1, 2, and 3 John, Jude New Testament — 2023 Lesson 48 November 27 – December 3, 2023


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This is a commentary on 1, 2, and 3 John and Jude the texts for Lesson 48 in the Come, Follow Me for Individuals and Families manual for 2023. These four short books are the text for the material in Come, Follow Me for November 27- December 3, 2023. These are the last four letters of the general epistles in the New Testament.

John’s three letters have some of the most hopeful and gentle messages of the New Testament. We can see first-hand why he was called John the Beloved. He teaches very clearly that we are here to become like our Father and like Jesus Christ and that love is the only route to that outcome.

Jude was a half-brother of Jesus and a full brother of James whose epistle we considered two weeks before. He wrote to combat the heresies of the day and he provides some food for thought on the divergences from the gospel that we see all around us in our times.

I will also say something about the “great and abominable church” and about gnosticism—what a treat eh? You’ve all been waiting for that day! There’s also a little appendix that will tell you something about Santa Fe, New Mexico that I’ll bet you didn’t know. (No extra charge!) pp.50


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