Sun, Jun 30, 2019
The final week of our series in The Letters of John. This week we look at 2nd and 3rd John - books that were written to dear friends, loved by John and walking in the truth. He warns them not to be deceived by false teachers and to watch out that they don't lose what they've worked for and also to continue to be generous in their treatment of traveling ministers.
Sun, Jun 23, 2019
Week 6 of our series in The Letters of John. The commandment to love is not new however, John talks about how to love in a "new" way - the way Christ loved us, following the example He set for us. Listen and hear how the commandment to love is new in 3 different ways.
Sun, Jun 16, 2019
Week 5 of our series in The Letters of John. Little Children, Fathers, Young Men - I have written unto you! John's message is that we have been forgiven, but how does our growth chart look spiritually?
Sun, Jun 09, 2019
Week 4 of our series in The Letters of John. John wrote the epistle of 1 John at the end of his life, as the voice of a passing generation - one who had been present for Jesus' earthly ministry. He writes 1 John to believers, that we can know we have eternal life - he writes using symbols and pictures to illustrate the truth that we are washed, sanctified, and justified.
Sun, Jun 02, 2019
Week 3 of our series in The Letters of John. John is communicating as a father to beloved children warning about those who will try to deceive them, recognizing those who are against Christ, and encouraging the believers to be ready - to abide in Christ to keep them from falling for the antichrist's lies and turning away from Christ.
Sun, May 12, 2019
Week 2 of our series in The Letters of John. There is a spectrum within the body of believers in regard to sensitivity to sin; some believers are more aware of their offenses against God and some are less so. Today we look at two questions: Why should I obey? and What if I fail? What we do when no one is looking proves what we believe.
Sun, May 05, 2019
Week 1 of our series in The Letters of John. Today we focus on the opening verses of 1st John, written about 50-60 years after Jesus' ascension by one of the last remaining eyewitnesses at that time of Jesus' life and ministry. These verses show us what John considered important to share with his fellow believers - testifying to the reality of Jesus, who he saw with his eyes and touched with his hands, to proclaim the eternal life through Him, that we may live in fellowship with God, His Son the Lord Jesus Christ, and each other.