An exploration of what it means to live in the light of our salvation
John was the disciple that ‘Jesus loved’, and as such, he was privileged to have walked and talked with Him. In these three letters, John encourages his readers with the invitation to a similar, dynamic relationship with Jesus.
This guide explores John’s illuminating use of contrasts – such as light and darkness, God and Satan, love and hate – as well as his warning about false teaching. His words are just as important for us today.
These seven insightful sessions help us to consider:
• How our identity as children of God can anchor us in times of trouble
• That Jesus is our hope and we can see things through God’s eternal perspective
• How we can be alert to false teaching and know biblical truth
Icebreakers, Bible readings, personal application and discussion starters make this a rich resource for group or individual study.