The Testimony of God

May 24, 2020
Jesus of Nazareth was a Jewish man who lived about 2000 years ago on earth. Why have billions of people put their faith in Him? John says it’s because of…

Overcoming the World

May 17, 2020
When we read Scripture, we find that our questions and concerns are addressed as if it was  written to us. It was not, but all of it was written for…
For the third time John lays out the assurance of salvation we have in loving one another. Each pass through is deeper and richer. We love because the light is…

Love in Deed

April 26, 2020
It matters what you love, and it matters how you love. John transitions from talking about the greatest commandment—loving God—to explaining the second greatest commandment, loving your neighbor as yourself.…
God establishes the civil government to be a servant of justice for Him on the earth. But He also appoints familial and ecclesiastical governments, each with its sphere of sovereignty.…
The eternal Word of God became incarnate in this world as Jesus of Nazareth. The apostles saw, heard, touched, witnessed and declared Him to the world, including the people John…

Walking in the Light

March 8, 2020
The Word of life was manifested and is now being declared. This wonderful news results in fellowship with believers and the Lord, and fullness of joy. But what happens when…
First John is one of three letters this apostle wrote in addition to the Gospel of John and Revelation. He addresses specific false teaching that is unsettling the church. He…
The fundamental fact of all reality is the Trinity. We could just say “God”, but referring to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit causes us to remember the unity, fellowship,…
This is the fourth message in To You & Your Children series. First, we considered the grace and promises foundationally laid in God the Father’s home. Second, the gift of…

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