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1, 2 & 3 John, Comments on

1 2 3 john l m g
SKU: 9990

Author: Grant, L. M.

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1 John beautifully dwells upon the great truth of eternal life

abiding in the believer, the life which is the very nature of

God, and which has been manifested perfectly in the blessed

Person of His Son. If we desire to rightly learn its characteristics,

they shine radiantly in all the history of the Lord Jesus

on earth. Two grand expressions summarize for us the blessedness

of this divine nature: “God is light,” and “God is love.”

The development and proofs of this life is to be manifested in

the believer.

2 John is the only epistle in Scripture addressed to a woman.

1 John has laid down the blessed principles of truth (or light)

and of love revealed in the person of the Son of God. Now this

epistle emphasizes the truth as necessary to be maintained

faithfully, even by a gentle, tender-hearted woman. She was

to refuse any one not bringing the doctrine of Christ.

3 John again has much to say about truth and love, but

emphasizes love as being the necessary accompaniment of

truth. For another type of evil had arisen: that of a man in

the assembly apparently claiming to be acting for the truth

and yet casting others out—even refusing the apostle John.

Truth and love must stand together, as complements of one

another, for in these is the very nature of God.

The author develops these themes in John’s Epistles in a

very readable and concise style. Every believer will be helped

through these heart-warming studies.

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