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A Study in 2 and 3 John

Walking in the Truth

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ID: 16301 • July 1, 2009

The epistles of 2 and 3 John are the shortest books in the New Testament, but they are no less relevant for that. These letters from the apostle John to a congregation he pastored and to a friend he held dear bear his characteristic emphasis on faithfulness to the truth, which reveals itself through a love that is expressed by obedience to the Lord’s commands.

In this study, Alistair Begg explores the ongoing relevance of these ancient letters. They remind us of our need to continue walking in the truth and to be on guard against false teachers who would sow confusion. Those who follow Christ are faithful to His teaching. As Christ reigns in their hearts, they show love to others in practical and meaningful ways, and they bear testimony to Him by their lives.

Sermons in this Series

Truth and Love

2 John 1:1–3 Sermon Includes Transcript 42:02 ID: 2637

Response, Request, Reminder

2 John 1:4–6 Sermon Includes Transcript 25:20 ID: 2638

The Danger of Deception

2 John 1:7–13 Sermon Includes Transcript 36:06 ID: 2639

Confessional Christianity

2 John 1:7–13 Sermon Includes Transcript 34:49 ID: 2640

Walk in the Truth — Part One

3 John 1:1–8 Sermon Includes Transcript 36:54 ID: 2641

Walk in the Truth — Part Two

3 John 1:1–8 Sermon Includes Transcript 29:39 ID: 2642

The Condemnation of Diotrephes

3 John 1:9–10 Sermon Includes Transcript 38:24 ID: 2643

The Commendation of Demetrius

3 John 1:9–14 Sermon Includes Transcript 41:22 ID: 2644