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It takes time to know one another even between couple. CIC’s Young Couples’ Fellowship @ Drew & Linda’s apartment. Life that abides in Christ . (1 John 2:3-29). Origin/Recipients. 291.

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it takes time to know one another even between couple

It takes time to know one another even between couple

CIC’s Young Couples’ Fellowship @ Drew & Linda’s apartment

origin recipients
Origin/Recipients

291

The admonition to keep oneself from idols (5:21) substantiates the tradition of John writing from Ephesus since idols were prominent in the pagan Greco-Roman culture but rare in Palestine.

Pergamum

Thyatira

Sardis

Smyrna

Philadelphia

Laodicea

Ephesus

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Occasion

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John combats two forms of Gnostic teaching in his letter:

Docetic Gnosticism denied the humanity of Christ (4:2-3), saying that he only seemed to be human, so John wrote that he actually touched Jesus (1:1).

Cerinthian Gnosticism denied the deity of Christ. Cerinthus, who lived near John in Asia Minor, taught that Jesus was only a man upon whom "the Christ" descended at His baptism but left before His crucifixion. John replied that Jesus Christ came both by water (His baptism) and by blood (His death), thus refuting Cerinthus.

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II. There are three levels of Christian maturity in knowing God (2:12-14)

A. Newly born again Christians (2:12, 13c)

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II. There are three levels of Christian maturity in knowing God (2:12-14)

B. Growing Christianswho are strong in the LORD (2:13b, 14b)

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II. There are three levels of Christian maturity in knowing God (2:12-14)

    • C. Mature Christians who have more experiences with God (2:13a)
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III. We are in the period of the last hour (2:15-29)

A. Children of God do not lovethis world (2:15-17)

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C. The anointing of the Holy Spirit empowers us to understand all truth (2:20, 24-27)

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Do we truly live a righteous life before God and man by loving God whole-heartedly and loving other believers compassionately?

  • Are we struggling between loving God and loving worldly things?
  • Are we ready to meet our Lord Jesus Christ with confidence, without shame?
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By keeping Christ’s commands we abides in Him, the Holy Spirit empowers us to overcome the deceptions of the Antichrist and to live a righteous life (Main Idea)