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Bible (Reina Valera) NT 23-25: 1, 2, 3 Juan

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The Bible (Reina Valera) NT 23-25: 1, 2, 3 Juan is a powerful and enlightening compilation of the books of John in the New Testament. These letters, written by the apostle John, offer timeless wisdom and guidance for believers. The language is simple yet profound, making the messages accessible to readers of all backgrounds.

Throughout these three letters, John emphasizes the importance of love, obedience, and faith in Jesus Christ. He encourages believers to live lives that reflect the teachings of Jesus and to remain steadfast in their faith despite challenges and trials. John's words are both comforting and convicting, reminding readers of the importance of living a life of love and righteousness.

The Reina Valera translation of these letters is clear and easy to understand, making it a valuable resource for those seeking to deepen their understanding of the Bible. Whether you are a seasoned believer or a newcomer to the faith, the insights found in the NT 23-25: 1, 2, 3 Juan are sure to inspire and encourage you on your spiritual journey. Overall, this book is a must-read for anyone seeking to grow in their relationship with God and live a life that honors Him.

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Además de las 3 epístolas que llevan su nombre, Juan es también el autor del cuarto Evangelio y el libro de Apocalipsis. Esta primera carta de Juan se escribe a las congregaciones cristianas fundadas en la verdad y la fe, pero que están recibiendo serios desafíos de los falsos maestros. El error particular que se propaga es la filosofía de la religión llamada gnosticismo. Se basa en la premisa de que toda materia es totalmente malvada, el espíritu es totalmente bueno, y que el hombre progresará espiritualmente a medida que aumenta en este conocimiento. Esto conduce a más falsas enseñanzas acerca del Señor Jesucristo, afirmando que Él no podría haber nacido en la carne ya que toda carne es malvada. Las teorías gnósticas son que Jesucristo es o bien un fantasma que sólo parece tener un cuerpo humano, o que tiene una personalidad dual, a veces divina y a veces humana. La misión de Juan aquí es combatir estos errores.

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In addition to the three epistles bearing his name, John is also the author of the fourth Gospel and the book of Revelation. This letter of John is written to Christian congregations based on truth and faith, but receiving serious challenges from false teachers. The particular error that is propagated is the philosophy of religion called Gnosticism. It is based on the premise that all matter is totally evil, the spirit is totally good, and that man will progress spiritually as he increases in this knowledge. This leads to more false teachings about the Lord Jesus Christ, stating that He could not have been born in the flesh since all flesh is evil. Gnostic theories are that Jesus Christ is either a ghost that only seems to have a human body, or has a dual personality, sometimes divine and sometimes human. John's mission here is to combat these errors. - Summary by Claudia Barrett


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