Table of Contents
- 1 What is 1 John talking about?
- 2 What is the reason the world does not know us?
- 3 What is the meaning of God is just?
- 4 What is the lesson in John Chapter 1?
- 5 What verse is I am a child of God?
- 6 Who Layeth down his life for?
- 7 How is God both just and merciful?
- 8 Why does John call Jesus the Word?
- 9 What can be said about the setting of 1 John?
- 10 Is 1 John a Catholic epistles?
What is 1 John talking about?
1 John. The First Letter of John was apparently addressed to a group of churches where “false prophets,” denounced as Antichrist, denied the Incarnation of Jesus and caused a secession so substantial that the orthodox remnant was sadly depleted.
What is the reason the world does not know us?
The reason the world does not know us is that it did not know him. Dear friends, now we are children of God, and what we will be has not yet been made known.
Who is a child of God according to the Bible?
You are a child of God if you have believed… a belief that causes you to surrender your life to Jesus as your LORD (Creator and Owner). A belief that keeps on believing and keeps on surrendering to your LORD. In other words, God’s child! If we are God’s child we will love our heavenly Father.
What is the meaning of God is just?
God is just. It is part of His character, which means He is always just. He cannot be unjust, and He defines and sets the standard for justice. We hear that God is love and God is holy more often than we hear that God is just.
What is the lesson in John Chapter 1?
As the prologue to the Gospel of John, the first chapter teaches about the premortal divinity of Jesus Christ, emphasizes His role as the messenger of the Father, emphasizes that He is the only way to return to the Father, and highlights the impact of personal testimony in bringing others to follow Jesus Christ.
How does God inspire you to become a better person?
If you want to become a better person according to the Bible, it’s all by faith, by trusting in Christ. It’s all in trusting in Jesus’ finished work. Your new identity is in Him. God will bring about true and lasting change in your life.
What verse is I am a child of God?
I am a child of God; my Heavenly Father loves me (see Ps. 82:6).
Who Layeth down his life for?
Anyone who does not love remains in death. 15 Anyone who hates a brother or sister is a murderer, and you know that no murderer has eternal life residing in him. 16 This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters.
Who are the true sons of God?
In Judaism “Sons of God” usually refers to the righteous, i.e. the children of Seth. Angels: All of the earliest sources interpret the “sons of God” as angels.
How is God both just and merciful?
How is God both just and merciful? God has given us laws, and He obeys them perfectly (see Alma 42:22). We are not compelled to repent, but we will face the consequences of our deeds if we do not repent (see Alma 42:27).
Why does John call Jesus the Word?
John’s purpose is to establish the fact that Jesus is God and man in one person. By presenting Jesus Christ as the Word through which all things were created, John is saying that God chose Jesus as his messenger/messiah to tell us about himself. Jesus is God and the revealer of God the Father.
What is augustaugustine’s commentary on 1 John?
Augustine’s commentary on 1 John has the Latin title “On the Epistle of John to the Parthians” ( ad Parthos ). This commentary was written at the beginning of the fifth century a.d.
What can be said about the setting of 1 John?
What can be said about the setting of 1 John and the two shorter Johannine Epistles must be gleaned from hints in the text itself. No explicit statements are made within the Epistles themselves concerning the life-situation to which these writings were addressed, but there are some important clues:
Is 1 John a Catholic epistles?
The interpretation of 1 John, in particular, has suffered considerably from its association with the so called “general” or “catholic” epistles. This designation probably resulted originally from the fact that no specific destination was given in any of the three Johannine letters (e.g., as in Rom 1:7; 1 Cor 1:2, etc.).
What is the apocryphal Acts of John?
The apocryphal Acts of John, written by Leucius Charinus (supposedly a companion of John) ca. a.d. 150, tells of the ministry of the Apostle John at Ephesus.