What do the letters of John, tucked away near the end of the New Testament, tell us other than that we ought to love one another? That’s a good message but can we put some muscle into it?
With the help of Dr. Robert D. Cornwall and his new study guide on the Letters of John in the Participatory Study Series, we certainly can Cornwall guides us through a historical, theological and practical study of these three little letters, taking 1st century material, helping us understand it clearly, and applying it to our daily lives in the 21st century.
Besides its value in studying these books, this guide provides a model for a successful small group or individual study of any Bible passage. Each lesson includes readings, questions, exercises, and a suggested prayer in closing helping to bring the application home.
This study is useful for individuals and small groups, but can also be valuable in planning a sermon series.
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