This series of messages is a verse by verse exposition of the book of 1 & 2 Samuel by David Henke. These messages were preached during our Sunday Morning Adult Sunday School. Click here for more teaching by David Henke.
The difference between true and false believers is how they live their lives. Is it possible to know whether someone is saved or not by observing how they live? An exposition of 1 John 2:3-4.
To approach God at any age it was done through a mediator. Sin is a very real problem for the saved and the unsaved alike. We take comfort in knowing that Jesus is our Advocate before the Father standing in His presence on our behalf. Jesus is the propitiation for our sins. An exposition of 1 John 2:1-2.
Real believers must have a proper view of God and know the reality of sin. That true fellowship with the Father is the result of walking in His Light. An exposition of 1 John 1:5-10.
In these introductory verses, we cover the background to 1 John. Heresy in the form of Gnosticism had infiltrated the early church. John’s response to that was to “proclaim” Christ from his first-hand experience as an Apostle. An exposition of 1 John 1:1-4.
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