1 John 3:3 ESV
And everyone who thus hopes in him purifies himself as he is pure.
Daily Devotion: Becoming Pure
Thank God for simple soap that helps wash us clean when we are stinky, greasy or muddy! What is God's provision for purifying ourselves after we fall into the pit of sin?
Grace to You
As We See Him We Become Like Him
Let us open up our Bibles and search for Jesus and put to death our sin as we are being transformed into his image, from one degree of glory to the next.
Message: What Shall we Be? (1 John 3:2-3)
Beloved, we are God's children now, it does not yet appear what we shall be, but we know that when he appears we shall be like him, for we shall see him as he is. And every one who thus hopes in him purifies himself as he is pure. (1 John 3:2-3 RSV) The theme that holds o...
What does it mean that believers do not continue to sin (1 John 3:6; 5:18)?
What does it mean that believers do not continue to sin? What does 1 John 3:6 mean? What does 1 John 5:18 mean?
1 John 3:3b | Bible Exposition Commentary
The word He is emphatic Just as He Himself is pure. ... an employer or medical doctor and do a good job without being a ... 1 John 3:3.
3. The Authors Opponents and Their Teaching in 1 John
Trying to diagnose the theological position of the authors opponents in 1 John is a little like trying to reconstruct a telephone conversation by listening only to the party at one end. There are several important factors to consider before attempting an analysis of the views of ...
In Order That You May Know
What does biblical assurance look like? Can we spot the evidence of true faith and the Spirits sanctifying work in our lives? And how do we know what to look for? The apostle Johns first epistle...
Summer Soul Refresher: Whatever Is Pure
How to strive for purity in all areas of life: Part 4 of a 6-week series meant to renew your mind, refresh your soul and reinvigorate your walk with God.
10. Exegetical Commentary on 1 John 2:28-3:10
Structure As we mentioned in the introduction to the previous section, there is a problem with where this section begins: with 2:28, 2:29, or 3:1. Beginning the present section at 2:28 allows the three addresses to the readers as Children (2:12, 2:18, 2:28) to stand in parallel,...