth Gospel, the letters, and the book of Revelation which he wrote in exile, when he was much older. There's plenty of insight, and it's a useful guide for anyone wanting to know more about this inspiring man.

However I found the style of Beth Moore's writing a bit irritating in places. There were a lot of cliches and informal slang, some of which made no sense at all to someone not brought up in the same culture. I also found it annoying that the author kept referring to the reader as ‘Beloved’, which felt over-familiar. In places the book felt like the transcript of a talk rather than something intended to be written.

Recommended if you want to know more about John the Apostle and the books he wrote, in a structured way, if you don’t mind the informal and familiar style. ( )
  SueinCyprus | Jun 22, 2017 |
She is supposed to be very popular so I wanted to see what she was doing. She isn't writing for me. Too emotional, too "touchy-feely," too much chaff and not enough wheat. Made it to the 5th chapter before giving up. Maybe I'll try again someday. ( )
  Luke_Brown | Sep 10, 2016 |
This is the first book that I've read by Beth Moore and I look forward to reading her other works. Her writing is honest and her research is fascinating. I recommend this to anyone who wants to study John and the apostles. I learned much about Jesus by watching John. ( )
  swivelgal | Mar 17, 2014 |
Being that it’s Easter morning and being a strong Christian it was time to post the Christian books I’ve read over the last few months. My family and I went to our Easter service Saturday night in what from looking outside, appeared to be more like a Christmas Eve service with the near white-out conditions that come along time to time here in Northeast Ohio. Anyway, I tend to read non-fiction much slower than fiction because as I read through the book, I’ll often look up the sources and do some independent study on my own.

This book by Beth Moore was no different. It is a study into the life of the Apostle John so I spent a lot of time in my Bible reading the relevant scriptures in the books of John and Revelations where Moore tended to focus her study. It was a fascinating look at the youngest of Jesus’ disciples and the one that lived the longest and only one that died of natural causes. While Beth tends to be quite flowery with her words, which makes the book a bit of a chore to read sometimes and I found myself glossing over the sections I saw Beth doing so with, the wealth of information is just incredible and well worth the time spent reading this book. If you’re looking for a good study on the Apostle John, this is a very good choice to get you started. ( )
  harpua | Sep 13, 2008 |
I suppose based on the subtitle, I should have seen it coming... but this book was not what I was after. I was looking for a sort of biography of John, and it turned out to be completely filled with bible study type exercises and was too filled with faith based information. Nothing against it, really, but it isn't my style and isn't what I wanted. ( )
  matt_mcbrien | Aug 12, 2007 |
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To my new son, Curt - If I could have looked the world over for a life partner for my firstborn, I would have chosen you. No need. God already had. My dear Curt, as I wrote this study, I often thought how very much you favor the apostle John. You are a true man of vision, driven to the LOGOS by godly affection. You are the essence of a deeply beloved disciple. I LOVE YOU.
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[Introduction] I have the privilege of writing this introduction only days after my husband escorted our firstborn down the aisle and into the arms of her handsome groom.
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John the apostle must have thought he had seen everything. Having been with Jesus all the years of his ministry, John witnessed more miracles than he could count, saw more displays of power than he could comprehend, and experienced more love than he could fathom. And one unforgettable morning young John outran Peter to his Savior's empty tomb. Just as Christ took John on a lifelong journey into the depths of His love, He will do the same for you. The bridegroom's love is unmatched and inexhaustible, and He is waiting to lavish it on you, His beloved. You will not be the same.

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