Jonathan Falwell | Tiny Giants | Sunday - November 12th, 2017
Today we continue our study of the the shortest books of the Bible. We've looked at Philemon, 2 John and today we move to the shortest of all the books in the Bible3 John. This book was written by John in the late first century, probably around 90 A.D. from the city of Ephesus. John, as the last living apostle wrote this letter to help strengthen the local church and to provide guidance on how to act within the church. While 1900 years old, this book is timely as the same struggles and challenges continue to exist within the modern day church.
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