by admin | 14 Aug 2021
Human confidence can be flaky. We are sometimes less confident, and sometimes more confident, than we should be. This is one thing when it comes to cowardice or bravado in hypothetical situations that will probably never materialise and quite another when it comes to certainty about the claims of Christianity. John closes his first letter by appealing to his readers’ confidence in Christ.
Scripture References: 1 John 5:13-21
An exposition of 1 John by Anton Beetge and Stuart Chase.
|Centre Back (1 Corinthians 1:1–19)||Stuart Chase||29 Jun 2014||Listen|
|God’s Boomerangs (Psalm 64:1–10)||Stuart Chase||15 Feb 2015||Listen|
|A Mosaic of Mercy (Psalm 86:1–17)||Stuart Chase||19 Jul 2015||Listen|
|The Universal Ruler (Psalm 97:1–12)||Stuart Chase||4 Oct 2015||Listen|
|Christian, Did You Know? (Psalm 106:1–48)||Stuart Chase||6 Dec 2015||Listen|
|Competing with Horses (Jeremiah 11:18–12:6)||Stuart Chase||13 Mar 2016||Listen|
|A Walk to Remember (Psalm 126:1–6)||Stuart Chase||24 Apr 2016||Listen|
|Promises, Promises (Psalm 132:1–18)||Stuart Chase||5 Jun 2016||Listen|
|The Surprising Work of God (Acts 16:1–40)||Stuart Chase||12 Jun 2016||Listen|
|Partnership in the Gospel (Philippians 1:1–11)||Stuart Chase||19 Jun 2016||Listen|