The Bible says that if we believe in Jesus Christ as our Savior, we will have eternal life. But for many, that's hard to believe. According to Chuck Swindoll, we can have absolute assurance in our relationship with God. Don't miss this important message from Chuck as he wraps up our study in First John today and echoes the things John knew for sure!
Isn't it difficult to not know something for sure? Such as not knowing if you have enough fuel to make it to the next gas station...or not knowing where your wallet and keys are. Do you know, and never doubt, where you're going when you die? Perhaps you grew up in the church, but you aren't sure if what God said is really true. You'll want to tune in today!
In our culture, Christians are often made to feel their core beliefs are anchored in nothing more than blind faith and fairy tales. Today Chuck Swindoll reminds us that there are certain things that we as believers can know for sure and stake our lives on. John finished his letter with words of strong assurance about the things we can know and never doubt.
John made his readers aware of three that testify in full agreement regarding God's Son (I John 5:8). All of this deepens our understanding of what it means to be a child of God in His forever family. As we arrive at the last two verses in this section, we come to one of the clearest statements of the gospel found in all the Word of God - worthy of memorization!
God's people are identified throughout the Bible by various titles. Among them are Christians, disciples, sheep, salt, light, ambassadors, a royal priesthood, and aliens and strangers, just to name a few. Near the end of John's letter, he introduced two additional titles: believer and overcomer. Learn more today about your role and position in Christ.
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