This 13-song musical takes the listener on a journey back in time with the apostle John as he recounts firsthand experiences from his life with Jesus before having one final encounter with his Savior from his prison cell on the Island of Patmos.
Limited edition digital download of Justin performing the show's opening song, "I Remember"
A digital download of Justin’s “As in the Days of Noah” musical featuring 19 original songs
An original mini-poster of the show signed by Justin and the studio cast
A digital download code of the “From Patmos” album to share with a friend
Exclusive access to never-before-seen video footage from the original show (pictured below).
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I Remember - Exiled in prison on the Island of Patmos, the aging Apostle John is sustained by memories of his time with Jesus decades earlier.
To Bethlehem - John thinks back to the prophesy of his Savior's birth and the night of His arrival.
Lightning Falling - John remembers an encounter between Jesus as a youth and the fallen angel, Satan. He then reflects on the maturity Jesus gains over the years as He grows in wisdom and favor and is ready to begin His ministry.
Where is the Coming of Messiah - John vividly recalls crying out, along with Mary of Bethany and their families, for their Messiah to come.
It's Time - John remembers the wedding in Cana, where he watches Mary, the mother of Jesus, talking to her Son about the time for Him to be revealed to the world.
It's a Miracle - At the same wedding, Mary of Bethany marvels at what her eyes are beholding - her friend, Jesus, turning water into wine.
I Never Knew - John replays in his mind a riveting and unforgettable scene in which an adulterous woman processes the experience of receiving Jesus' forgiveness for her sins.
Jesus in the Garden - John is gripped by the memory of Jesus crying out to his Father in the Garden of Gethsemane and the demonic conflict that arises.
Forsaken - John's reflections on a day forever etched in his memory, the day his beloved friend and Savior is crucified.
The Firstborn - John reminisces about rejoicing with his friends, Lazarus, Mary of Bethany, and Martha, at the resurrection of Jesus from the dead.
Come Up Here - Now back in the present on the Island of Patmos, John acknowledges that all that is left of the friend he misses so intensely are these vivid but distant memories. Facing continued captivity and persecution, John cries out to the Lord and Jesus answers, appearing to John in his cell.
Finale - John is taken up into Heaven and given the Revelation of Jesus Christ. Overwhelmed by the magnitude of what he has just received, John's desire is to marvel at it and his mandate is to share it, but in this moment, he is simply compelled to worship the One at the center of it all.