1 John

This epistle, like the epistle to the Hebrews, names neither its author, nor the persons to whom it is addressed, though it is very personal, as evident from the frequent use of "I" and "You".

From the beginning, it has been recognized as a letter of the Apostle John to the churches around Ephesus, to emphasize the main essentials of the gospel, and to warn against incipient heresies which later produced a corrupt and paganized form of Christianity.

Bible Lessons

Lesson 1
1 John 1:1-10

Lesson 2
1 John 2:1-14

Lesson 3
1 John 2:15-29

Lesson 4
1 John 3: 1-12

Lesson 5 - Love is Righteousness in Action
1 John 3: 13-24

Lesson 6
1 John 4:1-21

Lesson 7
1 John 5:1-21
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