Assurance of Salvation
1 John2:7-11. John gives us another way to examine our profession of faith to see if what we claim is true. Do we have genuine love for other believers?
1 John 1:5-10 shows us that true fellowship with God means fellowship with light. It means a new relationship with darkness. We can’t “say” we have fellowship with God while the walk of our lives shows that we continue to walk in darkness.
1 John 1:1-4. John had a purpose in mind when he wrote the letter of 1 John. He desired men and women to know if they were saved. The first assurance he offers to us is for us to examine whether or not we enjoy fellowship with the Lord.
1 John 5:13. Through out all ages of church history there have been and always will be truly converted as well as unconverted people within the fellowship of the church. How can a man know for sure that he is saved? The apostle John wrote to a church to answer that very question. This is the first message in our study of the book of 1 John.