Like 2 John, 3 John emphasizes that love must be rooted in truth. This epistle is addressed to John’s friend, Gaius, whom John thanks for all the help he has given believers in need. He also warns Gaius to watch out for Diotrephes: the man is a snake and can’t be trusted! Like 2 John, this short 13-verse letter ends abruptly, with John saying that he’ll stop by for a visit to continue his discussion.
Few people can boast more knowledge of the Bible than Dr. Bill Creasey, who has been teaching the Old and New Testaments, verse by verse, for decades, both as an English professor at UCLA and as an acclaimed educator with Logos Ministries. When Creasey's lecture is introduced with the words "Our lesson is about to begin, so get comfortable and open your Bibles", a listener knows that he or she is about to hear an accessible and illuminating discussion of Scripture. Creasey often uses personal anecdotes and translates Biblical language into the vernacular in order to relate Biblical themes to modern life. In this brief, live lecture on 3 John, Creasey colorfully renders each line of the third epistle to Gaius.
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