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Living the Life

Stuart Briscoe

Have you ever known someone who said he was a Christian, but you had your doubts? Isn’t it reasonable if someone is an authentic Christian, you will see some evidence of faith in his life?

In 1 John, the apostle is concerned about how believers in the early church are living. Concerned they have become too casual and have watered down core aspects of faith—divine love, absolute truth, and confidence in the good news of the Gospel. John is rightly concerned because when enthusiasm wanes, the church is at risk of falling prey to false teachers, political correctness, and secular tolerance. Sound relevant to today’s culture?

In this series, Living the Life, Stuart Briscoe joins ranks with John to reveal what it looks like to be authentic children of God, if we can be confident in knowing truth, and whether we can live and love in a way that impacts the world.

Messages From This Series:

Love is a common theme of both Christian and secular thought and interest. Because of this, Christians need to be careful to understand the uniqueness of the love that characterizes the children of God—what it is, what it does, and what it says about who we are in Christ.

Scripture: 1 John 3:10-3:24

In its early days, the Christian church was very conscious of the struggle for the souls of men and women between “the Spirit of truth and the spirit of falsehood.” In our modern culture, we see dramatically changing attitudes toward truth. But we must recognize that there is such a thing as truth, and there is such a thing as error.

Scripture: 1 John 4:1-4:21

In this world there’s no shortage of grounds for doubts and fears, and Christians are not exempt. It is important as believers that we be people who know what we know, believe what we believe, and are confident in the things that we ought to be confident in.

Scripture: 1 John 4:7-5:21

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