Study on The Epistles of John: Ten 1 John, 2 John, 3 John Bible Study Lessons - FREE
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The Epistles of John Study consists of Ten (10) FREE Online Lessons. The Epistles of John Study includes the following Bible study themes: (To access all of the FREE John Study lessons simply click sign-in to setup your FREE online user account and begin)
Antichrists: the person who denies that Jesus is the Christ, denial of the Son is also denial of the Father
Asking of God: the role of our obedience and pleasing God, according to His will
Children of God: we shall be like him, are known because they do what is right
Commands of God: Believe in the name of Jesus Christ, love one another as he commanded us
Conflict with people in church: those who love to be first, gossip, etc. and how to respond
Deceivers: do not acknowledge Jesus Christ as coming in the flesh
Faith: Believing Jesus is the Christ, loving the Father, loving his children
False Claims: claims to be in the light but hates his brother, does not obey God’s commands
Knowing God (how to measure if one does): Obey His commands, walk as Jesus did
Love: How and when God showed his love among us. How we ought to love one another. God is love. How love is made complete and perfect.
Love one another: Do not be like Cain, knowing what love is, love with actions and in truth not with words
Love the world: cravings of sinful man, lust of his eyes, boasting of what he has and does
Seeing a brother commit sin: What we should do
Teaching of Christ (the need to continue in it): the danger of running ahead
Testimony of God: Jesus came by water and blood. And it is the Spirit who testifies.
Testing: Ways to know if others are from God or are false prophets or have the spirit of the antichrist
Truth: aspects of “truth”; understanding given by the Son of God, God is truth, the Spirit of Truth
Walking in the light: counters false claims to being in fellowship with God
Word of Life: Jesus Christ, the Son of God, is proclaimed the eternal life
Epistles of John Bible Study Background Information:
Author: The author refers to himself as "the elder". It is generally held that the author of the Gospel of John was also the author of the Epistles of John.
Bible Translation Version: The NIV Bible translation is recommended since the 1 John, 2 John, 3 John Bible lessons reference the NIV. Other Bible translations may be used although some wording variations will occur.
Textbook recommendations: For more insight into biblical interpretation, or better understanding of what we read in the Bible, I highly recommend either of the following: How to Study Your Bible, by Kay Arthur or How to READ the BIBLE for All Its WORTH, by Gordon D. Fee and Douglas Stuart.