Do you know how the Gospel of John ends? The very last line, John 21:25, goes like this:
“There are also many other things that Jesus did, but if these were to be described individually, I do not think the whole world would contain the books that would be written.”
I can’t honestly say that I’ve read John’s gospel from start to finish, but when I came face-to-face with that last line in prayer one day, it completely captivated me. It is not some “happily ever after” epilogue, but a striking confirmation of both Jesus’ humanity and mysterious divinity. He moved, loved, and lived with such purpose that every breath could fill a novel. Every laugh, conversation, and touch of His surely deserved an entire volume. Christ, someone so vast and indescribable, fit himself into the reality of our world. He became a word when His true nature is an infinite story far beyond human comprehension.