Text: 3 John3 Apostle John rejoiced greatly on hearing that Gaius was observing and practicing the fundamentals of Christian faith as observed in 3 John (v.3). Gaius was exemplary for his talk matched the walk. He practiced what he preached (3 John v.4). Gaius’s actions were in sharp contrast to that of Diotrephe, whose reputation[…]

Text 2 John Verse 9 For you to know God, you must abide in the doctrine of Christ (v.9). The fundamental and sound doctrines of faith are a proper view of the Person and work of Jesus Christ, love and obedience. If someone goes against or does not practice such basic fundamentals then it shows[…]

Text: 1 John 5:1-21 The testimony is that God has given us eternal life through His Son’s incarnation, death and resurrection (v.11). The moment you receive Jesus Christ, then you possess eternal life, you do not wait until in the future or heaven because if you die without it you will not get it in[…]

Text: 1 John 4:1-21 Here John is contending with fake teachers who were maintaining that Jesus Christ, only “appeared” to be human, the spirit behind such teaching was of the devil, otherwise under the Spirit of God a person will confess and teach that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh (v.2). At that time[…]

Text: 1 John 3:1-23 “Whoever abides in Him does not sin. Whoever sins has neither seen Him nor known Him,” verse 6 (NKJV). If you claim to be a Christian, born again, but you are experiencing habitual, constant sinning, then it is possible you were never saved in the first place. Your constant habit of[…]

Text: 1 John 2:1-29 The Bible warns us not to love the world (v.15). As a Christian you should practice and show the affection and devotion to God only. God must have first place in your life. The “world” here, does not mean the physical and material world but those invisible spiritual ways of evil[…]

Text: 1 John 1:1-10 “That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked upon, and our hands have handled, concerning the Word of life,” verse 1(NKJV). Unlike in John 1:1, here “from the beginning” refers to the beginning of the preaching of the[…]

Text: 2 Peter 3: 1-18 As we come to the end of our studies in the second epistle of Peter, we are once again challenged to learn to think differently. His whole aim of writing is to urge Christians to use their minds in the way God intended as it is summed up in the[…]

Text: 2 Peter 2: 1-22 ( cf. Acts 17:11; 1 John 4: 1) An essential part of Christian maturity is the ability to discern true from false, even when the church’s spiritual leaders present it in biblical language. This is clearly demonstrated to us by our today’s passage which opens by pointing out that false[…]

Text: 2 Peter 1: 1-21 Today’s passage reveals to us the need for Christians to grow and mature in the grace and true knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. The first section of the passage urges us to understand that God’s provision and the apostolic truth of Jesus Christ is sufficient for spiritual maturity and[…]