Category Archives: 1 John

April 15: Following and Sin

Read 1 John 1:1-10 What are some of the characteristics of genuine followers of Jesus? Have we invited Jesus to follow us as a first responder for life’s emergencies or as a resort concierge for life’s amenities? Or are we … Continue reading

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February 26: Assurance

Read 1 John 5:1-21 In this letter, the apostle John wrote about various topics from sin and sanctification to love, antichrists, and the believer’s relationship to the world.  Why did John write these things?  In spite of the diversity of … Continue reading

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February 25: God’s Love Perfected

Read 1 John 4:1-21 God gave up what He loved the most because He loved us so much. God the Father chose to offer His very own Son for the love of you and me. “Love consists in this: not … Continue reading

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February 24: Sacrificial Love

Read 1 John 3:1-24 When this devotional is published, my wedding day will be 2.5 weeks away. It almost doesn’t seem real to think that in 2 and a half weeks, I will be married to my best friend. As … Continue reading

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Feb 23 – Love Means Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Read 1 John 2:1-11 : In our current series we are looking at what the bible has to say about love in the context of marriage.  To be honest, 1 John 2 really doesn’t seem to have much to do with … Continue reading

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February 22: Walking in the Light

Read 1 John 1:1-10 How do people today think of Christians? Do they think of nice people that love everyone and show grace or do they think of hypocritical people who loudly denounce anything and everything that is against their … Continue reading

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November 3: Crystal Clear Confidence

Read 1 John 5:1-21 In my mind, some of the verses you just read communicate the crystal clarity that people can have regarding their relationship with God and their eternal future.  Perhaps you will find them helpful today as you … Continue reading

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