Books of John
John was the longest-lived of the apostles and wrote a great variety of books. His books cover everything from obedience to hospitality to the end times.
Day One: 1 John
...The Book of 1 John seems to be a summary that assumes the readers' knowledge of the gospel as written by John and offers certainty for their faith in Christ. The first epistle indicates that the readers were confronted with the error of gnosticism...
See Also: "Do Christians sin?"
Day Two: 2 John
...The Book of 2 John is an urgent plea that the readers of John's letter should show their love for God and His son Jesus by obeying the commandment to love each other and live their lives in obedience to the Scriptures...
See Also: "Who is the elect lady in 2 John?"
Day Three: 3 John
...John's purpose in writing this third epistle is threefold. First, he writes to commend and encourage his beloved co-worker, Gaius, in his ministry of hospitality to the itinerant messengers who were going from place to place to preach the Gospel of Christ...
See Also: "What does the Bible say about hospitality?"
Day Four: Revelation
...The Revelation of Jesus Christ was given to John by God "to show his servants what must soon take place." This book is filled with mysteries about things to come. It is the final warning that the world will surely end and judgment will be certain...
See Also: "Are You Listening? Four Key Statements to the Seven Churches in the Book of Revelation"
Image Credit: Viktor Vasnetsov; "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse"; 1887; Public Domain
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