One John - Knowing and Being Known

One John - Knowing and Being Known

One John – Knowing and Being Known

Greg Beaumont: No doubt

We live in a world where doubt is the default state. We are told that nothing can be truly be known. John pushes us to see that Christian’s have no reason for doubt by describing true faith in three areas – its origin, its object and its outflows. Finally, he wraps up by describing the witnesses for Christian faith. In all this he shows us that Christians can know for sure that we will inherit eternal life through Jesus Christ.

Encountering God’s love

The Apostle John encountered the extraordinary love of God on that first Easter. From his writings, it is clear that he never got over just how amazing God’s love for us is. On Easter Sunday, let John remind us again of the extraordinary, life changing love of God.

Test the spirits

In tonight’s passage, John urges us to test all teaching we hear and he gives us a framework by which we can discern between truth and error.

Greg Beaumont: Motivations to fight sin

The fight against sin in the Christian life is incredibly difficult. In this passage, John points out three objective realities to help motivate his readers to fight hard against sin. But not only this, John uses these objective realities to show that for a Christian, a life of ongoing sin is simply incompatible and that they should not be deceived by anyone who tells them different!

Fleeting pleasures

Listen as John warns his readers about some of the things that can lead us off course as we travel through the Christian life.


Listen as our hearts (and some of the lies we might tell ourselves) are exposed by the God who is light.

This we proclaim

Tonight we begin our journey through the letter of 1 John. Listen as John reminds us of the content, the reliability and the effect of the message about which he is so passionate.