3 John Bible Study

Summary

Third John is a letter written by John the Apostle, addressed to ‘Gaius’. The author of Third John never identifies himself specifically as ‘John’, but only refers to himself as ‘the elder’. In spite of this, the clear similarities to John’s other writings matched with strong tradition from early church fathers support this attribution: the second-century writers Irenaeus and Clement of Alexandria entertained no other view.

Introduction

A challenge from the book of 3 John, Chapter 1 (King James Version edition)

Steps (1)

Step 1: 3 John - Chapter 1

The elder, to beloved Gaius. I was overjoyed to hear of your faithfulness. Diotrephes spreads false charges. I hope to see you soon.
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